Daily Links - January 5, 2012

It’s not easy coming up with something witty to say each day to introduce a series of unrelated links. See?

Hollywood protectionism: A bill called ‘SOPA’ | Washington Examiner
“SOPA gives broad new powers to the government to control how people and information travel around the series of tubes that is the Internet … and the movie industry likes it.”

Obama to cut “tens of thousands of ground troops” from military | Hot Air
“The last time the US did this, we at least had the illusion of a ‘peace dividend’ and unrivaled supremacy as the world’s only superpower. Now we’re fighting a tough war in Afghanistan, and China’s expanding its military might, if not its belligerence yet”

Occupy Movement Comes to Elementary Schools | Big Government
“Woodbrook Elementary School in Charlottesville, Virginia, provides the latest example of a government school imposing left wing ideology, this time with the Marxist rhetoric of the Occupy movement.”

Obama’s Reelection Strategy: Bypass Congress | PJM
“Well, what we’re going to have to do is continue to make progress on the economy over the next several months. And where Congress is not willing to act, we’re going to go ahead and do it ourselves.”

Chevy Volt in the News | National Review Online
Tee hee.