Some links from tonight's show:
■ Socialist wins the first round for voting for president of France. Bah.
■ Socialism doesn't work in North Korea, where Kim Jong Un needs to leave the family business.
■ Online advertising rose 22% last year. That's a big increase. It fuels companies like Google. Google's chief says "very powerful forces" oppose the open Internet.
■ The New York Times cuts free access to 10 articles a month. I think it's a really dumb move, considering they charge more for online access than Netflix charges to stream thousands of movies and TV shows.
■ The Spanish king is in trouble for going on a safari while his country still struggles to get back to growth. I say, "Wait, Spain still has a king?"
Thanks for listening this week! Back next Sunday night!