Archive for July, 2012
Counsel of Despair?
How Much Does Health Insurance Affect Health? Some Surprising Answers
Private Association Fines Government, and Government Will Pay!
Progressive Betrayals of Civil Liberties
The Drowning Lifeguard?
Cowboy Revisionist History
The Problem of Unintended Consequences: How Good Intentions Often Lead to Perverse Effects
Ten Fallacious Conclusions in the Dominant Ideology’s Political Economy
Student Loan Forgiveness: Bread and Circuses for the 21st Century
President Obama’s STEM Master Teacher Corps: Another Unconstitutional, Expensive Federal Foray into Education
How Much Do You Trust the Government? Politics, Patients, and Perverse Incentives
Two Approaches to Regulation
The Aurora Shootings
Alexander Cockburn, RIP
What’s Really Behind Student Fade-Out: Summer or Schools?
Obama’s Business Comment . . .
Adults Who Say the Kids Are Alright Get It Wrong
Obama Harkens Back to Clintonism
Obama’s “Emergency” Control Over Private Telcommunications: The Terrorists Win
The Obamacare Ruling’s Threat to Charity
Dodd-Frank and Regime Uncertainty
A Desperate Argument for the Draft
What Crusaders for Liberty Are Up Against: Part II
Chinese Scholars Discover Human Capital, Disavow One-Child Policy
Andy Griffith and the Fourth Amendment, RIP
What Crusaders for Liberty Are Up Against
Adios, Amigos
Roberts Was Influenced by the “Greenhouse Effect”
Form Trumps Function on Taxpayers’ Blank Check

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