Archive for August, 2012
TSA: Keeping America Safe...from Ron Paul?
The Pathology of U.S. Democracy
How Perverse Incentives Affect Healthcare Behavior
Country’s Largest Roman Catholic Education System Embraces “Entrepreneurial Partnerships” and Outsources School Management
If Economics Were Like Fashion
EPA Fuel Efficiency Standards: Goals Are Not Policies
Stimulating—Enough Already!
Returns to For-Profit Higher Education
Quality Competition Without Third-Party Payers
The Fading Promise of the Euro
Competition Based on Quality of Healthcare: Why Does Quality Rise in Free Markets and Decline with Government?
Lessons from Ruby Ridge
Goldwater Was Right about the Dangers of “Big, Inflationary Government”
I Don’t Care What Rep. Akin Thinks about Rape
What’s a Geezer to Do?
Can Entrepreneurship Be Copied? Some Behaviors Can Be Replicated, but Results Are Unique.
College Officials’ Excuses Costing Students and Taxpayers
Absentee Ballots Create a Market for Votes
Healthcare Entrepreneurs: Unleash the Innovative Caregivers
Mrs. Obama Guilt-Trips Olympic Wunderkind—Over 300-Calorie “Sin”?
Hapless Jetskier Criminally Charged for $100 mm Airport Security System’s Total Failure
Homo Homini Lupus Est
How Third-Party Payers Crush Entrepreneurs
Washington Post on Fed Ed Failure: Right Headline, Wrong Reasoning
White House Yanks Anti-TSA Petition from Website
Andy Garcia in New Documentary on Cuban Political Prisoners
Outsourcing Public Schooling
Singapore Changes Its Tune: “Stop at Two” Now Raps “Make a Baby Tonight”
Private-Sector Socialism: What the Right and Left Don’t Understand about Healthcare in Other Countries
TSA and Barn Doors
Terrorism by Any Reasonable Definition
The Market for Healthcare Risk: How the Current System Biases Against Patients with Pre-existing Conditions
Georgia On My Mind
Remembering Gore Vidal
Health Insurance vs. Healthcare: When Socializing Risk Pays Off

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