Archive for March, 2016
Trump’s Health Reform Won’t “Make America Great Again”—or Do Anything
The Constitutional Economics of the “Divergent” Films
Ideology—a Lens with Blinders
The Myth of All-Payer Claims Databases
Apple Encryption and the Erosion of Privacy
Here’s an Argument for Not Nationalizing Health Care
Two-Thirds of Patients’ Hospital Debts Are Unpaid
Say No to Reparations: Remembering Slavery, Forgetting the Classical-Liberal Values that Abolished It
Obamacare Exchange Plans Lose One-Fourth of Enrollees in 2015
Apple Shrugs?
Can the State Enforce Virtuous Behavior?
Nonvoter Manifesto: Don’t Vote!
Are NYC Stabbings the Result of Gun Control?
Why the Worst Get on Top: Comparative Advantage
Obamacare’s Death Panel: Deferred, but Not Dismissed
How Not to Make America Great Again
What Is Consent? Edison’s Light Bulb
Traditional Medicare Is Disappearing Faster than Expected: Does It Matter?
So You Think Public Education Is Failing? It Helps to Understand Its Goals
Giancarlo Ibárgüen S. (1963 – 2016): A Champion of Liberty
Title IX Privacy Ban Thwarts Campus Sexual Assault Policies
Trumped on Health Care!
Why the Disadvantaged Bear the Cost of Police Militarization
The USA Is Going to the Dogs, as It Always Has in the Past
Ten Percent of Cancer Drug Spending Is Wasted
Why Bernie Sanders Is Morally Unfit to Be President
The Big Short’s Oscar Win and Capitalism in Film
Michelle Obama’s School Lunches Get an “F”
Evo Morales and the Populist Domino

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