Archive for June, 2014
Does the United States Over Diagnose Cancer?
Political Spam
Health Spending and First Quarter GDP: What Happened?
50 Years of Mischief: The Triumph and Trashing of the Civil Rights Act
“Risky Business” in Climate Change Policy
The Independent Review—Summer 2014 Issue Now Available
Who’s Behind IRS Targeting? Don’t Ask NPR
Shining Light on Big Brother
Broken Mirror on the Wall: On the Commonwealth Fund’s Increasingly Frustrating Comparison of International Health Systems
The Economics of Offensive Trademarks
Only 53 Percent of Previously Uninsured Obamacare Enrollees Have a Favorable Opinion of Obamacare
Immigration and Mindless Partisanship
The Veterans’ Administration Has Been a Disaster Since Its Inception
New Insights into Iraq
SCOTUS Affirms That Abstract Ideas Are Not Patent-Eligible
Is “Redskins” Offensive?
Patent Troll Hit with Legal Fees
Enemies of Enemies
Piketty and Emerging Markets
World Cup Soccer’s Real Top Rivals: Nationalism versus Globalism
The Problem with Open Enrollment
Virginia DMV and Taxi Unions versus Consumers
Soaring Pension Costs Devour School Budgets in California
Non-Hospital Healthcare Jobs Are Growing Fast
Taxpayers Are Shocked to Discover That When They Vote for Government Services, They Have to Pay for Them
Remembering Tiananmen Square, 25 Years Later
Is the NDAA Notification Requirement Unconstitutional?
Would Outlawing Food Stamps for Soda Pop Reduce Obesity?
No Joke, Paul Krugman Praised Veterans Health System as National Model
What If More States Had Set Up Their Own Obamacare Exchanges?
In Defense of Edward Snowden Against John Kerry’s Slanderous Attacks
Obamacare Motivates Insurers to Shun the Sickest Patients

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