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Bringing Greater Competition to the Insurance Industry
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Bringing Greater Competition to the Insurance Industry

  Before the Department of the TreasuryWashington, DC 20220   November 21, 2007 Review by the Treasury Department of the Regulatory Structure Associated with Financial Institutions TREAS-DO-2007-0018  Before the Department of the TreasuryWashington, DC 20220   November 21, 2007 Review by the Treasury Department of the Regulatory Structure Associated with Financial Institutions TREAS-DO-2007-0018

11/26/2007
To Mandate, Or Not to Mandate
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To Mandate, Or Not to Mandate

All of this intraparty sniping between the Democrats on health care is pretty amusing. Here's the New York Times on the most recent skirmish:

11/25/2007
The Krugman Security Crisis
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The Krugman Security Crisis

At his blog, New York Times op-ed columnist Paul Krugman accuses journalists of playing "gotcha" games with past quotes rather than debating facts and figures-- the substance, he says -- of pertinent issues.  In typical big-paper fashion, he doesn't name his target, but it's obvious that he's responding to Ruth Marcus of the Washington Post, who recently wrote a Washington Post column showing how Krugman, who now claims that there isn't much of a Social Security crisis, used to think there was.  This is a pretty weak response, I think; Marcus got Krugman good, and his "meta-thought" post fails to account for the reasons why he changed his mind, as well as his failure to disclose that he'd once been a firm believer in the existence of an entitlement crisis.  

11/25/2007
Made in China: Free trade helps all
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Made in China: Free trade helps all

Did you grow your own sugar? Did you build your own laptop? Maybe, but odds are you didn't. You almost certainly traded money for sugar and your laptop. We buy things because we don't have the time, resources or know-how to make them ourselves. Heck, sometimes, we're just too lazy, (thank God for Domino's Pizza). A sensible person will always buy a product if it's cheaper than making it himself. This is why countries trade as well. A nation will buy goods from another if it is cheaper than making them at home. I like free trade. You should, too.

11/25/2007
The Center for American Progress's Misleading Ad Campaign
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The Center for American Progress's Misleading Ad Campaign

The Center for American Progress, a liberal think tank funded to the hilt by George Soros, has released a series of ads arguing for "progressivism."  It's part of a recent effort by the Left to rebrand itself because of the negative connotations that have come to be associated with the word "liberal." Two of the ads are actually pretty good, though I'm not sure that either will do much for their cause. Listing out things that almost no one is opposed to -- civil rights, women's suffrage -- and calling them progressive isn't going to convince many people who look even a little bit further.

11/19/2007
Food and Oil
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Food and Oil

Time reports that high oil prices may be contributing to higher prices and shortages for the worldwide food market.  Yet right now, liberals are pushing energy policy that would have the effect of making prices higher.  A $16 billion tax on oil companies -- which will surely get passed down to consumers -- came up in Congress this year, and all the Democrats have energy plans that, as API's John Felmy pointed out a few days ago, seek to make a constricted energy market even tighter.

11/18/2007
Coburn Talks Fiscal Policy at FreedomWorks’ Liberty Summit
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Coburn Talks Fiscal Policy at FreedomWorks’ Liberty Summit

Freedomworks, a national grassroots organization dedicated to lower taxes, less government and more economic freedom for Americans, launched their two-day Liberty Summit Wednesday for more than 200 state volunteer leaders across the country.

11/16/2007
Coburn and DeMint Talk Fiscal Policy
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Coburn and DeMint Talk Fiscal Policy

BY Ericka Andersen

Freedomworks, a national grassroots organization dedicated to lower taxes, less government and more economic freedom for Americans, launched their two-day Liberty Summit Wednesday for more than 200 state volunteer leaders across the country.

11/16/2007
How the U.S. Government Censors the Internet
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How the U.S. Government Censors the Internet

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Sens. Barbara Boxer and Jim DeMint are examples of the way political election campaigns now have a permanent footing. Both Senators have full-featured re-election sites that include petition drives and other community and advocacy efforts. In fact, it is getting more difficult to distinguish these sites from their official Senate sites.

11/15/2007
Why Free Trade Helps Workers
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Why Free Trade Helps Workers

Opponents of free trade often sound a lot like this, but in Cato's Dan Griswold explains why opening up trade helps American workers:

11/15/2007

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