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Cut What?
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Cut What?

Looks like members of Congress are squabbling over Medicare cuts, and while those might normally might be worth wholeheartedly supporting (anything that gets the government out of the doctor business is usually a good idea), in this case, it's just a sideshow.  The argument is over whether to include Medicare cuts in the SCHIP children's health-care bill.  Versions have passed in both the House and the Senate, and the bill is currently in conference.  Both versions contain massive expansions of government health-care -- the House would add a total $75 billion in additional spending; the Senate would add about $35 billion.

09/09/2007
American Cancer Society vs. Cancer Patients
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American Cancer Society vs. Cancer Patients

In today's New York Post, Cato's Michael Tanner takes on the American Cancer Society's recent announcement that it will spend its entire ad budget for a year plugging government health care:

09/09/2007
Legislating Health?
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Legislating Health?

Look, there's no arguing that plenty of people in the U.S. and elsewhere could and probably should eat better, but there's no reason we need the government limiting business licenses for fast food companies. Unfortunately, that's what city officials in L.A. are considering:

09/09/2007
Economic Man
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Economic Man

This New York Times story about how familiar economic principles show up in the open ended virtual world of Second Life seems slightly critical. But it's still pretty interesting to see how, any time there's a relatively free human society in which there's the possibility of doing work and producing goods or services, economic basics like property rights and supply and demand almost always tend to come into play.

09/09/2007
Congressional Democrats Would Benefit From an Entry-Level Economics Course
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Congressional Democrats Would Benefit From an Entry-Level Economics Course

Remember waaaay back in high school economics, when you learned what a market economy is?

09/08/2007
North Carolina FreedomWorks Meets with Sen. Burr
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North Carolina FreedomWorks Meets with Sen. Burr

FreedomWorks activist leader Wayne King , from Cleveland County FreedomWorks, meets with Sen. Richard Burr last Thursday. 

09/06/2007
French Firsts
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French Firsts

David Ignatius has a good column on the new French president, Nicholas Sarkozy, in the Post today. He's no free-market hero, but he certainly seems interested in pushing France in a far better economic direction than they'd been going. This bit from Ignatius' column certainly highlights one of the big shifts:

09/05/2007
Who Gets to Emit?
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Who Gets to Emit?

George Shulz's Washington Post column on achieving a "climate consensus" -- ie: forcing those darn, pesky economists and politicians to ignore rational qualms about global warming policy -- seems rather tired.  He, of course, touts the virtues of cap and trade, but then warns that we shouldn't expect developing countries like China and India to play along:

09/05/2007
Fred Thompson Announces Candidacy, finally
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Fred Thompson Announces Candidacy, finally

Well, after months of speculation and 'testing the waters', former Senator Fred Thompson formally announced his intention to run for President of the United States in 2008. Thompson made the announcement last night on the Tonight Show with Jay Leno, conveniently while the rest of the candidates were participating in a Fox news debate. Here's a clip of his announcement: ">

09/05/2007
The New York Times vs. Private Charity
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The New York Times vs. Private Charity

There's a piece by Stephanie Strom in the New York Times this morning that deals with whether or not to tax charitable donations.  This seems like a bit of a no-brainer to me -- if individuals (or their proxies) want to give their money to good causes, they shouldn't be penalized in the process, and, at least within the absurdly complicated tax system we currently have, tax incentives can be a useful way to encourage people to give back to their communities and the world.

09/05/2007

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