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Who Pays for Health Care?
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Who Pays for Health Care?

It strikes me as sort of amazing how increasingly brazen universal health-care advocates are in what they really want.  Here, for example, is Dean Baker at The American Prospect:

02/05/2008
The Wealth of Nations
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The Wealth of Nations

I think George Will hits pretty much exactly the right note today in his column on sovereign wealth funds.

02/04/2008
The Setup
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The Setup

The Wall Street Journal points out how the stimulus package recently negotiated between Bush and Democratic leadership in the House will quickly be used against Bush's tax cuts:

02/04/2008
FreedomWorks Opposes FTC Interference with Microsoft-Yahoo Merger
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FreedomWorks Opposes FTC Interference with Microsoft-Yahoo Merger

Microsoft’s recently announced plan to acquire internet search giant Yahoo could result in an enormous windfall for Internet users—that is, if the Federal Trade Commission doesn’t get in the way. The proposed $44 billion, announced last Friday, has already attracted attention from its online search competitors. In a recent posting to market-leader Google’s blog, David Drummond, Google’s Chief Legal Officer, questioned whether Microsoft was attempting to “exert… inappropriate and illegal interference over the Internet,” and urged regulators to review the deal.

02/04/2008
Trillions and Trillions Spent
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Trillions and Trillions Spent

Over the American Spectator, Jim Antle is none too happy with the new budget:

02/03/2008
Google vs. YahooSoft
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Google vs. YahooSoft

Well, I suppose it was inevitable.

02/03/2008
FreedomWorks Members Attend Annexation Committee Meeting
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FreedomWorks Members Attend Annexation Committee Meeting

On Wednesday, January 30, the North Carolina State House “Select Committee on Municipal Annexation” held its first meeting.  As always, FreedomWorks activists were on the ground saying NO to Forced Annexation! Committee members: Chairman:  Rep. Goforth Chairman:  Rep. Luebke Members:  Rep. Brown, Rep. Dollar, Rep. Jones, Rep. Pate, Rep. Starnes,  Rep. Steen, Rep. Tucker, Rep. Walend

02/01/2008
New law cuts off 14 citizen initiatives
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New law cuts off 14 citizen initiatives

BY Edward Walsh

The sponsors of 14 citizen initiatives have been ordered to stop gathering signatures to qualify for the November ballot until they comply with a new state record-keeping law. Five of the 14 initiatives are sponsored by veteran conservative activist Bill Sizemore. He has until Feb. 11 to submit records on a sixth initiative or stop gathering signatures for it, too. Sizemore said he will file a lawsuit early next week challenging the constitutionality of the new law, which was enacted by the Legislature last year and went into effect July 31.

02/01/2008
Are Economists Evil?
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Are Economists Evil?

Paul Bloom thinks maybe so: Economists are asking the wrong question, Mr. Bloom said at the panel. They assume that “everything is subject to market pricing unless proven otherwise.” “The problem is not that economists are unreasonable people, it’s that they’re evil people,” he said. Hat tip, Greg Mankiw.

01/31/2008
Your Tax Dollars At Work
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Your Tax Dollars At Work

Always good to know that, in Congress, the secret to making any plan better is to spend even more taxpayer money on it. What's a few billion dollars (before interest) between Congressmen?

01/30/2008

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