A great article that offers reasonable alternatives to healthcare in the US…
If you’ve wondered why O’bama and company place such urgency on passing these monumental bills, you should read this great commentary from Mark Steyn… a few key extracts: The end-game is very obvious. If you expand the bureaucratic class and
An interesting little video here… Hat tip to Sam Greenwood
After Billy Clinton returned from North Korea, I mentioned to son Leonard that Clinton probably had an “undeclared” payoff. The entire mission was based on the notion of “plausible deniability” — Give Clinton a treasure chest to offer to the Koreans.
We are entering a civil war over the soul of our country. If O’bama succeeds in his nationalization policies, we enter an irreversible path toward mediocrity… A simple message for Washington: Just Vote No!
I would suggest reading this little blurb by the author of the book “Predictably Irrational”. This article is the quintessential example of what engineers understand, and what politicians do not: There are no “Silver Bullets” — Only challenging Trade-offs. Mayor Bloomberg
Great commentary from Victor Davis Hanson: An entire nation is obsessed with the silly Henry Louis Gates affair. A supposedly premier intellectual, who is a professor of African-American grievance, gets into a spat with a cop, purportedly evokes his “mama”
We haven’t heard much from Arthur Laffer lately, but his comments on the issue with health care costs align very strongly with my views — it focuses on reducing the third-party payer system: The bottom line is that when the