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Problems, Solutions and a recipe for a Friday afternoon

There are a lot of problems with ObamaCare.  The roll-out was a disaster.  You can’t keep your doctor after all. And now that the employer mandate is adding thousands of workers small business owners are braced for soaring costs. Perhaps it’s time to look at direct care as another option for quality, affordable, care insteadContinue Reading

A crash course in speaking progressive

James Bovard on Gruber

James Bovard gets a “10” for this column on Jonathan Gruber’s arrogance and deceit. He’s right that progressives have to rely on such tactics to get the stupid average people to go along with what the intellectual elite absolutely knows is best for them.

JLF promotes Swanson to president and CEO as 25th anniversary approaches

As the John Locke Foundation prepares to celebrate its 25th anniversary with new programs and initiatives, the free-market think tank is also announcing the promotion of Executive Vice President Kory Swanson to the post of president and CEO. Longtime president John Hood is taking a new job as president of the John William Pope Foundation,Continue Reading

You might be a progressive if…

If you can’t see the absurdity of drawing an analogy between the civil rights movement and the hysteria about climate change. In the letter below, Don Boudreaux attempts to explain it to a Washington Post columnist: Editor, Washington Post 1150 15th St., NW Washington, DC 20071 Dear Editor: David Ignatius proposes that climate change be treatedContinue Reading

Sean Hannity: “The President is literally stomping on the Constitution.”

Wow, I hope someone got pictures.

UNC and Harvard sued for racial/ethnic discrimination

The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and Harvard University are being sued for discriminating against Asians in their admission policies. According to this article at The lawsuits were filed Monday by a group of interested parties, including two unnamed college students who were rejected from Harvard and UNC. According to Inside Higher Ed,Continue Reading

No Medicaid expansion. For now.

Although Medicaid expansion was expected to come up today at the Joint Legisaltive Oversight Committee, it was delayed, postponed til the Dec 9 meeting, according to news reports. The legislature will have to wait until December to find out if state health officials will recommend, or not, to expand to the state’s Medicaid program. TheContinue Reading