Monthly Archives: April 2014

Obamacare’s A Success: What Does That Mean?

I wrote earlier this week about Paul Krugman’s claims that the health insurance market in New York is evidence that the Affordable Care Act is a “huge success.” Somewhere in that post I made the point that success is probably … Continue reading

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Censusgate 2014: The ACA, The Administration, and Enrollment Numbers

The New York Times made waves earlier today when it reported that the Census Bureau will be making extensive changes to the surveys it uses in order to gather information on health insurance status across America. The changes, which will … Continue reading

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Paul Krugman, the Affordable Care Act, and “Huge Successes”

Over the past few weeks, Paul Krugman has written frequently on the subject of the ACA, both in columns and on his blog. I haven’t had the time to read everything he has written (much less draft my own responses), … Continue reading

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A Libertarian Approach to Anti-Smoking Letter in the NYT

On Friday morning, the New York Times published a guest editorial by Peter B. Bach, a pulmonary physician who directs the Center for Health Policy and Outcomes at Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center in New York. The piece, which is … Continue reading

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What I’m Reading

The hiatus continues, but regular (as in more or less daily) posting will resume in early to mid-May. In the meantime, I’m going to try to make some sparing contributions. I thought I’d make a quick post on what I’ve … Continue reading

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A brief comment during my hiatus. I have made a strong effort over the past year not to comment on Paul Krugman’s blog posts here, since I feel that they are generally not particularly conducive to an informed and useful …

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