- The Chronicle: Who’s Afraid of Health Reform November 12, 2013
- More on Medicare vs. Private Insurance November 8, 2013
- New HA Study Finds Privately Insured Enjoy Higher Quality of Care than Medicare Beneficiaries November 7, 2013
- How Does the ACA Handle Premium Surcharges for Smokers? November 6, 2013
- A Little More on Misleading Health Care Statistics November 4, 2013
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- Nicholas Kristof’s Appeal to Emotion and the ACA | Hamsterdam Economics on Does the U.S. REALLY Spend Twice as Much for the Same Quality Health Care?
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My column in the Chronicle this week, about how the left’s fear of health insurance rescissions and the right’s fear of “death panels” both reflect concerns over endowing impersonal bureaucracies with extensive decision-making power. Enjoy! Tweet
Over at the Cyniconomics blog, blogger ffwiley has put together a useful primer on the opposition on the part of the American people to military intervention in Syria. It’s so useful, in fact, that I’m going to post a large …
I read this morning–in a Wall Street Journal editorial, no less–a brief passage that could not have captured my feelings on the idea of an American class struggle more fully. There is something going on here, a new distance between …
As I posted this past Monday evening, the list of employers who are cutting employee hours to navigate around the Affordable Care Act is growing. The White House, for its part, has responded to these developments by dismissing them as …
One has to wonder if, given President Obama’s advocacy of universal pre-K education, our pre-K drop out rates will also start to reach 40%. Tweet
In President Obama’s recent State of the Union address, a charge was made for universal pre-kindergarten education. The President supported this platform with one statistic in particular: every dollar we invest in high-quality early childhood education can save more than … Continue reading
John Lott, who has done extensive research on the effects of gun bans on violent crime, has a great op-ed in the Weekend Journal dealing with the folly of proposed legislation coming from President Obama and Dianne Feinstein. Lott covers …