Monthly Archives: May 2014

Obamacare and Waterloo revisited

As I’ve written before, our method of financing health care creates serious, unnecessary obstacles to entrepreneurship and innovation. In the name of avoiding “Socialism” we have created enormous obstacles to Capitalism with serious consequences for those trapped in our dying

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Posted in Health Care

Could Tony Bourdain Rescue CNN?

There was good reason to be skeptical when Tony Bourdain made the decision to leave the comfy niche of the Travel Channel to do a new show for CNN titled Parts Unknown. Could punk travel survive in the stuffy atmosphere

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War and Conservatism

Stanford Professor Ian Morris got a lot of attention this week for an op-ed he published in the Washington Post provocatively titled, “In the long run, wars make us safer and richer.” The article is connected to the release of

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Posted in Libertarian, Political Theory

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