“The society that puts equality before freedom will end up with neither. The society that puts freedom before equality will end up with a great measure of both.” — Milton Friedman

Free Market Health Care Costs Are Lower

Image from Carpe Diem Lasik is free market health care. You pay, not insurance. And unlike all other forms of health care, the cost has...

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Dick Morris Predicts Republican Sweep

Dick Morris predicts Republicans will take both houses of Congress next year: In the Senate, the Republicans are likely to hold all their vacant seats...

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Marilyn von Mookleheep

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Defeat For Gay Marriage in New York

When you are a New York State Senator (Thomas Duane) and one of your colleagues (Sen. Ruth Hassel-Thompson) supports your bill you have to show...

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She Knew I Was Coming–So She Baked A Cake

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More on Obama’s Speech

Der Spiegel is more blunt than any domestic publication: Never before has a speech by President Barack Obama felt as false as his Tuesday address...

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Republicans Getting in the Game: Finally

Republican Congressman John Carter of Texas and Republican Congressman Lynn Westmoreland of Georgia yesterday introduced the “Geithner Penalty Waiver Act.” Congressman Carter is a former...

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Obama’s Speech

Redstate has an SOS on Obama’s speech. Paul Mirengoff at Powerline has a good analysis. Charles Krauthammer and Stephen Hayes on Obama Speech, at Gateway...

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A Believer is Stunned

This is a stunning response from Clive Crook in The Atlantic regarding the corruption of science by the “scientists” at the East Anglia Climate Research...

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The Open Mind?

A blog I visit frequently, Shrinkwrapped, is a favorite for the insightful comments on the nuttery of some people by the psycho-analyst who owns it....

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Random Thoughts of Thomas Sowell

Thomas Sowell’s random thoughts on the passing scene are the sort of gems most of us have to dig deep for. Here are just two...

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McDonald v. Chicago Oral Argument

This is a good sign. The oral argument in McDonald v. Chicago will be on my birthday, March 2, 2010. It’s going to go well...

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