Links for Monday, March 29, 2010: Reason.tv >> Certificates of Need Stifle Health Care Competition, Fish Pedicures Banned, others….

March 28, 2010
  1. reason.tv | New Hampshire Nannies

    It’s for your own good.

  2. reason.tv | Nick Gillespie Discusses Pet vs. Human Hospitals on Stossel

    Thirty-six state governments require a “certificate of need” before a new hospital may be built in a given area, thereby directly inhibiting the growth of the supply of medical services and increasing the cost of medical care. Where’s the outrage? Next week: Certificate of Need Pro/Con. Read the rest of this entry »


Links for March 22, 2010: The Battle for the Souls of the 300-year-old Departed, others….

March 21, 2010
  1. They're safe ... for now! (photo: Burke)

    Deseret News | Catholics told not to give LDS parish data

    From 2008. The Vatican validates Mormon baptism by proxy in the battle for the souls of the 300-year-old departed. Modern advancements in genealogical research are collateral damage.

  2. Mother Jones | Will Health Care Reform Kill the Tea Party? (Annotated)

    Another paean to government health care that makes no attempt to envision, let alone investigate, possible shortcomings.


Links for March 17, 2010: Judge Jim Gray On What’s Wrong With Drug Prohibition; Will Weaking the Dollar Help the Economy?; others….

March 18, 2010
  1. Reason.tv | Judge Jim Gray on The Six Groups That Benefit From Drug Prohibition

    The essential arguments against drug prohibition in under nine minutes.

  2. Mother Jones | China's Empty Threat

    "If they started dumping their U.S. assets, China would lose money on the deal and the dollar would fall in value, which would help correct our trade deficit. What's not to like?"

    At some point, you gotta smell a rat. Read the rest of this entry »