Obama supporters cite the 30 million who stand eventually to gain health insurance coverage as the most compelling reason for not abandoning ObamaCare in its time of troubles. Despite a string of disappointments and broken promises, ObamaCare critics do not push back against this claim. After all, the 30 million [...]
Fabulous article by Cathy Reisenwitz (HT: Arnold Kling), where she explains that corporations seek profit and one way to do that is to influence legislation. What’s interesting to me is how hard it is for some people to absorb this
Pre-Snowden, the USG faced few constraints in its collection and analysis other than what the law imposed and what its large budget permitted. Within these constraints, the USG could focus almost solely on the national security benefit side of communicati
As the year comes to an end, it seems every corner of the Internet has its own list of the Biggest, Most Important Developments of 2013. But many of them are by now unsurprising. Here’s our question: What about the big changes we’re missing—those potentially revolutionary shifts that took root outside the media and the public’s...