Link Roundup, 7/6/2016

The College Fix, “UC Berkeley ‘income inequality’ experts earn more than $300,000 a year.” Nice work if you can get it (on the backs of the downtrodden). Lazy Spain!...

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Vermont Gets a Lesson in States’ Rights

‎You might be surprised: This post is *not* about the failure of ObamaCare in Vermont (though that’s true and worth discussing). The New York Times article is, but this...

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Link Roundup, 5/13/2015

Haven’t done one of these for a while. Here are a few interesting things I saw today. Thomas Sowell gives us The Inconvenient Truth about Ghetto Communities’ Social Breakdown....

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Another “Explanation” That’s Worse Than The Problem

You’re going to be hearing a lot about 2014 being the hottest year on record. What you won’t hear from most sources is that the difference is about 0.01...

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German Family-Owned Businesses Under Inheritance Tax Threat

This strikes me as really sad: Family-owned businesses might be taxed as an inheritance instead of being left alone and allowed to operate continuously. How can the Germans who...

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No, The Latest Challenge to Obamacare Isn’t a Bug. It’s a Feature.

It’s funny watching Rachel Maddow. She just characterized the new challenge to Obamacare as being “based on a drafting error, almost a typo”. Nothing could be further from the...

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#1 Super PAC in 2014 backed Democrats

‎This Super PAC Was Behind 1 Out of Every 20 Senate Ads That’s the article from publicintegrity.org that shows how much money the Citizens United-hating Democrats got from a...

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Meet the New Emporer, Same as the Old Emporer

Octavian, who became the first Roman Emporer, Augustus, paid lip service to the Senate as he consolidated power and acquired the title “Dictator for Life”. (That title would have...

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