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Truth on the Market In an effort to control drug spending, several states are considering initiatives that will impose new price controls on prescription drugs. Ballot measures under consideration in California and Ohio will require drug companies to sell drugs under various state programs at a mandated discount. And legislators in Massachusetts and Pennsylvania have drafted bills that would …

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The German people actually seem to want border protection against invasion by peoples from other cultures, who have no marketable skills in the German economy and who speak languages other than German. Germany Wakes Up to Politics Trump-Style as AfD Takes on Merkel. I am somewhat at a loss…

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Read what Zingales wrote five years ago on City Journal that was part of what was cut out of his book “A Capitalism for the People” because Donald Trump running seriously for president was never supposed to happen. Source: Dodging the Trump Bullet | City Journal. Zingales is no kinder in his recent op-ed recalling the lost …

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relinquishment In August of 2005, Hurricane Katrina nearly destroyed New Orleans. Over the past ten years, New Orleanians, with the support of the nation, rebuilt their school system. The system is predicated upon three principles: educators operate schools, families choose from these schools, and government holds the schools accountable for performance and equity. __ The …

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relinquishment The New York Times just ran a piece titled: “Can Labor Still Turn Out the Vote?” It raises some interesting questions about the future of the Democratic party. ___ Total union membership is 14.8 million. Private unions have 7.2 million members and public unions have 7.6 million members. These numbers are going down. Overall, …

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Originally posted on A Range of Reasonable Responses:
So New Zealand has banned zero-hours contracts. As Jeremy Corbyn says… https://twitter.com/jeremycorbyn/status/708240793543254016 Obviously I wouldn’t be writing about this if it was as straightforward as that. New Zealand hasn’t banned zero-hours contracts. At least, not exactly. But what they have done is interesting and worth taking a…

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