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Medical School Quotas Hurts Everyone

Commentary magazine published, Medical School Quotas and National Health:Discrimination that Hurts Us All, in 1953, a problem that persists 64 years later. America’s single most important welfare problem—most authorities have long agreed—is the endangering of the nation’s health by a … Continue reading

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How Much is the Dividend From Clean Government?

The dividend from clean government is at least $3000 per person per year. While the European Union, China, Japan, India, Brazil, and the United States believe that printing money and incurring debt are the secret to prosperity, Switzerland has done … Continue reading

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How to Cope With Cops

Increasing numbers of people are being stopped while driving and being arrested so Dale Carson, a criminal defense lawyer who was a cop in Miami for 8 years, wrote Arrest-Proof Yourself to help people cope with the police state. The … Continue reading

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A Private Letter From a Doctor to a Pharmacist

Is a prescription a private letter that a doctor writes to a pharmacist about a third party, the patient, similar to a private letter that a man writes to his cousin where he discusses his father? The legislature of the … Continue reading

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Did Steve Jobs Reincarnate to Make America Great Again?

According to the New York Times, the first thing Donald Trump did after becoming President was to gather legislators to inform them that millions of illegal immigrants voted against him in the election. Fellow narcissist Steve Jobs said this kind … Continue reading

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Why is Regulating What People Say Wrong?

One of my favorite musicians, Loudon Wainwright, sings about our future under President Trump. Wainwright worries that Trump is fond of locking up demonstrators even though Trump agreed under oath when assuming the Presidency to preserve, protect, and defend the … Continue reading

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Does the 49ers Quarterback Know More Than Clinton and Trump Supporters?

Reason magazine discussed an athlete’s view of the election. San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick, who gained prominence in the pre-season after refusing to stand for the national anthem as part of a protest against police abuse and conditions for … Continue reading

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Why Are Governments Regulating Bathrooms?

I thought Donald Trump was the silliest man in politics but I was wrong as Roy Cordato explains in We Need Separation of Bathroom and State: In late February the Charlotte, North Carolina, city council passed an “antidiscrimination” law, scheduled … Continue reading

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Why Are Drugs Regulated Differently Than Aircraft?

David Henderson of the Econlog blog wrote about FDA restrictions on drugs and suggested that all drugs be legalized subject to the restriction that any drug that is not certified as safe and effective by the Food and Drug Administration … Continue reading

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Controversy at Princeton Over Woodrow Wilson

Princeton University is considering renaming some of their buildings named after Woodrow Wilson because he was a racist even by the standards of 100 years ago. Like all Presidents, Woodrow Wilson was evil, but he was one of the worst … Continue reading

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