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Barbara Ehrenreich Is Full Of It

Barbara Ehrenreich Is Full Of ItShe isn’t the only journo to take a job at Wal-Mart, but Wired’s Charles Platt tells a different story on…

The Color Of Crime In London

The Color Of Crime In LondonI trace this to children needing daddies, and so, it seems, does Rod Liddle, who writes in the Times of…

Sandra Tsing Loh’s Atlantic Piece

Sandra Tsing Loh’s Atlantic PieceSandra is getting divorced, and writes about it. Read the whole thing, but here’s an excerpt with her final thoughts on…

Health Care’s Already Been “Reformed”

Health Care’s Already Been “Reformed”It’s called Medicaid and Medicare. They’re working exactly as Obamacare is predicted to work — which is that they’re crushing states…

I Went To Hungary Last Night

I Went To Hungary Last Night I know, I know — this is not a picture of Hungary. It’s actually the facade of Bass Hall…

What Flavor Is Your Justice?

What Flavor Is Your Justice?It comes in “male” or “female,” according to a piece by Constantino Diaz-Duranon on The Daily Beast: Alan Jepsen was playing…

Big Cost, Little Benefit | Amy Alkon on MND

Big Cost, Little BenefitNursing home psychologist Ira Rosofsky writes in the LA Times that billions of dollars are being spent on medications that offer only…

How To Die In Sweden

How To Die In SwedenWalter Williams writes in the WT of waiting lists just to get on waiting lists for medical care in Britain, a…

All The Fruits And Nuts Are At Their Keyboards

All The Fruits And Nuts Are At Their KeyboardsGot this e-mail from Scarlett Johansson’s “close friend Serge G.” Uh, make that “original Scarlett’s” “close friend…