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  • Feb 18, 2011

    Prepare for Health Care Ping Pong

    The Atlantic: Health Affairs has a new article suggesting that low-income workers are going to be moving back and forth between Medicaid and the exchanges at a disturbingly rapid pace (H/T John Goodman):

  • Feb 17, 2011

    Green Energy Poses a Major Threat to US National Security - H. Sterling Burnett, a Senior Fellow with the National Center for Policy Analysis, wrote a piece earlier this week that shows the entire folly of the green movement.

  • Feb 17, 2011

    Valentine's Week Edition Of The Health Wonk Review

    Colorado Long Term Care Insider: Welcome to the Health Wonk Review!  This week's edition has tons of great articles from some of the best wonks in the healthcare blogosphere. 

  • Feb 16, 2011


    The American Spectator: John Goodman: "It's as though the White House has concluded that seniors matter and poor people don't - at least in politics."

  • Feb 15, 2011

    Exports Create Better Jobs, But Not Necessarily More Jobs Export growth is a good thing. However, the impact of exports on jobs and GDP must be considered in conjunction with the accompanying increase in imports.

  • Feb 09, 2011

    Fiscal commission co-chairs remain hopeful for deficit cut

    Dallas Morning News: The leaders of a White House fiscal commission said Wednesday they remain hopeful that Congress will take action to reduce the federal government's yawning deficits and rising debt.

  • Feb 08, 2011

    Where Doctors Locate

    The Health Care Blog - As the map below shows, there is a lot of variation in the number of people per doctors across Texas counties.

  • Feb 07, 2011

    Business in The Beltway: Silver Linings In Employment Data

    Forbes: In an earlier post, I claimed that the 3.2 percent growth in Real GDP understated the strength in the economy because inventory depletion (probably a sign of strength) took such a big chunk out of the number. Real Final Sales (Real GDP minus the inventory change) increased a whopping 7.1 percent. This strong number got little attention in the press.