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Huge Health Jobs Hike, Especially in Hospitals

The latest tepid jobs report was dominated by health services, which added 37,000 jobs in January...

Is Health Inflation Really Quite Tame?

Many observers believe medical price inflation is tame...

Inside Finland: Why the Best are Still Pretty Bad

Similarities and differences between the world's school systems are important. We can learn from them...

The Super Bowl of Jock Taxes

According to Forbes, Carolina Panthers quarterback Cam Newton's tax bill will be more than double that of Peyton Manning's New Jersey Super Bowl tax two years ago, thanks to California's 13.3 percent millionaire's tax...

The Federal Reserve and Sound Money

A gold standard would take away the ability of the U.S. Federal Reserve to manipulate the market...

Affordable Health Plans Have Gone Extinct; Obamacare Killed them Off

The Affordable Care Act was designed to force most Americans to buy something unaffordable so a few high-cost individuals can get coverage for less than they otherwise would...

Cruz's Victory Against Ethanol Cartel

Ted Cruz won a major battle against the ethanol cartel in Iowa on Monday night...

U.S. Inequality, Fiscal Progressivity and Work Disincentives

While many debate the degree of income inequality in the United States, there is far less inequality in spending power due to the benefit transfers, such as Medicaid and food stamps, in the U.S. fiscal system...

Ted Cruz and Health Reform

Ted Cruz' actions on health reform have been superior to many of his colleagues...

Health Construction Collapses in December

Construction of new health facilities collapsed in December, shrinking 3.2 percent since November, while other construction eked out growth of 0.2 percent...


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