Friday, August 28, 2009


The new Eternal City?
  • Michael Tanner doesn't put much stock in assurances by President Obama that those who like their health insurance plans will be able to keep them under current reform proposals.
  • Mark Perry says that the amount of money spent on lobbyists doubled from 2000-2008. Not terribly surprising given the expansion of government power during that time.
  • On a related note Joel Kotkin declares Washington to be the new Rome.
  • David Leonhardt of The New York Times says that real choice does not exist in the current health care reform bills.

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