Sunday, August 23, 2009

More weekend links

Hey, remember me?
  • Doug Bandow cites the story of a British war hero denied care by Britain's National Health Service in explaining why government-run health care isn't a good deal.
  • Two lawyers says that current health care reform proposals violate the Constitution. Then again, you could say the same about plenty of existing government programs.
  • A radical idea for expanding health care competition: allow the purchase of health insurance across states lines. Interesting that the same people who say a $1 trillion public option is needed to expand competition aren't putting this on the table, even though it would cost the government nothing.
  • Mark Perry points to data that suggests the middle class really is disappearing -- they're all becoming rich.

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