Thursday, April 29, 2010


  • Don Boudreaux publishes a letter from a small business owner to his employees explaining why their hours are being reduced. It's not because they are bad workers.
  • Japan is holding hearings, streamed online, in which bureaucrats are being forced to defend their spending. Make sure to check out the part about the 3-D movie theater.
  • The Chamber of Commerce doesn't regard Rep. Ron Paul as a particularly good friend of business. Basically because Paul is against big government.
  • ObamaCare: Georgetown professor Randy Barnett claims the insurance mandate is in trouble, the Columbus Dispatch says health care reform amounts to malpractice, and Peter Suderman explains why Rep. Henry Waxman decided to cancel his promised health care hearings.

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