Saturday, April 23, 2011

Recommended reading

  • Tyler Cowen finds yet another reason to call for the Department of Education's abolishment.
  • Peter Suderman responds to Paul Krugman's contention that patients shouldn't be referred to as health care consumers.
  • Charles Lane casts doubt -- to put it mildly -- on China's high-speed rail system. Key excerpt: "The Beijing-Tianjin line, built at a cost of $46 million per mile, is losing more than $100 million per year."
  • Warren Meyer explains why anger at speculators for rising oil prices is misplaced. 

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