The Manhattan Institute’s Heather Mac Donald identifies some inconsistencies among some of today’s feminists.

New York Post columnist Kyle Smith writes wisely and entertainingly on politically correct vs. politically incorrect doomsaying. (Both varieties are specious.)

Speaking of predicting the future, in Salem, MA, it’s illegal to work as a practicing psychic without a government-issued license.  (HT Roger Meiners)

Doug Bandow points out that the laws of economics apply to medical care.

Bryan Caplan poses some penetrating questions to supporters of a legislated minimum-wage.

And speaking of posing penetrating questions, Mark Perry has two of his own.

Finally, Frank Stephenson corrects an historical myth whose persistence can be explained only by a willful ignorance of politically inconvenient facts.


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