Some Links

by Don Boudreaux on April 5, 2010

in Balance of Payments, Health, Law, Politics, Trade

Glenn Reynolds reflects on the ‘knowledge problem’ and concludes that even a much smarter Henry Waxman would be dangerous.

Mary Anastasia O’Grady isn’t very optimistic about Brazil’s future.

Bart Hinkle wonders why the mainstream media treat Tea Party protestors differently than they treated anti-war and anti-globalization protestors. (Corrected – thanks Sam Grove)

Cato’s Bob Levy discusses, in this podcast (with GMU student Caleb Brown), the constitutionality of Obamacare.

Dan Ikenson is the anti-Lou-Dobbs on matters involving trade with China.

Finally, Fidel Castro is a fan of Obamacare.


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