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    Bloggingheads After the population has digested that information, then we can move forward to transitioning health care expenses away from the employers. Something so simple as telling the truth can solve many problems. Another reader points out the problems with ending employer health care in th... Read article

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    drezner.foreignpolicy.com Globalization | Daniel W. Drezner

    So does this contradict basic political science? Yes and no. The outcome is still consistent with political science odels -- just not the ones that focus on interest groups. Any Americanist will tell you that interest group politics matters a lot. If public opinion is pretty unified around a ... Read article

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    spectator.org The American Spectator : The Spectacle Blog : Three generations compete for the presidency

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    hobnobblog.com Hobnob Blog: March 2009 Archives

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    opinionator.blogs.nytimes.com Is Steve Jobs Big Brother? - NYTimes.com

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    crookedtimber.org Going Dutch — Crooked Timber

    You should also have seen those bills for both the hospital and emergency room care for the jaundice versus the home health care we knew to insist on for the later babies. But there’s nobody who’s thought carefully about health care for more than 30m who doesn’t understand that particular piece o... Read article

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    claremontconservative.com The Claremont Conservative: May 11, 2010

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    themoneyillusion.com TheMoneyIllusion » If you are going to argue that people who make mistakes should be ostracized . . .

    Now I’m not going to argue that the chart Mankiw links to is exactly correct, but it looks like it’s in the right ballpark. And I could tell that Yglesias’ assertion about income taxes was wrong without even looking up the numbers . The top 10% in America pay way over 45% of income taxes, at le... Read article

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    neuronarrative.wordpress.com Identifiable vs. Statistical Victims | N E U R O N A R R A T I V E

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    tpmcafe.talkingpointsmemo.com December 25, 2005 - December 31, 2005 | TPMCafe

    Notwithstanding Rove's repeated successes at defining elections the way he wants them defined, usually on issues important to his base's turn-out (I think of the President citing the code word of the Dred Scott decision in one of his debates with Kerry so as to rile up the anti-choice crowd whil... Read article

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    eduwonk.com Eduwonk.com: August 15, 2004

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    politicaljunkie.blogspot.com Philippine Politics 2013: December 2007

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    theamericanscene.com The American Scene

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    bretswanson.com Bret Swanson – Maximum Entropy » Internet

    I agree with Dignan of Znet that this move was probably less about about China and more about policy and branding in the U.S. and Europe. UPDATE: Much more detail on the mechanics of the attack from Wired’s Threat Level blog. Monday, October 19th, 2009 As you’ve no doubt heard, Washington D.C. is... Read article

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    peacewithiran.com Obama | Peace with Iran

    The Carnegie Endowment For International Peace It dismisses the National Intelligence Estimate conclusion that Iran suspended its nuclear weapons program. The White House has not provided evidence to back up its claims. I suspect it never will. And when Israel’s Deputy Prime Minister Shaul Mofaz ... Read article

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