Written by Bruce Deitrick Price
Perhaps the most repeated cliché in American education is this: “They mean well. They just can’t get their act together.”
Teachers, parents, politicians, and editorial writers repeat this cliché when they want to forgive the Education Establishment for creating so many ...
Written by John C. Goodman
Uwe Reinhardt, writing at The New York Times economics blog the other day, made two points: (1) we’re not as kind as other countries are and (2) even if we were just as kind we couldn’t do as much for the needy because health care prices in this country are so much higher.
Written by Arnold Ahlert
As of today, ObamaCare is the law of the land. Or more accurately, those parts of ObamaCare that weren’t unilaterally changed or delayed to serve the interests of the Obama administration and the Democratic Party heading in the 2014 election. Despite those efforts, it would appear that 2014 will ...
Written by TMLC
On Monday, December 23, 2013, the Thomas More Law Center (TMLC), a national public interest law firm based in Ann Arbor, Michigan, filed a motion for a Temporary Restraining Order (TRO) in its newest case challenging the HHS Mandate. The case has been assigned to Federal District Judge Stephen J. ...
Written by David Howden
With all the discussion over the need for healthcare in the U.S., one question is never asked: is a person’s health insurable?
The Austrian economist Ludwig von Mises helped clarify what types of events are open to insurance when he defined two types of probability. Case probabilitiesare those ...
Written by TMLC
ANN ARBOR, MI – Legatus, the Nation's largest organization of top Catholic business CEOs and professional leaders, obtained a Preliminary Injunction against the Federal Government in its case challenging the HHS Mandate. Federal District Judge Robert H. Cleland of the Eastern District of Michigan ...
Written by Alyene Senger
Since the passage of Obamacare in 2010, many of the President’s famous promises have been routinely broken. As he so ironically threatened in 2009, “If you misrepresent what’s in this plan, we will call you out.” To that end, here are 10 promises of Obamacare that have already proved to be ...
Written by John Goodman
Would employers risk rate employees on their employer health insurance plans if they could? Why don’t they impose a mandate on employees? These questions are asked by Austin Frakt. (See here and here.) In asking them, he is inviting us to compare employer insurance pools with markets such as those ...
Written by Anthony Esolen
The Common Core exists only because we have forgotten that parents have a right to educate their children. The state has no educational authority of its own apart from what parents delegate to it.
A young man and woman arrive at the office of the town clerk to procure a marriage license. They're ...