Boy, Did I Miss The Call

Health reform is going to pass the Senate after all, as Harry Reid bought off Ben Nelson by guaranteeing that the Feds will pay for Nebraska’s new Medicaid enrollees for ever and ever amen.  Of course, when the time comes, all the other states will rightly demand the same treatment, and this mockery of a [...]

Alright, Let’s Crank This Thing Up Again

So, I’ve been offline for a few days dealing with issues. Why hide it? You guys have issues, I have issues. We’re all people. Still, it’s time for a post. While I’ve been away, a remarkable change of momentum has occurred.  Health care reform, which seemed virtually certain to pass the Senate a week or [...]

In A Melancholy Frame Of Mind These Days…

…so my little weekend fun clip is a little more on the serious side.  This is a nice performance of the hauntingly beautiful “I and Love and You”, by the Avett Brothers…

Surely The Biggest Complaint Americans Have About Their Healthcare…

…is that costs are out of control.  Availability is generally not a problem (at least for the insured – a big caveat, I grant), nor is quality.  It’s the costs, stupid! So lowering the cost of health care service would surely be the #1 job of any reform.  But the chief actuary at the Centers [...]

I Had No Time To Absorb The Compromise…

…forged in the Senate that apparently dropped the public option.  Maybe you did…thoughts, anyone?  If not, more when I can follow up…

The Absurdity Of Copenhagen

Once in a while, someone stumbles upon the right analogy to highlight a clear absurdity.  So it is with the latest George Will piece on climate change: Barack Obama, understanding the histrionics required in climate change debates, promises that U.S. emissions in 2050 will be 83 percent below 2005 levels. If so, 2050 emissions will [...]

ClimateGate: Jones Steps Down…

…at least temporarily: The British scientist at the heart of a scandal over climate-change research temporarily stepped down Tuesday as director of a prominent research group amid an internal probe that follows the release of hacked emails involving him and other scientists. The University of East Anglia in the U.K. said Phil Jones, head of [...]

A Little ClimateGate Followup

Thought this little snippet from the Economist was interesting: There is nothing in the e-mails so far to suggest that the authors do not believe in man-made global warming and are making the whole thing up, as some have been claiming. A more serious concern is that they believe in global warming too much, and [...]

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