Sunday, August 16th, 2009
The crazy mayor of Kiev.
Thorough review of research shows nothing but positive results for America’s 10-year experiment with consumer-driven health plans. I had a positive (and eye-opening) experience with the HSA plan I had at Cato. Too bad the Democrats aren’t particularly interested in what works.
George Will says it’s time to legalize online poker.
British photographer arrested, apparently for taking pictures while being too tall.
The un-American activities Nancy Pelosi ought to be concerned about.
Rachel Ehrenfeld commits one of the more spectacular pundit fails in recent memory. My colleague Jacob Sullum explains how she has managed to be wrong on just about everything in her column.
USA Today looks at your options as a passenger if you’re on a plane that gets stranded on the tarmac. The unfortunate answer: You have none. So yeah, I guess I’d support the “passengers’ bill of rights,” or at least the provision that forces the airlines to let you off the plane after three hours.
Monroe, Alabama police chief says he regrets the arrest of the deaf, mentally retarded man at a Dollar General store I posted about a couple of weeks ago. But he makes no apology for his officers’ tasering and pepper spraying the man.