Friday, March 30th, 2012
- Police respond to man’s medical alert bracelet accidentally going off, and end up killing him.
- ” . . . the total amount of uncompensated care provided in America currently adds up to only $40.7 billion annually or about 3 percent of our total health care spending.”
- New doubts about yet another shaken baby conviction.
- In 1951, the CIA spiked the bread in a small French town with LSD.
- You learned something today: Larry Hagman once drunkenly swung an ax at a group of nuns.
- Duke Sucks, the book.
- Over at the Economist, Bruce Schneier debates former TSA director Kip Hawley.
- The surprising thing is how little FLA found in its investigation of Foxconn. Workers sometimes worked more hours than are allowed under Chinese law, but wished they could work more. Interns don’t get health insurance. Migrant workers can’t get social security. This hardly seems like the vision of a sweatshop critics describe.