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  • Tankosphere Today: Aug 7, 2008

    Should government require people to purchase health insurance? My answer is no. Here are three reasons…

    I was against the idea of tax rebates from the time they were discussed as a way to stimulate the economy. If you don’t believe me, feel free to read this. As I wrote, “if we really want to stimulate the economy…

    Barack Obama claims that by inflating our tires, Americans will be able to conserve as much oil as might be produced by offshore drilling. Not likely. How much gas can you save by inflating your tires? Our would be mechanic in chief explains…

    An ex parte letter submitted to the FCC in the Comcast Kerfuffle – subject of strong criticism by TLF-friend and friendly sparring partner Harold Feld – got me thinking on another level about the FCC’s recent action against Comcast…

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