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Tankosphere Today: Sept 18, 2008

Posted By Todd Thurman On September 18, 2008 @ 3:40 pm In Ongoing Priorities | Comments Disabled

Arguably the most influential graphic from the latest IPCC report is Figure SPM.2 from the IPCC WG 2’s Summary for Policy Makers (on the impacts, vulnerability and adaptation to climate change)…

Growthology.org research assistant Charles “Atlas” Johnson had an opportunity yesterday to sit down with Tom Bevan, the founder of Real Clear Politics. Here’s his report…

Massachusetts’ health care leaders continue to believe that they can solve problems by just ordering them to go away. The first step in this was the April 2006 Commonwealth Connector reform signed by Governor Romney…

Missouri nestles against eight states, so border wars of all sorts are common. Some are fun, such as this week’s Missouri-Illinois football game. But others we can’t afford to lose. That includes economic competition between Missouri, which has an income tax, and Tennessee, which does not…


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URLs in this post:

[1] How the IPCC Portrayed a Net Positive Impact of Climate Change as a Negative – Cato-at-Liberty: http://www.cato-at-liberty.org/2008/09/18/how-the-ipcc-portrayed-a-net-positive-impact-of-climate-change-as-a-negative/

[2] Tom Bevan (founder of RealClear) at CMC – Growthology: http://www.growthology.org/growthology/2008/09/tom-bevan-found.html

[3] Massachusetts’ Underwhelming Health “Reform” – Pacific Research Institute: http://liberty.pacificresearch.org/blog/sid.massachusetts-underwhelming-health-reform

[4] Tennessee vs. Missouri: Taxes May Tip the Odds – Show-Me Institute: http://showmeinstitute.org/publication/id.141/pub_detail.asp

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