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  • Tankosphere Today: Oct. 30, 2008

    The pro-abortion group Center for Reproductive Rights (CRR) and its partners requested and were granted a hearing today at the Inter-American Commission on Human Rights, Organization of American States according to their recent newsletter…

    Some people are hopelessly boring. They save money, live within their means, don’t buy too much house, pay their bills, and contribute to the community. Then there are wastrals, who spend and borrow wildly and expect others to clean up after them…

    Can Washington help the economy grow by bailing out General Motors and Chrysler? A sobering article by Steven Pearlstein suggests bankruptcy makes more sense. Keep in mind that Congress already approved $25 b in loans to retool factories in Detroit…

    A key issue in individual access to healthcare is who decides who shall get what, when and how. Which economic instruments and direct incentives can do most to deliver universal access, improved care and better outcomes?…

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