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Tankosphere Today: Nov. 10, 2008

Posted By Todd Thurman On November 10, 2008 @ 4:16 pm In Ongoing Priorities | Comments Disabled

There’s much to discuss as Obama shapes his administration (more on this at OpenMarket.org) but arguably one of the most important unanswered questions is who Obama will pick to staff the Federal Communications Commission…

Read it and then let me know: Could Mathews be any less critical? Jay regularly dodges any meaningful discussion of private-school choice reforms like vouchers while railing about such peripheral tweaks as increasing Advanced Placement offerings…

Imagine if a private health plan, Blue Cross or Blue Shield, for example, issued a news release like this: “Due to our deficit, our health plan will no longer cover optometry, dentistry, podiatry, or psychology.”…

Aubrey McClendon, the CEO of Chesapeake Energy, is a visionary leader who recognized many years ago that the United States has a tremendous store of methane and other flammable gases in shale formations like the Barnett Shale…


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URLs in this post:

[1] Media Reformista to Manage FCC Transition? – The Technology Liberation Front: http://techliberation.com/2008/11/10/media-reformista-to-manage-fcc-transition/

[2] Isn’t It Nice: Obama Can Choose! – Cato-at-Liberty: http://www.cato-at-liberty.org/2008/11/10/isnt-it-nice-obama-can-choose/

[3] Government Health Care: Let the Rationing Continue – Pacific Research Institute: http://liberty.pacificresearch.org/blog/sid.government-health-care-let-the-rationing-continue

[4] Aubrey K. McClendon – Promoting CNG as a Vehicle Fuel – Atomic Insights Blog: http://atomicinsights.blogspot.com/2008/11/aubrey-k-mcclendon-promoting-cng-as.html

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