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Final House Ratings!
Volume 25: Back to the House
Volume 24: The 2018 Election, Who Projected It Best?
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World War II
To Avik Roy: No Longer On My List of Reasonable Conservatives
The big reveal: it is “theoretically possible” that this bill is good for healthcare. His words. I guess it’s theoretically possible that I
Why We Make Laws: Policy and Implementation and Trumpcare
Why, it’s almost as if giving tax cuts to the richest amongst us is the only real goal of this “health care bill.”
Not-Failing-Obamacare: One Chart
There does not appear to be anything innate to Obamacare, sans GOP sabotage, which would prevent individual insurance markets from surviving
In Which I Pick a Fight with the Cato Institute
Are "other costs" significant enough to offset government insurance programs significant advantage in direct medical spending.
Volume 15: Gerrymandering
Politics is a game of power, those who have it and those who want it. But we can hope that this power is used, at least occasionally, to ful
Schrödinger’s Rates: Insurance Markets in the World of Trump
In quantum mechanics, a particle only takes on a property when it is observed. Electrons have spin, either up or down. These are distinct...
CBO Report: The Fine Print of Creating 23 Million Uninsured
All of the quotes you see here are direct quotes from the Report linked above, with page numbers. It’s going to get technical a few times, m
Time Machine: Back On Russia
I thought it would be a good exercise to go through them again, see what has been answered and what not.
The Other Bombshell From Last Night
Today – laughing about Russia installing their preferred candidate as our President is all a good jest. Ryan and McCarthy were already there
The Utter Myth of Voter Fraud: Kris Kobach
If the number quoted is from the mouth of one Kris Kobach, you should change the television channel.