Must Reads For The Week 7/8/17

Elizabeth Warren Calls For Democrats To Embrace Single-Payer Health Care, by Igor Bobic, at huffingtonpost.com. Single-Payer was the goal all along. Obamacare was just another step in the single payer direction. Here is what Elizabeth Warren said that has me scratching my head because it is a lie fake recollection of the facts: “President Barack Obama  tried to move us forward with healthcare coverage by using a conservative model that came from one of the conservative think tanks that had been advanced by a Republican governor in Massachusetts…..Now it’s time for the next step. And the next step is single payer,”. Mrs. Warren. Please define what you think conservative means because the Affordable Care Act wasn’t a conservative model. Conservative to me means individuals making decisions about their healthcare in a free market instead of bureaucratic decision making backed by government force.

Government Medicine: Court Declares Child Should Die Rather Than Receive Privately Funded Health Care, by Ryan McMaken, at mises.org. This is where government run health care eventually ends up. Bureaucrats will  make the decision on whether an individual will receive treatment or not. The individual has no say. And in this case the answer was no even though the medical treatment was to be funded privately instead of being paid for by public dollars. But this can’t happen in America; can it?

Gun Controllers Know Their Policies Won’t stop Murder. It’s Another Game They’re Playing, at thefederalist.com. The left is patient. They want Government to grow categorically. But they will take incremental increases. They understand how hard it is to get rid of government programs once they are implemented. Just look at Obamacare.

Climate Scares Fail To Occur, by Craig Rucker, at cfact.org. The Arctic was supposed to be ice free by now. We were supposed to have cat 4 and cat 5 hurricanes on a yearly basis. No cat 4 or 5’s  have hit America since Katrina in 06. The climate crazies are admitting that “there has indeed been a pause in the warming and that it’s models failed to predict it.” Maybe their data and their models are “fake science”.

Replacing Fossil Fuels With Renewable Energy Would Inflict Major Land, Wildlife, and Resource Damage,by Paul Driessen, at cfact.org. Environmental crazies have never read, “That Which Is Seen, And That Which Is Not Seen” by Bastiat. They don’t see the cost in land, resources, capital and labor that would be needed to meet the worlds growing energy needs. And that is not even looking at replacing less costly energy from fossil fuels with more costly renewable energy.

Wind News Update: Catastrophic Failures Jump, Maryland Gets Serious, by Lisa Linowes, at masterresource.com. You never hear about the problems with “green” energy in the main stream media. Why?

Norway’s ‘Voluntary’ Tax Plan Brings In Just $1,325, at economicpolicyjournal.com. In Norway if anyone thinks they’re paying too little in taxes, they can send more money to the government. It is shocking that people aren’t voluntarily sending in more money to fund Norways social programs.

Missouri Set To REDUCE St. Louis Minimum Wage From $10 to $7.70, at economicpolicyjournal.com. Excerpt from the article: “Missouri has discovered that the law of supply and demand applies to wages and that the higher you set minimum wage laws the more unemployment you get. In response, Missouri’s governor will allow a bill to pass that rolls back St. Louis’ minimum wage from $10 back to $7.70, the standard across the state.

Road Congestion: It’s All About Politics, by John Hinderaker, at americanexperiment.org. Minnesota’s Twin Cities traffic congestion can be blamed on bad decisions by politicians. Despite the fact that Twin City drivers time wasted in traffic has quadrupled since 1982, the Minnesota Department of Transportation will spend $700 million on bike and pedestrain infrastructure in the next 20 years and only $265 million on improvements for infrastructure for cars. Why do voters think politicians possess enough knowledge to make decisions outside their area of their expertise. Their area of expertise being getting reelected. HT carpediemblog.

How The FAA Killed Uber For Planes, by Andrea O’Sullivan, at reason.com. Once again government bureaucrats making decisions that squash market solutions that would make the economy more productive. HT carpediemblog

Why Does Michigan License Painters? by Jarett Skorup, at makinac.org. You need to have 60 hours of courses, pass an exam and pay $300 in fees to become a painter. Another example of bureaucrats using power to interfere in free decision making by individuals in the market. HT carpediemblog

FAKE NEWS

CNN’s Ratings Collapse As Primetime Shows Draw Less Viewers than Re-Runs Of “Yogi Bear”, at zerohedge.com. They are hanging themselves and they don’t even know it. I and some of my friends are watching CNN now because it is so funny. With more people like me watching, how much of their regular viewers are turning them off.

CNN President Jeff Zucker: “Trump Is Trying to Bully Us“, zerohedge.com. The mainstream media is accusing Trump of what they have been doing for years. The difference is Trump won’t cave into their bullying like other Republicans, and they don’t know how to handle it.

AWESOME The Truth Will Out, at targetliberty.com. The Washington Post is forced to retract.

Triggered: CNN’s Jim Acosta Accuses Trump Of “Fake News Conference” In Poland, at zerohedge.com. These people don’t realize that they’re actions prove their bias. We can see it. They can’t. That is why this is so funny.

Rachel Maddow Caught In Latest Fake News Scandal; Proof Her “Forged NSA Document” Segment Was a Hoax, at zerohedge.com. Rachel is a special kind of crazy person.

CARTOONS

at therightreasons.net.

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