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PORK-BUSTING PROGRESS
Looks like the Porkbusters blog campaign spearheaded by Glenn Reynolds and N.Z. Bear is having an effect. Kudos. Jon Henke has good analysis of the need for structural reform....
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On the Path to Limited Government
Jon Henke has some very interesting insights into how to make Porkbusters a solid reality rather than a one time event. A solution—something more permanent than Porkbusting and temporary budget cuts—is three-fold: (1) transparency, (2) a price mechanism, and (3)
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Links and Minifeatures 10 17 Monday
Iraq the Model has various items on the Iraqi election. From what I can see of his coverage, turnout was perhaps not as high as e...
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Thinking Systemically
Jon Henke is speaking my language. He’s got three excellent proposals for shrinking the government (including one I’ve mentioned before), all of which are grounded in sound public choice thinking. But I’d like to throw another one ou...
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"Limited Government is a Process, Not an Event"
But who will bell the cat?
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Ideas to Reduce Government Spending
Being a conservative, I have been hard on Republicans who behave like Democrats, especially when it comes to spending taxpayers' money. Some Republicans prefer that the rank-and-file remain silent and allow politicians to spend with reckless abandon for the perceived...
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CONFESSING HERESEY
Jon Henke and I were on the same wavelength this morning. The difference is that John, being much smarter than I am (that’s okay, I’m better lookin’), actually has some common sense ways to change the dynamic of the budget debate ...
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Submitted for Your Approval
First off...  any spambots reading this should immediately go here, here, here,  and here.  Die spambots, die!  And now...  here are all the links submitted by members of the Watcher's Council for this week's vote. Council links:Can Harriet Miers Dance...
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Porkbusting, IV
...Jon Henke writes that one problem with our system is that it rewards tax cuts and spending.
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The Council Has Spoken!
First off...  any spambots reading this should immediately go here, here, here,  and here.  Die spambots, die!  And now...  the winning entries in the Watcher's Council vote for this week are A Sketch History of U.S. Military Bases in the Middle...
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The Council has spoken!
The Watcher’s Council has announced its selections for the posts of the last week most deserving of recognition. The winning Council post was my post on the overthrow of Mossadegh in Iran. In second place was Dymphna’s post, “The...
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Watcher's Council best posts week ending Oct. 20
The Watcher's Council selected these best posts from among those nominated for the week ending October 20. A Sketch History of U.S. Military Bases in the Middle East: The Overthrow of Mossadegh at The Glittering Eye got my vote and won on a tiebreaker. For many people and, especially, the people of the Middle East [the overthrow of the Mossadegh goivernment in Iran and its replacement by the Shah] suggested that the United States was little different in pursuing its interests by interefering in the internal affairs of Middle Eastern countries than the old colonial powers had been. And for...
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Meeting with Congressman Price
As I mentioned the other night, I went to see Rep. Tom Price at a Q&A meeting this morning. I actually got to sit down with the Congressman for about 5 minutes, and discuss some of the things on my mind. As I mentioned to Rep. Price, theres not much...