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Jacob Sallum on the inefficiencies of the health care bill.
The New Majority posits that Obamacare may be the first political casualty of the stimulus. Which would be sad, because health care legislation isn’t about improving quality or efficiency, it’s about Obama.
Human remains were found at Forest Haven. Creepy.
Jim Harper at Cato@Liberty dissects the PASS ID act.
The American Spectator thinks that Obama is actually delaying economic recovery.
The WaPo reports that the Metro is still experiencing failures of circuits across the system, not just on the end of the red line. I’m buying a bike.
A terror group parties down in chicago.
Did Obama read the health care bill?
The Daily Beast gives us a flashback of what today’s mega-websites looked like when they were ugly.
The New Majority wonders if the GOP can win college students back.
Jerry Brito was on NewsChannel 8 last night, talking about OpenRegs.com
Conor Friedersdorf on California’s path to legislative ruin.
John McCormack points out a botched AP abortion statistic.
David Weigel on the Not-So-Secret RNC Health Care Memo
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