The H/T goes in Instapundit on this one. It’s a conversation with Richard Epstein at National Review, conducted by the Hoover Institution. Richard A. Epstein is the James Parker Hall Distinguished Service Professor of Law at the University of Chicago, where he has taught since 1972, and a former colleague of the young President. Very, very interesting stuff. Read more
KJL, a guest on our show this morning, was kind enough to mention our blog this afternoon at The Corner in relation to the Virginia Ironside video. It’s a must read … even if you heard our interview this morning, Part Six of today’s podcast. Read more
Lies, damn lies, and statistics, but in this case only the first two apply because even though the report comes from the Council of Economic Advisors there are no credible statistics to be found anywhere in this story. It’s just lies, and frankly it is, as Neil Cavuto puts it, outright cruel. Read more
UPDATE: Here’s a link to the Andrew McCarthy podcast. We talked with him about the Holder Justice Department’s approach to terrorist prosecution. It will anger you I am sure.
And here’s the link to the Cato Interview with Michael Cannon interview at Cato. Mike explains while yes, health care costs, your costs will go up, and access will be rationed.
Cato’s Michael Cannon and National Review’s Andrew McCarthy join us tomorrow.
9:35 AM: Michael Cannon- Cato Institute’s director of health policy studies. We’ll talk Health Care and debate the latest talking points (Cong. Courtney has them) on the Pelosi Health Care plan. And no, the Dem talking points are wrong and yes, Pelosi/Obamacare will cost more … see here. Once again we did the research and read the bill and once again it seems as if your local Congressperson’s staff did not. Shame.
10:05 AM: Andrew McCarthy joins us to talk about the White House’s stimulus “fuzzy math”, and a closer look at terrorist justice in the Obama Administration. You will be shocked.
Check out Mr McCarthy’s latest post here.