Monthly Archives: January 2011

Drugging Kids

I’m sure at one time or another all parents have wished for a magic pill that would make their kids easier to deal with.  No shortage of hucksters and snake-oil salesmen stand ready to fulfill that  need.  I believe most … Continue reading

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Addendum to The Holy Trinity

LewRockwell.com just published an interesting article about narcotic use in the United States prior to the 1906 Pure Food and Drug Act. http://www.lewrockwell.com/huebert/huebert35.1.html

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The Holy Trinity

A Texas jury hit Dr. Maurice Conte,72, with a $10.1 million verdict this past week.  Michael Skorpenske, 54, saw Dr. Conte one time only on July 5, 2007 and died two days later after his encounter with The Holy Trinity.  … Continue reading

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New Year, Old Tort Reform

I marvel at the Republican characterization of the Democratic Party as the party of big government, and Republican self characterization as the party of limited government. True, Republicans typically adopt libertarian rhetoric whereas Democrats openly seek solace in dirigisme, but … Continue reading

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