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Raw Milk In Missouri: No Sales to Strangers

Written by Gary North on October 24, 2012

The Missouri Milk Board does not like unpasteurized milk. Milk boards never do. Neither do public health departments. Why not? Because pasteurization reduces the risk of milk-borne disease. Such a disease threatens the independence of the regulators. They get blamed. And, as a secondary effect, people get sick. But the key to understanding the war […]

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Obamacare Self-Defense: Fire Your Workers

Written by Gary North on September 14, 2012

Obama has guaranteed rising unemployment. The Federal Reserve can print money until the cows come home. Obamacare will overcome Ben the Beard’s stimulus package. A man who owns KFC and Taco Bell stores in Atlanta explains why. If he fires low-paid workers and replaces them with machines, he saves money. If he makes them part-time, […]

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Non-License to Kill: Price Competition for Abortions

Written by Gary North on September 11, 2012

Here is a dog bites man story. The legislature in California has passed a bill for Gov. Brown to sign into law. It removes the legal requirement that a person must have a physician’s license in order to commit an abortion. It is Senate Bill 623. The policy is already being carried out at the […]

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