Correcting the Record

Dear NY Times: Right to Worry about ObamaCare

Despite Krugman, there are many reasons to fear the unintended consequences of health 'reform.'

Dear NY Times: Krugman's Argument for Universal Care is Weak

Fees on business will lead to lower employee wages possibly making health insurance even less affordable.

Dear LA Times: Foreign Aid Holds Developing Nations Back

Why do you assume such aid is necessary for poor African countries?

Dear NY Times: Paul Krugman's Treason

Columnist's assertion about treasonous cap-and-trade opposition is wrong.

Dear Baltimore Sun: Perils of Protectionism

Free trade exists until government restricts it.

Dear NY Times: Beware of Unintended Consequences

Social-engineering by tax policy led to performance-based pay and less transparency.

Dear WSJ: Steamships Prove Gov't Can't Run Business

Collins' steamship company subsidization provides lesson about the virtues of free market over government help.

Dear WSJ: Foreign Aid is Not the Answer

Free markets will lift nations out of poverty, not 'do-goodism.'

Dear U.S. News & World Report: $100 Million Cut is No Challenge

Putting Obama's budget "cut" in perspective.

Dear WSJ: Dumping Is Not Harmful

Despite criticism of dumping, the trade practice is not unfair or damaging.
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