Why You Spend Two Hours To See Your Doctor For 8 Minutes
Michael T. Hamilton, The Federalist
Most likely, the culprit isn’t your doctor, but a dastardly duo: federal reporting requirements and the industry’s entrenched health insurance model.
New York, New York is a Conservative Town
David Duke, Sweet Talk
I rubbed my eyes in disbelief when I saw them: “These people are conservatives. This is a conservative town.” Capitalism lay naked throughout the city, one gigantic open market, freely flowing, constantly innovating.
Poor Countries Need Market Access, Not “Assistance”
Nate Mason, FEE
Pretending free trade and international economic development are separate issues facilitates a self-serving narrative that allows Americans to feel good about themselves while maintaining exploitative and self-defeating policies toward poor countries.
Entrepreneurship Needs to Be a Bigger Part of U.S. Foreign Aid
Steven R. Koltai, Harvard Business Review
Here are two surprising facts. First, the average American estimates that over 25% of the U.S. federal budget goes to foreign aid. That is wildly off. It is actually only 1% of the federal budget, or $35 billion for all nonmilitary assistance. Second fact: just 1% of that 1% goes toward promoting entrepreneurship.