Posts Tagged ‘Subsidies’

Another Myth About ObamaCare’s Vulnerabilities Dispelled

I made a soft promise to myself a few days ago not to write anymore about ObamaCare. After all October 1, or O-Day, is right around the corner and just about everything that could be speculated about has been, ad infinitum. Time to wait and see how it all unfolds. I am now going to […]

Obamacare: The Path To Success

Matt Yglesias has an article at Slate in which he claims that Obamacare will be a huge success despite likely implementation problems. Here’s his reasoning: It’s forgotten today, but the launch of Medicare in the mid-1960s was full of hand-wringing about implementation. So was the addition of a prescription drug benefit a decade ago. The Affordable […]

Tesla: 1999 Revisited

This is a post I started to write last week, got sidetracked and now it seems a bit timely once more. I’m talking about Tesla, the electric car manufacturer, and frankly I don’t see what the hype is about, why the stock has gone through the roof and why anyone would buy into the secondary […]

Subsidizing The White House’s Solar Panels

Mike Mandel commenting on the Obama administration’s decision to install solar panels on the White House posted this chart(click for larger view). He noted that there was a lack of logic in the move and then went on to suggest a rationale for the move: So the government is borrowing this money from overseas, basically,  to increase […]