5-14-11 Weekend Reading

Saturday, May 14, 2011

Brought to you, in part by an 8:00 a.m. appointment and my mis-setting an alarm, is the following abbreviated weekend post...


"Fortunately, it’s not too late for the rest of America to learn from Massachusetts. Instead of adopting that failed system at the national level, Americans should demand that Congress 'defund' and repeal ObamaCare -- and adopt genuine free-market health care reforms like those advocated by Tea Party physician-activist Dr. Milton Wolf and Whole Foods CEO John Mackey." -- Paul Hsieh, in Massachusetts: The Canary in the Coal Mine for ObamaCare at PajamasMedia

"Selling to the sleeping point, when property applied, is a great way of acknowledging our feelings without turning our portfolios over to them entirely." -- Jonathan Hoenig, in "Find Your Stock Market 'Sleeping Point'" at SmartMoney

"They quietly conclude, 'Well, I guess it's working -- how could a doctor be wrong? It's more possible than you think." -- Michael Hurd, in "Let the Buyer Beware" at DrHurd.com

"Pocahontas is the tale of a heroine, a child who exhibited moral courage and independence, a child who went against everything she'd been taught all her life in favor of the convictions of her own mind, thus proving that one's race does not have to determine one's culture or destiny." -- Charlotte Cushman, in "The Unknown Story of Pocahontas" at American Thinker

"If Standard Oil is the textbook example of the kind of company antitrust laws are supposed to punish, what does that say about antitrust laws?" -- , Alex Epstein in "Vindicating Standard Oil, 100 Years Later" at The Daily Caller

-- CAV

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