Wednesday, May 16, 2018

In the news, Friday, May 4, 2018


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from FEE (Foundation for Economic Education)
RIGHT-CENTER BIAS, HIGH, non-profit organization

Curing Diseases Is Sustainable, Government in Healthcare Is Not
Biotech and pharmaceutical companies can and do cure diseases; it's government intervention that causes problems. While Americans have every reason to be concerned about their healthcare, the belief that private medical companies will not develop and produce products that cure various conditions is unwarranted.

How Bourbon Barrels Went from Rubbish to Valued Resource
The story of bourbon barrel entrepreneurship is a parable for all those who love the free market and believe in human innovation.

Many Americans Have a Shortage of Social Capital
A high percentage of Americans lack community and social support structures,

14 Common Arguments against Immigration and Why They’re Wrong
There are many common arguments against immigration, both thoughtful and reactionary, and they're all pretty much wrong.


from Miami Herald

While, it is admirable to think 'understanding' can fix this country, it is also naive. Progressives should ask themselves: When’s the last time you heard any Trump supporters talking about the need to understand you?


from The Spokesman-Review
Newspaper in Spokane, Washington


from Tribal Tribune
Media/News Company in Nespelem, Washington

Supreme Court to hold Community Visit in Nespelem
The Washington Supreme Court’s nine justices will hold a community forum with the Colville Confederated Tribes in a historic visit between Washington’s top state courts and tribal judicial system on May 7-8, 2018. During the visit to Nespelem, the justices will visit with reservation high school students and hold a public forum on Monday from 1 – 3 p.m. at the Lucy F. Covington Government Center. On Tuesday, the Supreme Court will hear arguments on three real cases all of which are open to the public.


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