Monthly Archives: April 2010

Blinded by Choice

I experienced one of the problems with American health care tonight: 94 eye care providers. While this may seem like a marvelous example of Kapitalism at work, I am worse off than if I had fewer options. Let’s delve into … Continue reading

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Thank you, Butler.

I went to the NCAA basketball championship in Indianapolis last night. My trip home from Chicago to Louisville literally passes within sight of the stadium, so it was an easy diversion. After Butler won Saturday night, Stubhub provided a seat. … Continue reading

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Horatio Alger Returns: Butler vs Michigan State

I’m in my second home, a Hyatt, with a 14th floor view of Interstate 88. Tonight it’s the Hyatt Lisle out in the Chicago suburbs. Right now, God is dead, though according to my favorite news channel Russia Today, the … Continue reading

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