- The Institute for Justice is suing to open up bone marrow to economic competition. They say that a law regulating it is unconstitutional. I agree, but why stop at bone marrow? Why not make the case for blood as well? (As I did in The American.) The empirical case has been building: my friend and co-worker, Dane Stangler, sent me someting earlier about blood donation compensation via Robin Hanson.
- Riley Lewis (CMC 2011) and I are preparing for Jeopardy auditions on November 8th. I sure hope the categories I get are as easy as this one about economic history and that my opponents know as little as these folks do!
Sunday, November 1, 2009
By Charles Johnson at 1:31 PM
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