Monthly Archives: March 2009

Popular reaction to AIG bonuses is scary; Congressional reaction is worse

It makes for very bad company PR, but these bonuses at AIG never really bothered me much. What the government is talking about doing now, however, bothers me a great deal. Enacting a tax targeting a specific individual’s income because the congress isn’t … Continue reading

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Obama, embryonic stem cell research, and the ethics of the “ridiculous”

On Monday, President Obama is expected to sign an executive order reversing limitations on embryonic stem cell research put in place by former President George W. Bush. Robert Roy Britt, Editorial Director of, suggested that the move is "hailed by … Continue reading

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