Several good columns of note today, unrelated except for their quality: In this one, Jim Pinkerton notes that the trap Hillary has laid for herself on the licenses for illegals is reminscent of another famous case that bit a Democrat.
In this one in the NY Times, the excellent Gregory Mankiw explains why the relatively high American mortality rate has little to do with our health care system and lots to do with other factors.
In this one from the excellent James Glassman/AEI “The American,” we learn that entrepreneurs are improving education.
As I see others, I will post them.
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