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Michael F. Cannon
“An influential health care wonk at the libertarian “-Washington Post.
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Libertarianism.org Jan 24
"John Lewis has made courageous and principled contributions to human freedom." -
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Michael F. Cannon Jan 23
“Econ 101 doesn’t say, ‘Divest!’ ” said. “It says price the externality." Or, equivalently, "Open the can."
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John Cleese Jan 22
Just heard about Terry J It feels strange that a man of so many talents and such endless enthusiasm, should have faded so gently away... Of his many achievements, for me the greatest gift he gave us all was his direction of 'Life of Brian'. Perfection Two down, four to go
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Michael F. Cannon Jan 23
Leave it to the to describe the Fish-Slapping Dance, the Dead Parrot Sketch, and the Ministry of Silly Walks (!) as “meaningless.”
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Libertarianism.org Jan 22
Our latest by : "The Civil Rights Movement was a citizens’ rebellion against one of the longest, most brutal episodes of oppression the United States has seen."
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Free Thoughts Jan 22
. writes: "Few in the libertarian movement have suffered as much as Lewis for the cause of freedom."
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Michael F. Cannon Jan 22
Replying to @marJmal @bghsa
.DM me to discuss STLDI sales?
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Brian Blase Jan 22
Reminder: Obamacare limits sign-ups for coverage to 6 weeks a year. So if your state prohibits short-term plans and you don’t get coverage through work, you can’t get insurance until January 2021!
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Michael F. Cannon Jan 22
Replying to @OliverSherouse
It sounds dirty, but it’s not.
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Michael F. Cannon Jan 22
Anybody admitted to D.C. Cir. wanna help me with a quick amicus HMU.
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SoniaCarmen Jan 21
"In May, will present its 10th biennial Milton Friedman Prize for Advancing . If I were on the selection committee, my vote would go to ⁦⁩ ." —⁦
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Libertarianism.org Jan 21
"In May, will present its 10th biennial Milton Friedman Prize for Advancing Liberty. If I were on the selection committee, my vote would go to John Lewis." - .
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Michael F. Cannon Jan 21
The goal of every health insurance company is to gain market share and chase its competitors out of business. Supporters would have us believe a , with the might of the govt behind it, would not have that goal and would maintain a level playing field.
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JM Smith Jan 20
Interesting piece by CATO... "Some libertarians will protest that Lewis has taken un‐​libertarian positions over the course of his career. I certainly disagree with many of his positions. Yet...
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Justin Kilborn Jan 20
This article by is great. Libertarians need to be able to acknowledge sacrifices civil rights icons like made without letting partisanship get in the way. You forgave slave ownership, you can forgive health care policies.
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Anthony Calabrese Jan 21
Replying to @JalisaHealth @mfcannon
The ultimate liberty is your physical body and Jim Crow and before that slavery was the ultimate infringement of personal sovereignty. Neither would have survived without state action. Lysander Spooner is a libertarian hero and he gained his greatest fame as an abolitionist.
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Matthew Feeney Jan 21
From my colleague : "The Civil Rights Movement [...] was a libertarian force. It did more to advance freedom within the United States than any other movement in the past century."
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Jalisa Clark Jan 21
Replying to @mfcannon
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Michael F. Cannon Jan 20
Replying to @jcahealey
And don't knock "faithlessness in our democracy." If it weren't for faithlessness in our democracy, there wouldn't be a First Amendment. /fin
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Michael F. Cannon Jan 20
Replying to @jcahealey @latimes
The 2nd Amendment Sanctuary Cities movement believes it DOES meet your "truly reprehensible laws" criterion. So meet them where they are. /6
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