According to Dan Munro, healthcare pricing transparency is gaining momentum.

Matt Yglesias and others – including myself – have talked about how it’s important to finish college if you go. Well, maybe it’s advantageous to go even if you’re going to drop out. I’m not sure how you disaggregate for the self-selection, though. And there’s the collective action aspect of it.

McArdle wonders if those leaving the European periphery will indeed return home.

Charter cities have had a breakthrough in Honduras.

CIA agents explain what they would do if they were Edward Snowden, and on the run.

The Harlem Globetrotters are up for sale. I have some fond memories of those guys.

Ilya Shapiro of Cato draws out attention to a weird scandal involving foreign knights.

Honestly, I have no objection that news media has my side’s back on the gay marriage debate. But it should be acknowledged that it has been taking sides for quite some time.

David Freedman thinks we might be able to tackle obesity by embracing junk food.

It’s nice to know that gay weddings can be the backdrop of stupid-arse drama, just as straight weddings can.

I can’t say I’m sorry that this guy is off the street, but… entrapment? I know, it’s not entrapment if it’s not the police that do it. But it still makes me uncomfortable.

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