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The EPA’s Review of Mercury Rules Could Remake Its Methods for Valuing Human Life and Health

WASHINGTON — When writing environmental rules, one of the most important calculations involves weighing the financial costs against any gains in human life and health. The formulas are complex, but th... read more

EPA Drifts Toward Deemphasizing Value Of Human Health When Calculating Cost Of Environmental Rules

Meanwhile, lawmakers urge EPA to move faster to regulate dangerous industrial chemicals. The New York Times: The E.P.A.’s Review Of Mercury Rules Could Remake Its Methods For Valuing Human Life And He... read more

Erasing false balance: the right is more antiscience than the left

From the attacks on science by the Bush Administration (and Newt Gingrich before that) to the political litmus test of needing to denounce evolution and global warming if you’re a candidate, the Repub... read more

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The carbon price monster the village grew to fear

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Richard Epstein: Why Obamacare Is Collapsing and He's Not Voting for Trump, Hillary, *or* Johnson

The architects of Obamacare could have foreseen today's crisis ... because it's not dealing with what large business and industry does, its dealing with what you have to do in your particular life. So ... read more

Facebook will send thousands of ads bought by Russian operatives to Congress today

Those companies have come under increasing pressure from Capitol Hill to investigate Russian meddling and are facing the possibility of new regulations that could affect their massive ... as well as t... read more

Whither the anti-vaccine movement?

It’s expired and gone to meet its maker! It’s a stiff! Bereft of life, it rests in peace ... but it’s pretty persuasive evidence that neither vaccines nor the mercury that was in many childhood vaccin... read more

We’re Not in Lake Wobegon Anymore

It’s a beautiful world, rain or shine, and there is more to life than winning. Garrison Keillor is the host and writer of A Prairie Home Companion, now in its 34th year on the air and a syndicated new... read more

The Curious Case of the Immortal Jellyfish

It’s official: the only thing certain in this world is taxes. That’s because death, for a tiny sea creature, is not inevitable. Turritopsis nutricul, a jellyfish-like hydrazoan, is the only animal kno... read more

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If the Greens are so loopy, cut them loose

If the Government is really so convinced that the Greens are loopy, without principle, and disinclined to get up in the morning and work hard and worry about mortgages like ordinary Australians, then ... read more

Richard Epstein: Why Obamacare Is Collapsing and He's Not Voting for Trump, Hillary, *or* Johnson

Nick Gillespie: Here, what one of the things that I've heard you talk about is what happens when every aspect of life becomes politicized ... because they're bad people and they act poorly, rules get ... read more



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