Scott's Jurisprudence

Wednesday, November 12, 2003

11/12/03 Deleted [Who knows why, but it won't let me delete my earlier introductory post.]
posted by Michael 8:54 AM


Holman Jenkins, writing in the November 12 Wall Street Journal, provides evidence confirming my theory that government and the intellectual elite want government to take over pharmaceutical research. But, I have comments on his analysis of the pharmaceutical industry and his contention that government is powerless to stop importation of prescription drugs from other countries.

Crack Up in Pharma Regulation.doc
There's No Crack Up in Pharmaceutical Regulation.doc
posted by Michael 8:49 AM

Tuesday, November 11, 2003


On October 23, The Economist published an editorial suggesting that decreasing reliance by the West on petroleum from the Middle East is inevitable and so desirable that it should be accelerated through governmental policy supporting development of alternative fuels, particularly hydrogen and ethanol. I felt their analysis was superficial and their conclusions incorrect. The article and my comments are posted below.

102303 Economist - The end of the Oil Age.doc
111103 MDS Comments.doc
posted by Michael 9:14 AM

Monday, November 10, 2003

The 10 Most Overpaid Jobs in the U.S.

Chris Pummer at CBS Marketwatch published the article linked below the other day, and you'll not be surprised that I had some comments.

Ten most overpaid jobs in the U.doc

111003 10 Most Overpaid Jobs Comments.doc
posted by Michael 3:50 PM

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