Monday, January 4, 2010

November 2009 OActivist Compilation

Here's a list of November's published output by members of the OActivist list (most of whom have full-time jobs and only write when time permits): Editorials 1. Paul Hsieh, "ObamaCare: A National Version of RomneyCare", PajamasMedia, Nov 2/09 2. Joseph Kellard, "What About the Reds?", Long Beach Herald, Nov 5/09 3. Hannah Krening, "Dissent and nationalization of health care", Denver Post, Nov 8/09 4. Linn and Ari Armstrong, "If planet did warm, low-cost tech could cool it", Grand Junction Free Press, Nov 9/09 5. Ari Armstrong, "Why we should keep selling low-priced books", Denver Post, Nov 12/09 6. Paul Hsieh, "Mafia-style health insurance: An offer you can't refuse", Washington Examiner, Nov 16/09 7. Ari Armstrong, "Environmentalist clowns threatening human life", Colorado Springs Gazette, Nov 20/09 8.Linn and Ari Armstrong, "People vote for freedom with their feet and effort", Grand Junction Free Press, Nov 23/09 Citations or Links 1. Paul Hsieh in "Baucus Health Care Legislation Advances", Heartland Institute, Nov 3/09 Letters to the Editor 1. Paul Hsieh, "The Incentives Aren't To Help You", Wall Street Journal, Nov 2/09 2. Jay Robbins, "Let free market work", USA Today, Nov 3/09 3. Amesh Adalja, "Is Onerous Regulation Responsible for Adenovirus Outbreaks?", Journal of Infectious Diseases, Nov 1/09 4. Amesh Adalja, "Take next step on marijuana", Butler Eagle, Nov 7/09 5. Joseph Kellard, "Reg Henry's drive-by criticism", Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, Nov 19/09 6. Jay Robbins, "Health care bill an economic disaster", Valley Breeze, Nov 19/09 7. Blair Schofield, untitled, New Britain Herald, Nov 20/09 8. Amesh Adalja, "Rand's Achievement", Pittsburgh Post Gazette, Nov 26/09 9. Amesh Adalja, "Pot Support Miscontrued", Butler Eagle, Nov 27/09 10. Tim Peck, "Health pitch a violation of basic American rights", Asheville Citizen-Times, Nov 28/09 11. Gina Liggett, "Governor’s proposal to tax candy and soda", Denver Post, Nov 18/09 Note too that this list does not include web comments, letters to congressmen and other politicians, radio show call-ins, etc., all of which actively spread our message and advance our goals. (Disclaimer: All content listed herein is self-identified as "Objectivist", I have not vetted the content, nor do I necessarily agree with all of it.)

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