Keeping Things In Perspective

Thanksgiving day provides an opportunity to step back and recognize good things in our lives, and there are many. One of those is a society with a heritage of freedom, one where people can live the lives they choose. We often take for granted the freedom of movement and the Continue Reading →

The Economics of Ebola

Ebola is a terrible disease, killing a significant percentage of people who are infected. The vast bulk of cases exist in just three countries in Africa, and while the hardships for individuals dealing with the disease and the deaths are certainly tremendous, the percentage of the population infected is rather Continue Reading →

The Cure for Ebola

An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure. Though is it a truism, it is still true, especially in the case of a serious disease that can be fatal in up to 90% of the cases and for which no antidote or vaccine is currently available. Ebola is Continue Reading →