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Wrong Way on Health ‘Reform’ Washington Post | President Obama is selling his health care initiative as a way to control runaway medical spending, but Robert Samuelson says the result is more likely to be even more medical spending.
The Wordsmith New York Times Magazine | For a preview of the rhetorical tactics likely to be deployed in the brewing battle over health care, see this interview with political pollster Frank Luntz. For Luntz, the effectiveness of an attack line seems to be the charm, and its truth – or lack thereof – seems beside the point.
Flu Onset Exposed Supply Problems Boston Globe | The arrival of swine flu in the United States exposed shortcomings in the medical supply chain that could pose bigger problems if a deadlier strain returns in the fall.
Huge Pre-Stonehenge Complex Found via 'Crop Circles' National Geographic | A thousand years older than its iconic neighbor, a newly discovered burial site in Southern England was revealed by strange topographical features viewed from the air.
US Cities May Have to Be Bulldozed in Order to Survive Daily Telegraph | Dozens of U.S. cities may have entire neighborhoods bulldozed as part of drastic “shrink to survive” proposals being considered by the Obama administration to tackle economic decline, a British newspaper reports. Or did I read that in The Onion?

By Ben Pershing  |  June 16, 2009; 8:32 AM ET
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