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January 22, 2009

Special interests playing fast and loose with infrastructure, mostly loose

My latest contribution to the Washington Independent, a story about how some special interests are overstating their case for a good thing, infrastructure spending in the stimulus.

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It's a good piece, though please, don't quote Dean Baker. Forget for a second that he doesn't publish research in peer-reviewed journals - he says things that are just insane. In The Right-Wing Nanny State, he proposes credentialing doctors based on a standardized computer-based test as a solution to health care costs. His opinion has the exact same weight as the opinion of Michelle Malkin.

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