Paul F. deLespinasse

Mar 25, 2020
The whole world is now a laboratory. We must look to experience everywhere to discover what strategies for coping with the pandemic work best.

Mar 18, 2020
Like computers, large organizations can do only those things they are organized or programmed to do.

Mar 10, 2020
When a reform, implemented with good intentions, turns out to have been  a bad idea, many won't admit that they were wrong.

Mar 4, 2020
It won't be enough just to claim, correctly, that Medicare for All will be cheaper. It won't be enacted until most Americans understand why it will benefit their bottom line.  

Feb 25, 2020
The recent presidential debates have focused attention on the wrong questions about candidates: their positions on various issues.Watching these debates has been more and more painful. I'm currently preparing a lecture about critical thinking for the Corvallis, Oregon,...

Feb 18, 2020
A prime example of a pseudolaw was the former military draft, which imprisoned (a deprivation of liberty) selected people for refusing to serve.

Feb 11, 2020
Whether he ever becomes president or not, Bernie Sanders has put discussion of Medicare For All squarely on the national agenda, with some help from Elizabeth Warren. It is not too soon to think about the details, just in case.

Feb 5, 2020
It's impossible to make good public policy if we look at only one side of the ledger, focusing only on jobs created or only on jobs destroyed by a particular policy.

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