In this issue we look at whether there’s a covert assault on Medicare and where the government could find plenty of money to correct the problems, a review of who wants us all to be in their debt, a silly example of cost shifting to the public, a cry from a Victorian tired of being left out of the planning loop, a calculus of government debt from MoneyNews, an article by Brenda Rosser about the scale of foreign goods being imported into the US, and the week’s stories organised and linked as you like them and perfectly stir fried in a synthetic fluoropolymer that demonstrates mitigated London dispersion forces due to the high electronegativity of fluorine.

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