January 9, 2013

Robots Will Help Solve the Entitlements Crisis

Holman Jenkins, Wall Street Journal

In 1999, a golfer named Payne Stewart and crew were rendered unconscious by a loss of cabin pressure and their private jet crashed when it ran out of fuel. What does this have to do with the fiscal cliff? Read on.

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