Not much time to talk about these, but they're interesting:
Bayesian analysis of support for school vouchers; it would be interesting to see for health care.
When supply is low, the price is high: Womens' attitudes towards monogamy and the relative supply of marriagable men.
Probability is the oil of rationalization: "To rationalise a choice you want to make, you choose costs and benefits that lead to your choice seeming like the rational conclusion."
And to complement the previous: Ice versus soda cost-benefit analysis.