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Poison pill could be among drug imports

In recent testimony before Congress, Food and Drug Administration Commissioner Margaret Hamburg reiterated the agency’s opposition to the importation of prescription drugs from foreign shores. “There are genuine safety concerns,” she explained. For years, lawmakers on both sides of the aisle have supported legislation to legalize foreign drug importation. Yet ...
Commentary

Uncle Sam, MD?

(April 10) — Now that health care reform is the law of the land, state governments will have to start looking for serious ways to control health costs. And one tempting target will be prescription drugs, which account for an increasing share of the nation’s health tab. But one cost-cutting ...
Business & Economics

Margaret, Cristina, and Hillary

It has been some time since I chatted with Baroness Margaret Thatcher, our speaker at PRI’s gala dinner in San Francisco more than a decade ago, though it seems like just the other day. Lady Thatcher, now well into her emeritus years, is doubtless shaking her head over recent events ...
Commentary

Life’s certainties: Death and health reform’s taxes

The Daily Caller, April 6, 2010 President Obama’s health care reform package was just a week old when it started to cost taxpayers more money. By signing the reconciliation bill last Tuesday—the last step in his legislative two-step—the president raised the price of the original health care reform measure by ...
Commentary

Further down road to serfdom

With health care reform now the law of the land, congressional Democrats were in full celebration mode. Unfortunately, ordinary Americans don’t have much reason to rejoice. Not only will the law deprive patients and taxpayers of ever greater amounts of cash, it will also rob them of much of their ...
Commentary

Obamacare wins: Now the pain begins

With the passage of the health “reform” bill, President Obama, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid have ensured that the American economy and America’s household economics are in for a rough decade. Liberals are hailing the vote as historic, and indeed it was — a blunder ...
Commentary

CNBC Video: Paying for Health Care

Discussing whether Dems are relying too much on higher taxes to pay for health care reform, with Gov. Howard Dean, former Democratic National Committee chairman; Sally Pipes, Pacific Research and CNBC’s Hampton Pearson.
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Massachusetts’ ‘reform’ mess

Federal lawmakers pondering how to vote on Obama-Care this week should notice that Massachusetts is back asking Washington for hundreds of millions more to bail out its universal health-coverage system. When it became law in 2006, the Bay State’s plan was supposed to fix everything — with much the same ...
Commentary

Dem And Voter Differences Are Irreconcilable

Investor’s Business Daily, March 8, 2010 During his 35th speech on health care at the White House last Wednesday, President Obama called on Congress to give his reform package an “up-or-down vote” before the Easter recess, with or without Republican support. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and Senate Majority Leader Harry ...
Agriculture

Unraveling the Achievement Gap on Campus

For the first time ever, women outnumber men at all levels of higher education. More women than men apply, enroll, and graduate with bachelor’s and advanced degrees. The response from feminist groups has been drearily predictable. Female enrollment at some schools approaches 60 percent, a gap of 10 percent in ...
Commentary

Poison pill could be among drug imports

In recent testimony before Congress, Food and Drug Administration Commissioner Margaret Hamburg reiterated the agency’s opposition to the importation of prescription drugs from foreign shores. “There are genuine safety concerns,” she explained. For years, lawmakers on both sides of the aisle have supported legislation to legalize foreign drug importation. Yet ...
Commentary

Uncle Sam, MD?

(April 10) — Now that health care reform is the law of the land, state governments will have to start looking for serious ways to control health costs. And one tempting target will be prescription drugs, which account for an increasing share of the nation’s health tab. But one cost-cutting ...
Business & Economics

Margaret, Cristina, and Hillary

It has been some time since I chatted with Baroness Margaret Thatcher, our speaker at PRI’s gala dinner in San Francisco more than a decade ago, though it seems like just the other day. Lady Thatcher, now well into her emeritus years, is doubtless shaking her head over recent events ...
Commentary

Life’s certainties: Death and health reform’s taxes

The Daily Caller, April 6, 2010 President Obama’s health care reform package was just a week old when it started to cost taxpayers more money. By signing the reconciliation bill last Tuesday—the last step in his legislative two-step—the president raised the price of the original health care reform measure by ...
Commentary

Further down road to serfdom

With health care reform now the law of the land, congressional Democrats were in full celebration mode. Unfortunately, ordinary Americans don’t have much reason to rejoice. Not only will the law deprive patients and taxpayers of ever greater amounts of cash, it will also rob them of much of their ...
Commentary

Obamacare wins: Now the pain begins

With the passage of the health “reform” bill, President Obama, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid have ensured that the American economy and America’s household economics are in for a rough decade. Liberals are hailing the vote as historic, and indeed it was — a blunder ...
Commentary

CNBC Video: Paying for Health Care

Discussing whether Dems are relying too much on higher taxes to pay for health care reform, with Gov. Howard Dean, former Democratic National Committee chairman; Sally Pipes, Pacific Research and CNBC’s Hampton Pearson.
Commentary

Massachusetts’ ‘reform’ mess

Federal lawmakers pondering how to vote on Obama-Care this week should notice that Massachusetts is back asking Washington for hundreds of millions more to bail out its universal health-coverage system. When it became law in 2006, the Bay State’s plan was supposed to fix everything — with much the same ...
Commentary

Dem And Voter Differences Are Irreconcilable

Investor’s Business Daily, March 8, 2010 During his 35th speech on health care at the White House last Wednesday, President Obama called on Congress to give his reform package an “up-or-down vote” before the Easter recess, with or without Republican support. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and Senate Majority Leader Harry ...
Agriculture

Unraveling the Achievement Gap on Campus

For the first time ever, women outnumber men at all levels of higher education. More women than men apply, enroll, and graduate with bachelor’s and advanced degrees. The response from feminist groups has been drearily predictable. Female enrollment at some schools approaches 60 percent, a gap of 10 percent in ...
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