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Sally C. Pipes

Commentary

Even a ‘scaled-down’ health bill is dangerous

Last week, Democratic leaders in the Senate caved to Sen. Joseph Lieberman’s demands and stripped away some major provisions from their health reform legislation, including the public option and a plan that would have allowed middle-age Americans to “buy in” to Medicare. With Connecticut independent Lieberman’s support seemingly secured — ...
Commentary

Democrats’ Rx would jack up premiums

Democratic legislators recently rammed their $1.3 trillion health care bill through the House of Representatives. This is bad news for Californians — particularly young adults. The bills favored by leading Democrats would impose many new regulations on insurers and ultimately increase the amount Californians pay for health insurance. Several new ...
Commentary

Why the Senate Bill Must Be Rejected

The president met with fellow Democrats at the White House on Tuesday afternoon and reiterated his position that failing to pass any reform was not acceptable. He campaigned on this promise in 2008 and has stuck to his commitment in his many speeches to the nation. In his remarks on ...
Commentary

Sensible Alternatives for Fixing Health Care

Congressional Democrats claim that their health reform effort will deliver higher quality care at lower cost to more people. But their legislative prescription, which relies almost entirely on greater government involvement in the delivery of health care, would fail to accomplish these objectives. Fortunately, there is a better way. With ...
Commentary

‘Reform’ still stinks

Yesterday, the Senate’s Democratic leadership blinked first in its showdown with Sen. Joseph Lieberman (I-Conn.). Desperate for the crucial 60th vote needed to pass their health-reform package, Senate leaders capitulated to Lieberman’s demands that the bill drop both the public option and a provision to let those aged 55 to ...
Commentary

Senators Report Reaching a ‘Compromise’ on the Public Option

On the expansion of the age of eligibility for Medicare, it is important to remember that the program today is already costing over $400 billion a year and the Congressional Budget Office (CBO) has projected it will be bankrupt in 2017 when it will cost in excess of $700 billion. ...
Commentary

Socialized medicine takes cheap way, restricts access

Indianapolis Star (Indianapolis, IN), December 9, 2009 LETTERS TO THE EDITOR Fran Quigley recently argued that “(health) care is cheaper and more widely available via government-run health care in countries like Japan and Great Britain” (“Don’t fear socialized medicine,” Nov. 30). But care is only cheaper in countries with socialized ...
Commentary

Debate: Don’t Buy Into Medicare Buy-In

Sphere (AOL News), December 9, 2009 (Dec. 9) — Senate leaders are knee-deep in negotiations over the final version of their health care reform bill. Public outcry – and fear of losing the support of wavering centrists – has forced Democratic chieftains to jettison the controversial “public option.” In its ...
Business & Economics

Eyes on the Prize

Next week the 2009 year’s Nobel winners receive their prizes. They include two women who deserved their awards but are not likely to draw cheers from feminist celebrities. This year, for the first time, the Nobel committee awarded the prize in economics to a woman. Elinor Ostrom was not picked ...
Commentary

The Republican War Still Rages

National Public Radio, November 23, 2009 Two weeks ago on November 7, the House voted 220 to 215 in favor of Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s 1,900-page, trillion-dollar health-care bill. On Saturday, the Senate voted 60 to 39 to commence the health-care debate on Senator Harry Reid’s 2,074-page bill that will end ...
Commentary

Even a ‘scaled-down’ health bill is dangerous

Last week, Democratic leaders in the Senate caved to Sen. Joseph Lieberman’s demands and stripped away some major provisions from their health reform legislation, including the public option and a plan that would have allowed middle-age Americans to “buy in” to Medicare. With Connecticut independent Lieberman’s support seemingly secured — ...
Commentary

Democrats’ Rx would jack up premiums

Democratic legislators recently rammed their $1.3 trillion health care bill through the House of Representatives. This is bad news for Californians — particularly young adults. The bills favored by leading Democrats would impose many new regulations on insurers and ultimately increase the amount Californians pay for health insurance. Several new ...
Commentary

Why the Senate Bill Must Be Rejected

The president met with fellow Democrats at the White House on Tuesday afternoon and reiterated his position that failing to pass any reform was not acceptable. He campaigned on this promise in 2008 and has stuck to his commitment in his many speeches to the nation. In his remarks on ...
Commentary

Sensible Alternatives for Fixing Health Care

Congressional Democrats claim that their health reform effort will deliver higher quality care at lower cost to more people. But their legislative prescription, which relies almost entirely on greater government involvement in the delivery of health care, would fail to accomplish these objectives. Fortunately, there is a better way. With ...
Commentary

‘Reform’ still stinks

Yesterday, the Senate’s Democratic leadership blinked first in its showdown with Sen. Joseph Lieberman (I-Conn.). Desperate for the crucial 60th vote needed to pass their health-reform package, Senate leaders capitulated to Lieberman’s demands that the bill drop both the public option and a provision to let those aged 55 to ...
Commentary

Senators Report Reaching a ‘Compromise’ on the Public Option

On the expansion of the age of eligibility for Medicare, it is important to remember that the program today is already costing over $400 billion a year and the Congressional Budget Office (CBO) has projected it will be bankrupt in 2017 when it will cost in excess of $700 billion. ...
Commentary

Socialized medicine takes cheap way, restricts access

Indianapolis Star (Indianapolis, IN), December 9, 2009 LETTERS TO THE EDITOR Fran Quigley recently argued that “(health) care is cheaper and more widely available via government-run health care in countries like Japan and Great Britain” (“Don’t fear socialized medicine,” Nov. 30). But care is only cheaper in countries with socialized ...
Commentary

Debate: Don’t Buy Into Medicare Buy-In

Sphere (AOL News), December 9, 2009 (Dec. 9) — Senate leaders are knee-deep in negotiations over the final version of their health care reform bill. Public outcry – and fear of losing the support of wavering centrists – has forced Democratic chieftains to jettison the controversial “public option.” In its ...
Business & Economics

Eyes on the Prize

Next week the 2009 year’s Nobel winners receive their prizes. They include two women who deserved their awards but are not likely to draw cheers from feminist celebrities. This year, for the first time, the Nobel committee awarded the prize in economics to a woman. Elinor Ostrom was not picked ...
Commentary

The Republican War Still Rages

National Public Radio, November 23, 2009 Two weeks ago on November 7, the House voted 220 to 215 in favor of Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s 1,900-page, trillion-dollar health-care bill. On Saturday, the Senate voted 60 to 39 to commence the health-care debate on Senator Harry Reid’s 2,074-page bill that will end ...
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