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President Obama’s Healthcare Address to Congress

President Obama’s Healthcare Address to Congress On September 9, 2009 President Obama gave a Congressional address to make his case for healthcare reform. In the address he stated: “There are those on the left who believe that the only way to fix the system is through a single-payer system like ...
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Will universal health care coverage harm American innovation?

Can America institute universal health care coverage without hurting our innovative spirit? It is a fascinating question – courtesy of a libertarian perspective. Our nation has an enviable record of innovation from creation of the telephone to space exploration and medical advances. We also have a shameful record on health ...
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Why Idaho Ranks Number Three in U.S. Health Ownership

As the nation debates President Obama’s “public option” for health care, the citizens of Idaho have an important contribution. Idaho enjoys considerable freedom in health ownership compared to the rest of the United States, according to a new study. The 2009 U.S. Index of Health Ownership (IHOP) ranks Idaho number ...
Business & Economics

Conservative Leaders on Costly Lawsuits and Health Care Reform

MEMO FOR THE MOVEMENT RE: Costly lawsuit abuses drive up medical expenses and add billions of dollars to the cost of healthcare, but provide only marginal assistance to injured patients. Yet Congress refuses to address this problem or to make it part of meaningful healthcare reform. Concerned citizens need to ...
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Another Attack On Big Drugmakers

Health Care: Powerful California Rep. Henry Waxman wants to save Medicare billions by going after drug industry “windfalls.” As usual, his “savings” will very quickly turn into higher costs for you-know-who. So many industries, so little time — that might be the Democrats’ motto. By demonizing the drugmakers, Waxman and ...
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Where Should Treatment Decisions Get Made?

The American Thinker (Bellevue, WA), August 18, 2009 Our beloved little kitty, Maxie, left us on Friday. For those of you who have experienced the death of a pet, I am at the seeing ghosts stage of grieving. With all the debate on end of life decisions and death panels ...
Business & Economics

Manufactured Healthcare Crisis

The American Thinker, August 16, 2009 Lux Libertas, August 16, 2009 These are perilous times. Last November’s election of Barack Obama and a filibuster-proof majority of Democrats in both houses allowed a virulent cabal to capture our nation’s seat of power. As with the Democrat takeover of Congress in 2006, ...
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‘Cost’: Health Care’s Four-Letter Word

Forbes.com, July 24, 2009 So why not foster competition? World War II veteran Jack Tagg is losing vision in his right eye. He suffers from macular degeneration, a progressive illness that causes blindness. A drug could slow the deterioration, but the British government refused to pay for it, arguing he ...
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Health Reform Puts Innovation At Risk

Investor’s Business Daily, July 23, 2009 President Obama and congressional Democrats have spelled out few details in their health reform plan. But one thing is certain — it’s going to be expensive. A new report from the Congressional Budget Office puts the price tag of the current proposal from Sen. ...
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Coming Soon: The Nightmare From Up There

In his recent speech to the American Medical Association, President Obama counseled Americans to beware “dire warnings about socialized medicine and government takeovers; long lines, and rationed care; decisions made by bureaucrats and not doctors.” Unfortunately for the president, there are a few Cassandras whose warnings are worth heeding. Chief ...
Commentary

President Obama’s Healthcare Address to Congress

President Obama’s Healthcare Address to Congress On September 9, 2009 President Obama gave a Congressional address to make his case for healthcare reform. In the address he stated: “There are those on the left who believe that the only way to fix the system is through a single-payer system like ...
Commentary

Will universal health care coverage harm American innovation?

Can America institute universal health care coverage without hurting our innovative spirit? It is a fascinating question – courtesy of a libertarian perspective. Our nation has an enviable record of innovation from creation of the telephone to space exploration and medical advances. We also have a shameful record on health ...
Commentary

Why Idaho Ranks Number Three in U.S. Health Ownership

As the nation debates President Obama’s “public option” for health care, the citizens of Idaho have an important contribution. Idaho enjoys considerable freedom in health ownership compared to the rest of the United States, according to a new study. The 2009 U.S. Index of Health Ownership (IHOP) ranks Idaho number ...
Business & Economics

Conservative Leaders on Costly Lawsuits and Health Care Reform

MEMO FOR THE MOVEMENT RE: Costly lawsuit abuses drive up medical expenses and add billions of dollars to the cost of healthcare, but provide only marginal assistance to injured patients. Yet Congress refuses to address this problem or to make it part of meaningful healthcare reform. Concerned citizens need to ...
Commentary

Another Attack On Big Drugmakers

Health Care: Powerful California Rep. Henry Waxman wants to save Medicare billions by going after drug industry “windfalls.” As usual, his “savings” will very quickly turn into higher costs for you-know-who. So many industries, so little time — that might be the Democrats’ motto. By demonizing the drugmakers, Waxman and ...
Commentary

Where Should Treatment Decisions Get Made?

The American Thinker (Bellevue, WA), August 18, 2009 Our beloved little kitty, Maxie, left us on Friday. For those of you who have experienced the death of a pet, I am at the seeing ghosts stage of grieving. With all the debate on end of life decisions and death panels ...
Business & Economics

Manufactured Healthcare Crisis

The American Thinker, August 16, 2009 Lux Libertas, August 16, 2009 These are perilous times. Last November’s election of Barack Obama and a filibuster-proof majority of Democrats in both houses allowed a virulent cabal to capture our nation’s seat of power. As with the Democrat takeover of Congress in 2006, ...
Commentary

‘Cost’: Health Care’s Four-Letter Word

Forbes.com, July 24, 2009 So why not foster competition? World War II veteran Jack Tagg is losing vision in his right eye. He suffers from macular degeneration, a progressive illness that causes blindness. A drug could slow the deterioration, but the British government refused to pay for it, arguing he ...
Commentary

Health Reform Puts Innovation At Risk

Investor’s Business Daily, July 23, 2009 President Obama and congressional Democrats have spelled out few details in their health reform plan. But one thing is certain — it’s going to be expensive. A new report from the Congressional Budget Office puts the price tag of the current proposal from Sen. ...
Commentary

Coming Soon: The Nightmare From Up There

In his recent speech to the American Medical Association, President Obama counseled Americans to beware “dire warnings about socialized medicine and government takeovers; long lines, and rationed care; decisions made by bureaucrats and not doctors.” Unfortunately for the president, there are a few Cassandras whose warnings are worth heeding. Chief ...
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