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Should we Beware the Ides of September?

Gov. Gavin Newsom made waves this week when he said that mandatory state water restrictions could be coming soon to a dry lawn near you. “At the moment, we’re doing great,” Newsom said.  “But if we enter another year of drought – and as you know our water season starts …

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Gavin Newsom Is Bad For California’s Health

On September 14, the people of California will have the chance—in a recall election—to oust Governor Gavin Newsom. His record over his more than two and a half years in power is checkered. Nowhere is that clearer than on health policy. Early in the pandemic, Newsom instituted some of America’s …

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The Real Vaccine Skeptics Work at the FDA

Demonstrators in 50 cities across the country took the streets last month to demand a government takeover of America’s health system. The Democrats who control Washington are trying to give those activists what they’re asking for, albeit in piecemeal fashion. In recent weeks, they’ve proposed lowering Medicare’s eligibility age and adding dental, vision and hearing benefits …

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Let’s Not Repeat Canada’s Healthcare Mistakes

Demonstrators in 50 cities across the country took the streets last month to demand a government takeover of America’s health system. The Democrats who control Washington are trying to give those activists what they’re asking for, albeit in piecemeal fashion. In recent weeks, they’ve proposed lowering Medicare’s eligibility age and adding dental, vision and hearing benefits …

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Single-payer health care’s deadly waitlists

Millions of people have canceled doctor’s appointments and postponed elective surgeries over the past 18 months. But now that the pandemic has largely subsided, many patients feel it’s once again safe to seek care. A Gallup poll conducted in May found that nearly 17% of Americans had gone to a …

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The American Left’s Obsession with Government-Run Health Care Defies Reality

Fresh off their successful defense of Obamacare before the U.S. Supreme Court, Democrats are looking to expand government control over the country’s healthcare system. Lawmakers in the House and Senate have requested information on how to create a new public health insurance option. Senate Democrats led by Bernie Sanders, I-Vt., want to lower the …

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Government Health Insurance: An Offer Businesses Should Refuse

Executives at many large corporations want the government to take on a greater role providing health coverage and controlling costs, according to a new Kaiser Family Foundation survey. That seems to indicate big business is sympathetic to the core of the Democrats’ healthcare agenda, including the idea of a public option …

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Extra Time to File Doesn’t Mask Pain of California’s Huge State Tax Burden

California taxpayers – and all Americans were given a bit of breathing room this year when the IRS announced that this year’s tax deadline would be May 17th, instead of the usual April 15th. The extra month given us to pay and file our 2020 taxes doesn’t mean that Californians …

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Government-Sponsored Health Care Roundup: Where The States Stand.

Colorado lawmakers just nixed a bill that would’ve led to the creation of a state-level public health insurance option. Hospitals and doctors argued that their revenues would plummet if a state-run health plan hit the market. The Colorado Hospital Association warned that some of its members would go out of business. That’s not a …

California

Sally C. Pipes Quoted in Capital Public Radio on Single-Payer Health Care

With Latest California Single Payer Health Care Bill Shelved, Advocates Push Newsom For Support By Sammy Caiola Californians who support a single payer health care system say it’s time for Gov. Gavin Newsom to keep his campaign promises and take steps toward making the model a reality. Calls to move …

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Should we Beware the Ides of September?

Gov. Gavin Newsom made waves this week when he said that mandatory state water restrictions could be coming soon to a dry lawn near you. “At the moment, we’re doing great,” Newsom said.  “But if we enter another year of drought – and as you know our water season starts …

California

Gavin Newsom Is Bad For California’s Health

On September 14, the people of California will have the chance—in a recall election—to oust Governor Gavin Newsom. His record over his more than two and a half years in power is checkered. Nowhere is that clearer than on health policy. Early in the pandemic, Newsom instituted some of America’s …

Commentary

The Real Vaccine Skeptics Work at the FDA

Demonstrators in 50 cities across the country took the streets last month to demand a government takeover of America’s health system. The Democrats who control Washington are trying to give those activists what they’re asking for, albeit in piecemeal fashion. In recent weeks, they’ve proposed lowering Medicare’s eligibility age and adding dental, vision and hearing benefits …

Commentary

Let’s Not Repeat Canada’s Healthcare Mistakes

Demonstrators in 50 cities across the country took the streets last month to demand a government takeover of America’s health system. The Democrats who control Washington are trying to give those activists what they’re asking for, albeit in piecemeal fashion. In recent weeks, they’ve proposed lowering Medicare’s eligibility age and adding dental, vision and hearing benefits …

Commentary

Single-payer health care’s deadly waitlists

Millions of people have canceled doctor’s appointments and postponed elective surgeries over the past 18 months. But now that the pandemic has largely subsided, many patients feel it’s once again safe to seek care. A Gallup poll conducted in May found that nearly 17% of Americans had gone to a …

Commentary

The American Left’s Obsession with Government-Run Health Care Defies Reality

Fresh off their successful defense of Obamacare before the U.S. Supreme Court, Democrats are looking to expand government control over the country’s healthcare system. Lawmakers in the House and Senate have requested information on how to create a new public health insurance option. Senate Democrats led by Bernie Sanders, I-Vt., want to lower the …

Commentary

Government Health Insurance: An Offer Businesses Should Refuse

Executives at many large corporations want the government to take on a greater role providing health coverage and controlling costs, according to a new Kaiser Family Foundation survey. That seems to indicate big business is sympathetic to the core of the Democrats’ healthcare agenda, including the idea of a public option …

Blog

Extra Time to File Doesn’t Mask Pain of California’s Huge State Tax Burden

California taxpayers – and all Americans were given a bit of breathing room this year when the IRS announced that this year’s tax deadline would be May 17th, instead of the usual April 15th. The extra month given us to pay and file our 2020 taxes doesn’t mean that Californians …

Commentary

Government-Sponsored Health Care Roundup: Where The States Stand.

Colorado lawmakers just nixed a bill that would’ve led to the creation of a state-level public health insurance option. Hospitals and doctors argued that their revenues would plummet if a state-run health plan hit the market. The Colorado Hospital Association warned that some of its members would go out of business. That’s not a …

California

Sally C. Pipes Quoted in Capital Public Radio on Single-Payer Health Care

With Latest California Single Payer Health Care Bill Shelved, Advocates Push Newsom For Support By Sammy Caiola Californians who support a single payer health care system say it’s time for Gov. Gavin Newsom to keep his campaign promises and take steps toward making the model a reality. Calls to move …

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