Commentary

Rumor has it that President Trump will soon issue a sweeping executive order to lower prescription drug prices by fiat. Nothing is set in stone. But the order would reportedly index the government's reimbursements for medicines to the prices that Britain, France, Canada, and other developed nations pay....

It’s good news that the death rate from Covid-19 has trended dramatically downward since April, even as the number of new cases is surging. But it’s far from the whole story. Unlike common colds caused by other coronaviruses, Covid-19 is more than a transient, self-limited respiratory...

Late last month, Oklahoma voters narrowly approved a ballot measure expanding the state's Medicaid program to childless adults making up to 138% of the poverty level under the terms of Obamacare. Missouri could follow suit next month when a similar ballot initiative comes up for...

The COVID-19 trends in the United States are moving in the wrong direction. More than 4,200 deaths occurred during the week of July 5th, and the highest number of new infections in a single day—more than 66,000—was reported on July 10th. As the numbers of cases,...