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The Matter With Myths

With the fight over the future of the United States health care system now upon us, conservatives find themselves at a tremendous disadvantage. The Democrats are in control of the White House and Congress and they now count as allies many of the same special interest groups, such as insurers, ...
Business & Economics

CTIA Seeking Mobile Health Care Mandate

WASHINGTON — The trade association representing the wireless industry is ramping up its mHealth campaign to raise awareness of the potential of mobile devices to improve the nation’s health care system. CTIA this morning hosted a policy forum featuring medical experts and government officials touting the promise of mobile health ...
Commentary

Massachusetts’ Health Care Reform: Be Careful What You Wish For

The Commonwealth of Massachusetts passed a first in the nation “universal” health care bill in 2006. Massachusetts’ health care plan includes an “individual mandate” and generous subsidies through a quasi-government health insurance plan known as “Commonwealth Care.” So how well are the Democrats in Massachusetts doing at controlling health care ...
Commentary

Health-Care Myths

Fox Business News, June 23, 2009 The Obama administration is now attempting the biggest overhaul of healthcare since Lyndon B. Johnson pushed through Medicare and Medicaid in 1965. But the health care reform debate is riddled with misleading myths taken as fact, myths that are torquing the debate beyond recognition, ...
Health Care

Overdosing on Obama Healthcare

George Stephanopoulos informed ABC television watchers on May 11 that this is “probably the best chance we’ve had in 15 or 16 years to actually get a comprehensive health care plan through.” The major difference between now and 1994, when the Clinton administration failed to push through its healthcare overhaul, ...
Commentary

Government is not your nanny—reject the federal soda tax.

In order to cover the exorbitant cost of President Obama’s universal health care program, the Senate Finance Committee has proposed, among other things, that the government levy additional taxes on alcohol, soda, and other sugar-sweetened beverage. The committee members and their supporters in the health community like the idea because ...
Business & Economics

Does California Need a Commission on the Status of Women?

The California Commission on the Status of Women bills itself as an “independent, non-partisan agency working to advance the causes of women.” That claim invites scrutiny of the Commission’s 2009-2010 priorities. Look at what we find at the very top of their list. “Establish a universal health care system to ...
Commentary

When politics rules medicine

Government rationing of medical services reality in some states WASHINGTON – As the Obama administration and the Democratic Congress move to provide government-controlled health care on a national level, similar experiments in some states suggest medical care can take a backseat to politics and bureaucratic red tape – resulting in ...
Health Care

Obama’s Healthcare Reform Malpractice

OBAMA’S HEALTHCARE REFORM MALPRACTICE Josiah Swampoodle – The only people Obama and congressional leaders are barring from the table in discussions of healthcare reform are people who advocate healthcare reform. You can’t solve a problem by only talking to those who created it. James Ridgway, Unsilent Generation – In a ...
Commentary

Kansas Gov. Sebelius 2nd Choice for HHS

President Barack Obama has nominated Kansas Gov. Kathleen Sebelius (D) to serve as secretary of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. Sebelius is Obama’s second nominee for the post, after his initial selection for HHS and White House health care czar, former U.S. senator Tom Daschle (D-SD), admitted ...
Commentary

The Matter With Myths

With the fight over the future of the United States health care system now upon us, conservatives find themselves at a tremendous disadvantage. The Democrats are in control of the White House and Congress and they now count as allies many of the same special interest groups, such as insurers, ...
Business & Economics

CTIA Seeking Mobile Health Care Mandate

WASHINGTON — The trade association representing the wireless industry is ramping up its mHealth campaign to raise awareness of the potential of mobile devices to improve the nation’s health care system. CTIA this morning hosted a policy forum featuring medical experts and government officials touting the promise of mobile health ...
Commentary

Massachusetts’ Health Care Reform: Be Careful What You Wish For

The Commonwealth of Massachusetts passed a first in the nation “universal” health care bill in 2006. Massachusetts’ health care plan includes an “individual mandate” and generous subsidies through a quasi-government health insurance plan known as “Commonwealth Care.” So how well are the Democrats in Massachusetts doing at controlling health care ...
Commentary

Health-Care Myths

Fox Business News, June 23, 2009 The Obama administration is now attempting the biggest overhaul of healthcare since Lyndon B. Johnson pushed through Medicare and Medicaid in 1965. But the health care reform debate is riddled with misleading myths taken as fact, myths that are torquing the debate beyond recognition, ...
Health Care

Overdosing on Obama Healthcare

George Stephanopoulos informed ABC television watchers on May 11 that this is “probably the best chance we’ve had in 15 or 16 years to actually get a comprehensive health care plan through.” The major difference between now and 1994, when the Clinton administration failed to push through its healthcare overhaul, ...
Commentary

Government is not your nanny—reject the federal soda tax.

In order to cover the exorbitant cost of President Obama’s universal health care program, the Senate Finance Committee has proposed, among other things, that the government levy additional taxes on alcohol, soda, and other sugar-sweetened beverage. The committee members and their supporters in the health community like the idea because ...
Business & Economics

Does California Need a Commission on the Status of Women?

The California Commission on the Status of Women bills itself as an “independent, non-partisan agency working to advance the causes of women.” That claim invites scrutiny of the Commission’s 2009-2010 priorities. Look at what we find at the very top of their list. “Establish a universal health care system to ...
Commentary

When politics rules medicine

Government rationing of medical services reality in some states WASHINGTON – As the Obama administration and the Democratic Congress move to provide government-controlled health care on a national level, similar experiments in some states suggest medical care can take a backseat to politics and bureaucratic red tape – resulting in ...
Health Care

Obama’s Healthcare Reform Malpractice

OBAMA’S HEALTHCARE REFORM MALPRACTICE Josiah Swampoodle – The only people Obama and congressional leaders are barring from the table in discussions of healthcare reform are people who advocate healthcare reform. You can’t solve a problem by only talking to those who created it. James Ridgway, Unsilent Generation – In a ...
Commentary

Kansas Gov. Sebelius 2nd Choice for HHS

President Barack Obama has nominated Kansas Gov. Kathleen Sebelius (D) to serve as secretary of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. Sebelius is Obama’s second nominee for the post, after his initial selection for HHS and White House health care czar, former U.S. senator Tom Daschle (D-SD), admitted ...
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