What We’re Watching – August 14

What We’re Watching – August 14

Tim Anaya – Reforming Patient Costs at the Pharmacy

In the latest video in the Pacific Research Institute “Escape the Drug Pricing Maze” series, the Professor and Pete must collect 3 keys to finally escape the drug pricing maze. The first key involves reforms to increase drug affordability for patients who buy their drugs at a pharmacy. The Professor shows Pete that these reforms should ensure that prices are transparent, easy to understand, and help patients benefit from the large discounts that are being paid.

Rowena Itchon – Sing Gently

The largest virtual choir ever assembled — the video “Sing Gently” features 17,572 choristers from 129 countries performing together virtually.

Ben Smithwick – The Truth About Homelessness, Compassion & Covid-19 Laid Bare

In this Discovery Institute webinar, Christopher Rufo examines how the coronavirus has laid bare the role that addiction and mental illness plays in creating and perpetuating homelessness and reveals why cities like Seattle, San Francisco, and L.A. are descending into even greater chaos.

Kerry Jackson – The Primary Purpose of Government is Protecting Life, Liberty & Property

An important election is coming up and this video could help voters decide what kind of future they want for America.

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