Michael T. Hamilton
Michael T. Hamilton
Michael Hamilton
Michael T. Hamilton is The Heartland Institute’s research fellow for health care policy, author of the weekly Consumer Power Report, and managing editor of Health Care News, an online and print newspaper read by market-minded health-care professionals, policy analysts, and 56 percent of lawmakers.
Another Obamacare Catch-22: Break The Constitution Or Subsidize Insurance Premiums

Violating the U.S. Constitution could save federal taxpayers more money than stopping illegal Obamacare payments to health insurers, according to a new report.

If Obamacare Covers My Health Insurance, Who Will Cover My Time?

On average, patients spend 121 minutes waiting and traveling to enjoy a paltry eight minutes of face time with their doctor during appointments.

Why You Spend Two Hours To See Your Doctor For 8 Minutes

Your doctor could go broke if he looks at you for longer than a ‘Scrubs’ episode.

Shock Your Doctor: Ditch Insurance And Pay In Cash

We belong to a growing minority of American patients who not only lack health insurance—we like lacking it, and we like the health care we buy, too.

Obama Administration Lets Spy Jonathan Pollard Walk And Pastor Saeed Abedini Rot

Only a policy of appeasement explains how an Israeli spy mattered to the Iran deal when an American prisoner did not.

From Austin To Dallas, In The Traveler’s Notebook

How long has it been since you’ve gone people-watching?

Thou Shalt Not Tolerate The Quivering Jew

How victimization and intolerant tolerance threaten sane notions of democratic rights.

For Father’s Day, I’m Doping My Kids

This Father’s Day, my children and I are doping. Don’t look at us that way. Your family did it, too.

3 Reasons It’s Not Libertarians Making Americans Unhappy

The United Nations’ 2015 ‘World Happiness Report’ contains blind spots and logical leaps about libertarian personalities, morality, and ideology

How The Iran Bill Weakens Senate Oversight While Trying To Preserve It

If the Corker-Menendez bill passes as is, the president could execute the same weak Iran agreement that he was going to enter unilaterally—while now claiming legitimacy.