As we pray rationing of care never affects hospitals in any state, we must prepare, starting with the premise that every life is equally precious.
American’s should be deeply troubled that a man Biden is looking to for advice on COVID is someone who hopes to die at 75 and has publicly supported rationing care for the elderly.
The incident suggests the Michigan governor’s office is either over its head in handling the pandemic, purposefully playing politics during the crisis, or both.
America has the best health care system in the world, but as we brace for COVID-19’s ongoing effects, we’re faced with the reality that we almost certainly will need even more bold and decisive national action.
Gov. Andrew Cuomo is flat wrong. Entities in both the United States and elsewhere—including within his own government—regularly put a dollar figure on human life.
Now that Bloomberg is running for the Democratic nomination, he’s come around to supporting Obamacare. But he used to admit it was garbage.
One of the worst things that could happen to health care in the United States would be for it to head down the road of NHS-style, bureaucratic rationing.
Giving bureaucrats the power to deny access to health care could have devastating consequences for some of the most vulnerable Americans.
When push comes to shove, few liberals can justify their support for per capita caps on Medicare, but opposition to similar caps in Medicaid.
We can’t meet every health need because every single person in this world is deteriorating. Someone must make decision about when health care is worthwhile and when it is not.
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