Believe it or not, Democrats’ single-payer proposals have gotten significantly worse. Here’s what’s inside the latest bill they filed this week in the House.
At some point, it is worth asking how much of one person’s money is another person entitled to receive? The price of health care must be paid by someone, and there aren’t enough ‘rich’ people to soak.
A health rationing organization’s opinion about so-called quality of life value will soon determine whether CVS customers can receive new prescription drugs and treatments.
Making the government the single-payer of medical care will pit community against community in a fight to claim the largest share of the limited funds available.
No state legislature has passed a single-payer plan, partly because of the high and politically unpopular taxes it would need. Minnesota is considering a wildly tyrannical solution.
A reporter from Politico attempted to add ‘context’ to health-care-related comments the president made at a political rally in Las Vegas. Like Trump, he omitted plenty of key information.
If Bernie Sanders wants to take a ‘victory lap’ for a study arguing that millions of health workers will receive the same amount of money for more work, I have four words: Good luck with that.
Between the tainted milk scandal several years ago that made 300,000 babies sick and the current vaccine scandal, Chinese parents are fed up. They’ve love to have the choices and quality freedom provides.
It wasn’t in the ‘best interests’ of Alfie Evans to die. It was in the best interests of the British welfare state to demonstrate its power.
Single-payer advocates ask what the difference is between Alfie and an American who dies because he is too poor to afford care. It’s not an unfair question, and it deserves an answer.
What we the people understand about life and our duties to defend human dignity is being challenged and found wanting.
Britain’s socialized health service planned to make Kim wait for surgery until a full year after her first kidney stone attack. But I got my husband a next-day appointment in the United States.
Therein lies the choice with government-run health coverage: Huge (and regular) tax increases or rationing. Or both.
The arguments for single-payer are full of ridiculous extrapolations, economically illiterate assumptions, and pie in the sky dreams of abundant providers to treat millions of patients.
Against his parents’ wishes, Britain is preventing an ill infant from getting care, and the legal and social environment in the United States isn’t far away.
In a debate hosted by Mic, The Federalist’s John Davidson tried to explain to a socialist how freer markets could improve our health care system.
After their big election victory there is nothing to stop Republicans from dismantling Obamacare. So naturally they’re figuring out how to blow it.
This viral blog post is the rhetorical equivalent of me saying I had a great trip to the doctor in America, therefore the United Kingdom’s National Health Service sucks.
President Obama implicitly acknowledges ObamaCare has failed—and lays the cards on the table for what we knew was going to be his next step.
When government runs hospitals, clinics, and other health-care institutions, people get worse care for more money.
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