The National Institutes of Health’s model is socialized medical research. Change is long overdue.
It’s time to deliver a health care system that works for everyone. It’s time for a personal option.
As long as Democrats can dream of new ways to punish their enemies while rewarding criminals and illegal aliens, they will push for these threats against basic American freedom.
Now is not the time to destroy the very capability that has and will save millions of lives around the world from the COVID pandemic.
As the COVID-19 pandemic shows, a national healthcare system, as opposed to a competitive and decentralized system, is the worst choice of all.
Like so many other organizations that began in the service of a reasonable—even noble!—cause, AARP has become merely an excuse to rake in the cash for a handful of executives.
Americans shouldn’t have to be overcharged for their drugs because Congress can’t get its act together and fix the program.
It can be hard to persuade free people to allow their government to intrude into their lives; in the UK, the chief means by which the government convinces the people of their need for that intrusion is the nonstop propaganda telling them that their very lives depend upon the government.
If progressive politicians have their way, the premier healthcare system and the heroic healthcare workers who are saving so many lives will themselves become victims of the legacy of the Coronavirus in the continued march to single-payer healthcare.
Russia illustrates the classic failure of Medicare for All in dealing with pandemics. Yet this is just the sort of system that Bernie Sanders and Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez would love to foist upon America. Are we ready for such an abomination?
The Left has politicized and created a two-tiered justice system, one for the privileged Left and one for its enemies and everyone else. What do you think the Left is going to do with a government-run healthcare system?
The Democrats have probably blown their opportunity to reform healthcare in a bipartisan fashion.
We don’t need to give more power to insurance companies and big government—we need to find a way to make the market work.
AARP purports to be a “nonprofit” organization. But with a $1.2 billion operating budget, questionable business partners, and a history of prioritizing profits over beneficial reforms to seniors, it’s an open question who the group really serves.
The controversial universal health care law known as Obamacare suffered another devastating blow on Wednesday when a lower court struck down its individual mandate provision, […]
If we are to realize the kind of aggressive, innovation-promoting deregulation called for by President Trump, Stephen Hahn will need to disrupt the agency’s built-in bias for overregulation.
It's going to take a multi-pronged approach, but patent reform and drug importation would be a good start.
Older Americans have much to lose and little to gain with Medicare for All or a stepping-stone approach, such as the public option. They have paid into the existing system over their entire working lives, and they will balk at having to subsidize benefits for others if it jeopardizes their own care or sense of security.
The more voters know about the New York senator’s initiative and his heavy-handed efforts to push the agenda of the far-left wing of the Democratic party, the more vigorously they will reject it.
Repealing the Cadillac Tax is a big tax cut for working families. It’s also a big win for middle-class workers and union members, the same people most opposed to Medicare for All.