Tagged: Healthcare

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How a Warning Became a Plan

The problem with the idea of executive orders left untouchable by future executive orders.

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COVID-19: A New Black Plague?

Not everything in America is about race. But when it comes to the coronavirus, race very well could play a factor.

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Of Poverty, Cancer, Bureaucracy, and Death

This is how a vibrant 50 year old woman goes from active to death’s threshold in a few weeks’ time. It all happened faster than the wheels of bureaucracy turn.

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Oxycodone and Me

In which our hero is nearly mistaken for a drug addict but ultimately gets the help he needs.

Biden Sings Same Song, Second Verse

Democratic primary frontrunner Joe Biden was unveiling his healthcare proposal, and the tagline he laid on folks sounds strangely familiar.

Cuff the Midwife

A horrible story raises age-old questions about regulation, medical care, and people who make money insisting they know better than trained professionals.

Socialized Healthcare and Paternalism

When we all pay entirely for everyone else’s healthcare, everyone’s health becomes everyone’s business. This has real consequences for issues of lifestyle freedom, as choices that should only impact my health become issues others can object to.

Virginia 33rd State to Expand Medicaid

Earlier this week, Virginia became the 33rd State to pass legislation expanding Medicaid. While the national conversation still mostly focuses on the Affordable Care Act, colloquially known as Obamacare, the majority of states have quietly expanded government-run healthcare options.

By a thousand cuts.

Another example of why we need to resist the siren call of “free healthcare.”