Last week I was a guest on The Rick Amato Show. We discussed the latest issues surrounding Obamacare, including newly discovered taxes in the law, whether Obamacare is here to stay and the real solution for solving America’s health care problems.
A USA Today editorial this week calls for the FDA to be stripped of its power to decree whether dying patients can take experimental drugs that could save their lives. Patients and doctors, the editors write, should be allowed to make this decision without needing the government's permission.
Despite Obamacare’s rocky rollout and continuing implementation problems, proponents insist that what the law is trying to do is fundamentally good. In this talk, given on June 4 at ARI’s headquarters in southern California, I challenge this claim, making the case that nothing about Obamacare is motivated by good intentions.
Advocates of universal coverage seek to create a society in which, if you can’t afford health insurance, the government forces others to provide it for you. What is the moral defense for treating some people as slaves to the needs of others?
We go to doctors because we want their expert medical judgment on what’s ailing us and how to fix it. In the Wall Street Journal, Zane F. Pollard, a pediatric ophthalmologist, writes about what’s routinely interfering with his ability to exercise his best judgment when it comes to treating his patients: government regulations.
A couple weeks ago I pointed readers of this blog to an excellent op-ed in the Wall Street Journal, written by an orthopedic surgeon, Daniel F. Craviotto, who took a stand against growing government control of his livelihood.
Earlier this week I was a guest on The Rick Amato Show on One America News Network. In this roundtable segment, I discuss topics such as Obamacare’s failed exchanges, whether the idea behind the law was a good one, and whether Obamacare is socialism.
Earlier this week I was a guest on The Rick Amato Show on One America News Network. I discussed, among other hot topics, the latest issues surrounding Obamacare. Check out a video of one of my segments.
Kaiser Health News has an informative article busting some common myths about who pays for health care in this country. The article correctly illustrates that most people today have their medical expenses subsidized by others — by either their employers or the government.