Health/Health Care Policy

How to Reform Health Care

By John Biver

…and how not to reform health care. Click here to see the entire list of more recent articles tagged “Health/Health Care Policy” on this website. From Grace-Marie Turner: Conservatives Unite Around Health Reform Ideas…

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ObamaCare Is the Embodiment of Fiscal Disaster

By John Biver

One of my favorites, Grace-Marie Turner, addresses Obamacare: The American people figured out very early in the health reform debate that you can’t create a new entitlement that finances health insurance for 30 million…

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Alternatives to Health Insurance Mandates

By John Biver

In a relatively short post titled “Mandates vs. Free-Riders,” Health Care policy expert John Goodman does what very few Republican Party elected officials do – he explains the solution to an important current policy…

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Romneycare: A Model for Failure

By John Biver

Mike Shedlock’s latest column is worth reading (his nickname is ‘Mish’): Here is an interesting email from reader “George” on his experiences with Romneycare. Hello Mish, Here is my personal experience with socialized medical…

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ObamaCare vs. The Commerce Clause

By John Biver

From Richard A. Epstein: If Congress can regulate health care, it can regulate everything under the sun. As everyone knows, the dispute over the individual mandate under the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act…

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If Air Travel Worked Like Health Care

By John Biver

A friend out east brought this to my attention – it’s linked at the Cato Institute’s website here. It’s 7 minutes – but it makes the point brilliantly. To learn more about the very…

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Medicare is Lousy Health Insurance

By John Biver

If John Goodman is right – and I suspect he is – it’s another HUGE example of how government screws up almost everything massively: “How many people do you know who pay three health…

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Pulling the plug on Obamacare

By John Biver

Court challenges will cast critical eye at constitutionality By J. Matt Barber The Washington Times Obamacare is like turnip greens: bitter and hard to swallow, but Mommy made you choke them down anyway. The…

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