KM–a friend of mine and Cubbie’s–is a physician in Central Kentucky. Here is her response to my recent post: Here is an example for you… I am a small business owner (8 employees plus myself) who has provided group health insurance since opening my business. Six of those employees were covered by health insurance and […]
The way ObamaCare is working, it’s quite possible that a third of Americans who currently HAVE health insurance may lose it. This includes people who had employer-funded coverage who stand to get dropped, as well as those who have private plans that are no-longer in compliance and who now must sign up for one of […]
CBS News is reporting record lows for President Obama’s approval rating as well as overwhelming lack of support for ObamaCare by the American public. Those approval numbers are well-deserved, as ObamaCare has been a complete and utter disaster. While the failures of the website have been nothing short of catastrophic, they pale in comparison to […]
Either President Obama has absolutely no clue how the real world works–and this is possible, as he went from academia to community organizer to politician–or he is trying deliberately to destroy the American health care system. Fact is, businesses have spent the last three years preparing for the implementation of ObamaCare. That was passed by […]
This is your government, marketing ObamaCare.
While John Stossel does not get into some of the larger issues–such as the fact that we are footing the bill for the socialist medicine (including price controls for pharmaceuticals) in Canada and England–he does get it on fundamental issues related to insurance.
ADULT stem cells, that is. In this case, patients’ own heart cells were used to re-grow heart tissue.
So far, season 13 of The Biggest Loser is well short of the hype of its mantra: “No Excuses”. At this point, nearly every one of the contestants–except, save, a couple of the older fogeys–is but a scheming game-player who won’t act like a grownup. The “red” team has been a colossal disappointment, as none […]
His latest post–about medical costs and the inability of government to spend at the current levels of growth on a sustained basis–is spot-on. Aside from the pure government spending side of this, there are other monster issues that need to be addressed, particularly (a) the government-medical-financial complex and (b) the impact of price controls in […]
Well, not all of them. Just this one. Perhaps she should get together with this guy.