n a short period of time, we have had some remarkable accomplishments. Here is a brief summary.
Spending Plan, The $3.5 Trillion Mistake!
This article was coauthored by Linda Gorman, director of health care at the Independence Institute in Denver, Colorado.
Left-wing Democrats in Congress have decided on a new version of “Medicare for All.” Turns out its going to be nothing like the Medicare program seniors are used to. What they have in mind is what we see in Canada.
The Federal Reserve System is paying banks not to lend money under an Obama era policy.
One of the very first things all students learn in their first economics course is the meaning of the word “cost.”
A new congressional resolution explicitly states what an ideal health system should look like: It should take care of sick people.
The percent of the population with private health insurance actually declined during the eight years of the Obama presidency, according to a new study produced by the Goodman Institute.
Although widely reported in the national news media, the claim that most of the benefits of tax reform are going to the wealthy is wrong according to economists whose ideas were used in shaping the legislation that was enacted last year.
A new Treasury ruling will allow people to buy health insurance that has lower premiums, lower deductibles and broader provider networks, according to a health economist who has studied Obamacare.