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New York Now Authorizes Killing This Newborn Baby!

Posted on February 20, 2019 6:52 pm By admin in Featured Article

Legislating Infanticide ~ Legalizing Murder The desire to avoid deeply disturbing realities by ducking into some alternate mental universe is a natural human reaction. The political vitriol coupled with the awful implications of the things we see and hear on any given day makes looking for some emotional escape hatch almost irresistible. Believe me, I would […]

The purpose of the university is no longer the pursuit of knowledge

Posted on October 10, 2018 12:59 pm By admin in Featured Article

By Heather Mac Donald The diversity bureaucracy has finally swallowed an entire college. San Diego State University has just named to its presidency a vice chancellor of student affairs and campus diversity, hired from the University of California, Davis. The new SDSU president, Adela de la Torre, is a peerless example of the intersection of […]

The Modern Potemkin Village

Posted on July 20, 2018 12:31 am By admin in Featured Article

Electronic Medical Records: The Potemkin Village of Healthcare By Gerard J. Gianoli, M.D. We don’t work for any insurance company.  We work only for you, the patient. Legend has it that in 1787 Grigory Potemkin erected a fake portable settlement along the banks of the Dnieper River in order to fool Empress Catherine II during […]

Having health insurance is not the same as receiving health care

Posted on April 3, 2018 5:06 am By admin in Featured Article

By Kenneth Lin, MD That is not original. I borrowed it from Los Angeles County Department of Health Services Director Mitchell Katz’s JAMA Internal Medicine editorial about problems with ensuring access to health care for Medicaid recipients whose cheap public insurance usually doesn’t even pay doctors enough to recoup costs of care, let alone earn a living. 

Hamilton’s Curse

Posted on January 4, 2018 4:59 am By admin in Featured Article

Hamilton’s Curse: How Jefferson’s Arch Enemy Betrayed the American Revolution-and What It Means for Americans Today by Thomas J. Dilorenzo (Author) Thomas Jefferson and Alexander Hamilton–two of the most influential Founding Fathers–were also fierce rivals with two opposing political philosophies and two radically different visions for America. While Jefferson is better remembered today, it is […]

The HealthCare Debate is Misdirected

Posted on January 26, 2017 7:13 am By admin in Featured Article

For Healthcare to be truly patient oriented and directed it has to be entrepreneurial Government directed Healthcare can never be truly patient friendly How Did We Get Here? The US Healthcare debate has been “what should or can the government do to solve the healthcare crises since the New Deal in the 1933 and following. […]

The Medicare Monster Concluded

Posted on October 26, 2016 7:12 am By admin in Featured Article

A cautionary tale-Part IV Hospitals have adapted to the system by qualifying patients for more tests and procedures, by shifting patients to different DRG designations that carry a higher reimbursement rate, and especially by shifting patients from hospital to outpatient settings, which shifts the cost to the supplemental-insurance program. An HCFA official told us: “There […]

The Medicare Monster, A cautionary tale-Part III

Posted on July 26, 2016 7:03 am By admin in Featured Article

A cautionary tale-Part III The deliberations about the cost of the hospital-insurance program make for a fascinating and almost comical story. Because it is hard to predict changes in medical technology and hospital costs, it was decided that the program could only be projected out 25 years, instead of the 75-year horizon that is used […]

The Medicare Monster Continued

Posted on July 10, 2016 11:50 am By admin in Featured Article

A cautionary tale-Part II The deliberations about the cost of the hospital-insurance program make for a fascinating and almost comical story. Because it is hard to predict changes in medical technology and hospital costs, it was decided that the program could only be projected out 25 years, instead of the 75-year horizon that is used […]

The Medicare Monster

Posted on January 10, 2016 11:44 am By admin in Featured Article

A cautionary tale-Part I Steven Hayward & Erik Peterson from the January 1993 issue – WSJ The scene is Capitol Hill. It’s the year 2035. Thousands of elderly protesters assemble outside the Capitol building. Inside, the House Ways and Means Committee meets to enact huge cuts in both Medicare and the national health-insurance program. Members are reluctant to take this […]