How the Mandate Amendment Coalition will save America from the corporatism that will result form Obamacare and the supreme court chief justice Roberts’ decision.
What will happen when the prescient is set in stone that American politicians can combine their taxing power with corporate money? Mandates for just about everything, next is vaccinations.
How can we learn from history what happens when products and services are imposed upon the American people by the government? The impending problems in the health care industry can be seen in other, similar efforts in history. And the worst is yet to come as government uses more and more its new right to force citizens to buy the products and services of private companies.
Want to know why Romney lost the election in 2012? Here is your answer. The GOP will not like this, but it is the truth.
Students blame teachers, teachers blame families, families blame teachers, Democrats blame the lack of funding and Republicans blame the unions. There is truth to all sides of the discussion as much as there are falsehoods.
Who and what are really important, and how can this truly change?
The idea of rationing health care became a very popular topic within Bioethics circles after the passage of the Affordable Care Act, aka, “ObamaCare”. Many conferences and journal articles dealt with the issue, particularly surrounding the issues of “fairness” and “end of life care.” As this report shows, not only do bioethicists advocate rationing, but some have learned to not use the word, and they freely admit that they believe rationing to be inevitable.
How does one be creative? Is it learned or is it innate? Like so many things in life, there is no definitive answer. There are those who are creative by nature and those who find it a challenge, yet even the most creative people have moments of difficulty and failure, just as those who are creatively challenged can have moments of true ingenuity.
Markets and Morals by Nicholas D. Kristof is a perfect example of how morality in American society has progressed beyond the absurd. Kristof’s complete and utter ignorance of his country and economics, coupled with his ability to be published in a supposed prestigious publication as the New York Times, illustrates that people of character and wisdom are few and far between today …