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Not Every Health Condition Is Insurable

Not Every Health Condition Is Insurable

With all the discussion over the need for healthcare in the U.S., one question is never asked: is a person’s health insurable?

The Austrian economist Ludwig von Mises helped clarify what types of events are open to insurance when he defined two types of probability. Case probabilitiesare those ...

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Legatus, Largest Catholic Business Organization Obtains Preliminary Injunction in HHS Mandate

ANN ARBOR, MI – Legatus, the Nation's largest organization of top Catholic business CEOs and professional leaders, obtained a Preliminary Injunction against the Federal Government in its case challenging the HHS Mandate. Federal District Judge Robert H. Cleland of the Eastern District of Michigan ...

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Top 10 Broken Obamacare Promises

Top 10 Broken Obamacare Promises

Since the passage of Obamacare in 2010, many of the President’s famous promises have been routinely broken. As he so ironically threatened in 2009, “If you misrepresent what’s in this plan, we will call you out.”[1] To that end, here are 10 promises of Obamacare that have already proved to be ...

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Why Do Employers Do What They Do?

Why Do Employers Do What They Do?

Would employers risk rate employees on their employer health insurance plans if they could? Why don’t they impose a mandate on employees? These questions are asked by Austin Frakt. (See here and here.) In asking them, he is inviting us to compare employer insurance pools with markets such as those ...

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Peonage for the Twenty-First Century

Peonage for the Twenty-First Century

The Common Core exists only because we have forgotten that parents have a right to educate their children. The state has no educational authority of its own apart from what parents delegate to it.

A young man and woman arrive at the office of the town clerk to procure a marriage license. They're ...

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Are We About To Face A Severe Doctor Shortage?

Are We About To Face A Severe Doctor Shortage?

“No, there won’t be a doctor shortage,” wrote Zeke Emanuel and Scott Gottlieb in The New York Times the other day.

ObamaCare will weather that challenge just fine. How? Nurses and other paramedic personnel can substitute for physicians and new technology is making remote monitoring of patients ...

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Krugman: Wrong Again About ObamaCare

Krugman: Wrong Again About ObamaCare

What I’m about to show you is in my opinion an embarrassment to the economics profession and I wish more of my colleagues would express their strong disapproval.

Take a look at the blue line in the chart below. It shows the annual rate of change in U.S. health care spending. Now here is ...

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Common Core Dollars Destroy Opportunities for ADHD Kids

Common Core Dollars Destroy Opportunities for ADHD Kids

Corporations buying into the federal healthcare data system using huge profits made from creating federal tests aligned with Common Core are destroying opportunities for ADHD kids.

The fears of many parents of ADHD kids will likely come true. Their child’s opportunities will be limited by an ...

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Biggest Bullies In The Public Schools: The Education Establishment

Biggest Bullies In The Public Schools: The Education Establishment

We hear a lot about bullying as if it’s as common as cheering at a football game.

 But who is really the Big Bully in our public schools? Who is throwing their weight around all the time?

More specifically, who is insisting on the use of bad methods that never seem to work better this year ...

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