Written by Right Side News
If there is a single issue that most divides economists from non-economists, it’s the way they view prices. Economists view prices as creators of incentives for buyers and sellers. When prices change behavior changes. As a result, prices are mechanisms for determining the allocation of resources. ...
Written by American Dream
Do you know anyone that has been able to get past all of the glitches and sign up for health insurance using one of the Obamacare websites? Thousands of applications have been “started”, but the mainstream media has been desperately searching for someone that has actually been able to ...
Written by Dr. Tim Shepherd
As a family doctor, I have always believed in treating the whole person.
Every person is a unique individual, and you can’t cookie-cutter medical care; it’s individualized. I am concerned about health care under the new law, and my patients are very concerned.
Written by Bruce Deitrick Price
Listening to liberals, you would think the most destructive phenomenon in the US is the so-called War on Women. It’s not really a war on women generally. It’s a war about who will pay for reproductive services plus the eternally tortured dispute about abortion.
Written by Eagle Forum
Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal wants to fundamentally change education in his state. The Wall Street Journal compared Jindal’s school reform program to a “moon shot,” noting “it would be one giant leap for Louisiana students.” (1-31-12) Opponents of the governor’s education program — the teachers ...
Written by John C. Goodman
McDonald’s. Home Depot. Disney. CVS Caremark. Staples. Blockbuster. These are just a few of the employers who have been offering mini med plansto their employees. A typical plan limits the health insurance benefit to $2,000. But McDonald’s, for example, gives employees the option to pay a higher ...
Written by John C. Goodman
Have you ever given money to the food stamp program? Do you know anyone who has?
Actually, some people do occasionally make gifts to federal entitlement programs. But gifts to the entire federal government were a paltry $241 million in 2010, the last year for which statistics are available.
Written by John W. Whitehead
"“A fool with a tool is still a fool. A fool with a powerful tool is a dangerous fool."—Michael Fullan, international school reform authority, on the powerful "tool" that is Common Core
Written by Joana Armie
Gifted education is a term that refers to significant procedures, activities and hypothesis that teachers use to train learners with exceptional talents and skills. Recognizing giftedness in students is a complex process and the government and other players in the education sector should use a ...