Written by Andrew Bostom
As parents, we have a moral obligation to our children and our Western heritage to combat the corrosive indoctrination on Islam that currently passes for “Islamic education” in public school curricula. That effort must begin by providing our children ready home access to objective, ...
Written by Paul Cooper - NewsRealBlog.com
“When you sell a man a book you don’t sell just twelve ounces of paper and ink and glue – you sell him a whole new life.” - Christopher Hurley
That famous quote by Hurley is exactly what many on the Texas school board are afraid of. Will our young people get “a whole new life” that ignores ...
Written by Stephen Hyde
This is part 4 of 4:
Despite deep flaws that will have to be corrected, the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (ACA) has three aspects that make me optimistic about medical entrepreneurs being able to surmount the law’s barriers and create a consumer-dominated, market-based system of ...
Written by John Goodman
Should the criminal statute that applies to Bernie Madoff also apply to public officials?
I don’t know what it is about public officials and Ponzi schemes, but the former finds the latter irresistibly attractive almost everywhere. Maybe it’s the fact that the law lets them get away with it. They ...
Written by Alex Adrianson
Today marks six months since the passage of Obamacare. Here’s a quick review of what’s happened since then and what we have learned about the law:
Written by The Foundry - Blog.Heritage.org
Last week, The Wall Street Journal reported that several health insurers “plan to raise premiums for some Americans as a direct result of the health overhaul.”
Starting this year, Obamacare prohibits plans from placing lifetime limits on coverage, severely limits rescissions, and requires all plans ...
Written by James C. Capretta
President Barack Obama has repeatedly said, “If you like your health plan, you can keep it.” But is that true?
Most likely not, if your plan is a Medicare Advantage (MA) plan. MA is the “private option” within Medicare in which private health insurers are paid a fixed monthly fee to provide health ...
Written by Tait Trussell - FrontPageMag.com
Regardless of what happens in the November election, the CEO of the American Hospital Association (AHA), Richard Umbdenstock, said, Sept. 16, “Many aspects of health care will remain[.]”
But many hospitals won’t.
Written by Phyllis Schlafly - EagleForum.org
The No Child Left Behind Act, which allowed states to set their own public school standards for "proficiency," is opposed and considered a failure by all factions in the education world. Therefore, we obviously should force all kids in every state to be held to uniform national standards of ...