Written by NIA
The National Inflation Association today issued a warning to all Americans of a potential outbreak of hyperinflation in the U.S. by year 2015 caused primarily by the healthcare bill and rising interest payments on our national debt.
Medicare was created in 1966 at a cost of $3 billion per year and ...
Written by The Traditional Values Coalition
March 19, 2010 - The Governor of Idaho has just signed a measure that requires his Attorney General to sue the federal government if ObamaCare is signed into law.
Governor C.L. Otteris the first state chief executive to sign such a measure in response to the impending takeover of our health care ...
Written by Republican Leader Press Office
Administration Actuary Can't Analyze Health Bill Before Final Vote
Even the Administration's Chief Actuary at HHS cannot provide cost analysis of latest Democrat health spending bill before the vote.
Written by CCAGW
The Council for Citizens Against Government Waste (CCAGW) today called upon Congress to reject any attempts to alter the nation's healthcare system using parliamentary gimmicks and urged members to vote against the bill. The letter, which was sent to the entire House of Representatives and can be viewed ...
Written by JudicialWatch.org
Judicial Watch Sues HHS to Obtain Documents Related to President Obama's Closed-Door Health Care Meetings
Judicial Watch, the public interest group that investigates and prosecutes government corruption, announced today that it filed a lawsuitagainst the Obama Department of Health and Human ...
Written by John R. Graham
Nevada, Hawaii, New Mexico, South Dakota, and Georgia will see significant reductions in dollars available to fund Medicaid and State Children's Health Insurance Programs
San Francisco, March 17, 2010 - Today the Pacific Research Institute (PRI), a free-market think tank based in ...
Written by J. D. Longstreet
"The longest suicide note in history" is not a phrase I came up with. I stole it from some talking head on TV. For the life of me, I cannot remember his name. But, whoever said it was "spot on!"
Written by John Goodman
Most providers don't compete for patients either on price or on quality. Since out-of-pocket payments by patients are well below the true cost of their care, demand exceeds supply and services are rationed by waiting - just like in Canada. In such an environment, quality improvements do not ...
Written by Dr. Morder Krankenhaus
America is suffering from a most tragic health care epidemic. An epidemic that can be tracked to its reliance on an old and inefficient system of patients paying to see doctors when they get sick. This at a time when every advanced nation such as Cuba and England, has adopted a program in which ...