Written by Andrea Lafferty
August 28, 2009 - Members of the so-called "mainstream media" are going berserk over former Alaska Governor Sarah Palin attacking what she termed "death panels" in President Obama's health care reform legislation.
Written by Newt Gingrich
Facta, non verba.
For those of you who have forgotten your Latin, it means "deeds, not words."
There's been a lot of overheated rhetoric about health care reform, but this saying is one that all Americans should return to when considering plans for a government-dominated health syste
Written by JB WIlliams
For months the Obama administration has been working to scare the hell out of every American concerning a "world wide pandemic" of the H1N1 "swine flu" virus. This week, Obama health officials are out in number warning that the virus will infect 50% of Americans over the coming weeks, and that at ...
Written by Julia A. Seymour
National media ignore Reid, Baucus co-op comparisons to government plan and similarities to HillaryCare.
Business & Media Institute
The threat of a government-run public option plan in health care legislation was frightening enough to spur thousands of people to attend town hall meetings across ...
Written by Frederick Meekins
With Obama seeming to withdraw the so-called "public option" from the healthcare reforms being considered by Congress, many will assume that the battle is now over. However, things may be more dangerous than ever before.
Written by Guy Sorman
Nothing is free-certainly not French health care.
Recently in the New York Times, mystery writer Sara Paretsky published "Le Treatment," the story of how she took her husband, suffering from chest pains during their vacation in France, to a local hospital, where he was treated without delay.
Written by Judy Kent - NationalCenter.org
Soon-to-Be Released Book Tells Dark Side of Public Health Care
Washington D.C.: A timely new book, Shattered Lives: 100 Victims of Government Health Care, abolishes the myths of public health care by telling the personal, real-life stories of ...
Written by Thomas D. Segel - ThomasDSegel.com
[and in only 800 words - NOT 1,117 pages]
Harlingen, Texas, August 23, 2009: There are many who accuse me of being on a tirade when in comes to writing about healthcare reform or healthcare insurance reform or whatever the politicos are calling it today. Having spent the last ten years of my ...
Written by Sultan Knish
The union packed town halls, the boycotts organized against Glenn Beck and Whole Foods, and the entire smear campaign against critics of ObamaCare demonstrates all too clearly that it is the Obama administration and its allies that are afraid of a real debate on health care. After all people who ...