The late, great Nobel Laureate economist Milton Friedman said it best: “There’s no such thing as a free lunch.” Friedman’s pithy proverb reminds us that there is also no “free health care.”
U.S. District Judge Vince Chhabria of California preliminary rejected a lawsuit Wednesday from states challenging the Trump administration’s decision to stop paying out Obamacare subsidies.
We may never find out if the state was corrupt or incompetent in regard to the EB-5 scandal. Victims may never get justice. Is that how we want our health care system to work, too?
For 8.9 million low-income children in America, parents aren’t the first decision-makers in health care. For families enrolled in the State Children’s Health Insurance Program, politicians choose what coverage is best for the children.
States without certificate of need laws have lower costs, better outcomes and more access to health care. It’s time to subject our CON laws and the Green Mountain Care Board to a certificate of need process. I think we’ll find we don’t need either of them.
Told her children would be barred from school if she didn’t sign required health forms, a mom from Woodstock, Vermont, has agreed to say the state provided “evidence-based” information on vaccines, even though she believes the information lacks scientific backing.
Certificate of need resource allocations by government bureaucrats can’t replace private decisions by health care entrepreneurs, nor can they lead to better outcomes and less costly delivery of services to consumers.
What does Bernie really want? More power, centralized, in the government, to be controlled by him and the rest of the clown show that thinks it’s qualified to make decisions on your behalf.
As nice as Medicare for All may sound, Sanders’ proposal is a classic example of a bait and switch. Once the consumer is lured by the slogan, he is suddenly hooked by a reality far less enticing.