Health Care

Special Interests Infect Health Care Reform


National expenditures on health care as a percentage of GDP and as an outright expense will rise with the reforms President Obama signs into law. Choices will decline and coercion will climb as bureaucrats struggle to contain soaring costs. As pending health care reforms swell our medical expenditures bubble, the nation’s slide will accelerate.

Obama-care: A Mixed and Heavy Bag


President Obama’s national health care agenda is big, bad, and bold. It is also better in various important respects than what we have currently. However, it is fatally flawed. The seriousness of the flaws outweighs the plan’s efficacies and virtues. As a result, the U.S. Congress should reject this legislation and address the fact that the nation consumes too much expensive but ineffectual health care.

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