It’s okay to fantasize about the world we’d like to see, but fantasy is no basis on which to craft public policy.
Tag - health care
House Republicans should prioritize protecting life, liberty, and property. They should promise to increase these liberties with narrow actions on moneys, emergency powers, generics, abortion, immigration, national criminal law, and Ukraine.
Matt Kibbe is joined by Stanford University epidemiologists Jay Bhattacharya and John Ioannidis to discuss the interaction between science and health policy.
Matt Kibbe is joined by Adam Andrzejewski, CEO of Openthebooks.com, to discuss the complex web of payola that exists between major pharmaceutical companies and scientists at the NIH.
By almost any measure, the quality of life in California has dramatically deteriorated in recent years.
By expanding Medicare coverage and increasing government spending on health care, eventually we’ll have a full-fledged universal single-payer system in which the government is the one and only source of health insurance.