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Reassessing Trump’s Progress in Health Reform

Published on January 28, 2018 By sirrahc

Most of us — well, those of us on the political Right, anyway — are frustrated with the fact that Obamacare (ACA) has not been completely done away with. When the Senate failed to pass the American Health Care Act of 2017 (AHCA), which would have been at least a partial repeal, the President received […]

Brits Learn that Hospital Competition is Good for Patients

Published on February 2, 2011 By sirrahc

Normally, when a conservative such as I mentions healthcare in the UK, it is to decry the largely socialist nature of their system — complete with reports of people waiting for years to get treatment or surgery, plus the occasional horror story from the news of people literally dying of neglect in their hospital beds […]

Better Ideas from Republicans, Part Deux

Published on February 23, 2010 By sirrahc

In my original post titled “So, Republicans Don’t Have Any Better Ideas, Huh?“, I explained some of the healthcare reform ideas proposed by Congressmen Paul Ryan, R-WI, and Tom Price, R-GA. I also mentioned the “GOP Solutions for America” document given the President by John Boehner, R-OH. One of my readers reminded me that Sen. […]

Obama's Health Care Summit Sham

Published on February 21, 2010 By sirrahc

Thursday, Feb. 25, 2010, is the date for the new “health care summit”, where President Obama requested to meet with Congressional Democrats and Republicans alike to, hopefully, make progress toward passing a healthcare overhaul bill. “We’re going to move forward the Democratic proposal — we hope the Republicans have one too,” Obama said. “And we’ll […]

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