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Market Realities Finally Catch Up with the Red Cross

A rhetorical question for readers of all economic classes: on a normal, disaster-free day, is the American Red Cross your go-to when you’re sick, hungry, lacking clothes, or in search of life’s necessities?

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If American Healthcare Kills, European Healthcare Kills More

The moral argument for universal healthcare is simple: more people receiving medical care means fewer preventable deaths. If universal healthcare, such as single-payer, leads to less death, then it is obviously the superior moral choice. Add a comment

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Your House Does Not Need a New Roof at My Expense

Pardon the pun, but I would like to discuss the subject of “sunk costs” in the context of hurricane-induced flooding.

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California Considers Economic Suicide with Single-Payer Health Care

In the Dirty Harry movies, one of Clint Eastwood’s famous lines is “Go ahead, make my day.”

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The Scandalous Truth about Obamacare Is Laid Bare

It’s not just that Obamacare is financially unsustainable. More seriously, it is intellectually unsustainable, even though this truth has been slow to emerge. This has come to an end with President Trump’s executive order.

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This Is Why Government Shouldn’t Be Involved in Health Care

The Republican-controlled House vote to “repeal Obamacare” – if that is what this was – was a stunning mess.

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The Joys of Getting Fired

Former FBI head James Comey was grumpy about being fired but he handled it well, at first. Then his boss took after him and publicly characterized the event in a way that Comey found offensive. So Comey ramped it up and disputed the account in an attempt to get his boss fired. Now they are involved in an angry tit for tat of mutual recrimination.

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Brent D. Gardner, CLU, ChFC