By Mary Theroux | Tuesday September 4, 2012 at 10:46 PM PST | 2 Comments
Here I go, dating myself again. In the early 1960s, there was an absolutely horrible game show called “Queen for a Day,” in which each week several women would compete for who had the most pitiful life of hardships. At the end of each show, the audience would vote on who would be—literally, crowned—Queen...
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Tags: American History, Civil Society, Conventions, Elections, Family, Fascism, Imperialism, Mercantilism, Personal Liberty, Presidential Power, Propaganda, Women
By John C. Goodman | at 1:28 PM PST | 6 Comments
As I wrote in my recent book, Priceless: Curing the Healthcare Crisis, there is something rather simple the federal government could do that would have enormous impact in controlling healthcare costs: Allow deposits to FSAs to roll over at year end and grow tax-free. Here’s the backstory. Like HSAs and HRAs, Flexible Spending Accounts...
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Tags: Books, Budget and Tax Policy, employees, employers, flexible spending accounts, Free Market, FSA, health savings accounts, Healthcare, HRA, HSA, Insurance, Obamacare, Privatization, Taxation, Taxes