Tag: Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act

Obama’s Trifecta: The 3 Biggest Lies »

With his latest ad, “Your First Time,” President Barack Obama has now completed his trifecta on the the 3 Biggest Lies in the World. You remember those, don’t you? #1: The check is in the mail. #2: I’m from the government and I’m here to help you. #3: Of course I’ll still respect you...
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The Benefits of Ideal Health Insurance »

Three features of ideal health insurance would make it especially superior to the health insurance arrangements that prevail today, as I outline in my recent book, Priceless: Curing the Healthcare Crisis. Ideal Health Insurance Is Patient Centered A large portion of our healthcare dollars would be placed in accounts that we individually own and control....
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ConGameCare »

“Con game,” of course, is slang for “Confidence trick,” which Wikipedia describes as: Confidence tricks exploit typical human characteristics such as greed, dishonesty, vanity, honesty, compassion, credulity, irresponsibility, desperation and naïveté. As such, there is no consistent profile of a confidence trick victim; the common factor is simply that the victim relies on the...
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How Much Do You Trust the Government? Politics, Patients, and Perverse Incentives »

Just as noneconomists think wages can be set at any level, some people think that any public policy is possible. If wages are judged to be too low, the noneconomist thinks that’s because the business owner is hardhearted. If a public policy is judged insufficiently generous, the person unfamiliar with public choice thinks that...
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Surprise! Health Care Bill “Likely to Top” $1 Trillion “Budget” »

Obama’s promised “unofficial budget” of $1 trillion over 10 years for his health care overhaul has already been busted, according to this AP story today: Spending not accounted for in its original estimates could bring the total price tag for the healthcare reform law to more than $1 trillion, according to the Congressional Budget...
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