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Prager: As America Has Become More Secular, It Has Become Less Free

Here is something any honest person must acknowledge: As America has become more secular, it has become less free. Individuals can differ as to whether...

Prager: Imagine No Big Cities

Remember John Lennon's silly song, "Imagine"?  Well, here's my (much shorter) version. Imagine if some of the biggest cities in America seceded from their states. Imagine...

Senator’s Report Provides Alternative Long-Term Care Policy

Instead of increasing the role of government in long-term care, the administration should offer more support to family members who provide care to their elderly loved ones, says Sen. Tim Scott’s report.

Panel Gives States Pass in Collecting Assets for Medicaid Long-Term Care – Commentary

Without estate recovery, an enormous source of private LTC financing (home equity) is lost forever and Medicaid channels the wealth to heirs at the expense of program resources that should go to the poor.

Lies, Damn Lies, and Things Randi Weingarten Says: Letter to a Teachers Union President

By Larry Sand Oy vey, old friend! As you well know, I have written several heartfelt emails to you over the years, pointing out my concern...

NJ Under Fire for Failing to Protect Nursing Home Residents from COVID

“The directive issued by the state’s Department of Health “essentially forced [nursing homes] to take COVID-19 positive patients.” 

Cuomo Under Fire for Stalling on Nursing Home Death Data

"It appears the Governor panicked and then covered up the tragic results.”

Clarity in Trump’s Wake: An Essay

The United States of America is now a classic oligarchy. The clarity that it has brought to our situation by recognizing this fact is...

Medicaid Puts Nursing Homes at Risk for Pandemic: Interview

"Medicaid reimburses nursing homes only about 80 percent of the private-pay rate and often less than the cost of providing the care, according to the American Health Care Association. Consequently, nursing homes heavily dependent on Medicaid have difficulty hiring and retaining enough quality caregivers at the very low salaries they can afford to pay."

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