AnneMarie Schieber

AnneMarie Schieber is a research fellow at The Heartland Institute and managing editor of Health Care News, Heartland's monthly newspaper for health care reform.
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Polls Show Perceptions of COVID-19 Wildly Off

Two separate polls show U.S. adults are grossly misinformed about COVID risks.

Confidence at Stake in Mass Vaccine Campaign

Despite the fact that most individuals have less than a one percent chance of dying from COVID-19,  there is a big push for everyone to be vaccinated against the virus.

Americans Should ‘Just Say No’ to Vaccine Passports – Commentary

"The truth, understood by well-balanced adults, is that there is no safety in this world, and our overlords’ attempts after a chimerical perfect safety are far more dangerous than any viral disease."

Report Finds New York Undercounted Nursing Home Deaths by 68 Percent

"This was really a great example of how New York made this statistical maneuver in order to present itself as doing better in protecting nursing home residents than they really were."

Restrictions, Masks Fail to Stop COVID Case Growth

Michigan, New Jersey, New York, Rhode Island, and Delaware were listed as the highest “red” level, or “unchecked community spread” states for COVID-19 case growth.

Presumption of Guilt: Physicians Blamed for Racial Health Disparities – Commentary

Looking at public policy problems through the lens of race is in itself a form of racism. Do woke warriors think about that?

CDC Director Blames ‘Young People’ for Virus Spread

”I understand that people are tired and that they are ready for this pandemic to be over, as am I. Please continue to do the things that we know prevent the spread of the virus.”

Author: There is a Solution to COVID But Government Won’t Tell you

Pandemic Blunder is the kind of book you will want to secretly mail to people who have relied on the media for information about COVID and have been living in terror for the past year.

Short-Term Plans Makes Health Insurance Cheaper for All, Study Shows

States that have increased access to STLDI plans have been able to keep more people in the insurance market, which has had a positive impact on premiums for plans on the Obamacare exchanges.

Spending Bill Enriches High-Income Households, Health Insurers

A family of four earning $212,000 a year could receive $11,000 in tax credits if they purchase a plan from the Obamacare exchanges.

AnneMarie Schieber

AnneMarie Schieber is a research fellow at The Heartland Institute and managing editor of Health Care News, Heartland's monthly newspaper for health care reform.

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Polls Show Perceptions of COVID-19 Wildly Off

Two separate polls show U.S. adults are grossly misinformed about COVID risks.

Confidence at Stake in Mass Vaccine Campaign

Despite the fact that most individuals have less than a one percent chance of dying from COVID-19,  there is a big push for everyone to be vaccinated against the virus.

Americans Should ‘Just Say No’ to Vaccine Passports – Commentary

"The truth, understood by well-balanced adults, is that there is no safety in this world, and our overlords’ attempts after a chimerical perfect safety are far more dangerous than any viral disease."

Report Finds New York Undercounted Nursing Home Deaths by 68 Percent

"This was really a great example of how New York made this statistical maneuver in order to present itself as doing better in protecting nursing home residents than they really were."

Restrictions, Masks Fail to Stop COVID Case Growth

Michigan, New Jersey, New York, Rhode Island, and Delaware were listed as the highest “red” level, or “unchecked community spread” states for COVID-19 case growth.

Presumption of Guilt: Physicians Blamed for Racial Health Disparities – Commentary

Looking at public policy problems through the lens of race is in itself a form of racism. Do woke warriors think about that?

CDC Director Blames ‘Young People’ for Virus Spread

”I understand that people are tired and that they are ready for this pandemic to be over, as am I. Please continue to do the things that we know prevent the spread of the virus.”

Author: There is a Solution to COVID But Government Won’t Tell you

Pandemic Blunder is the kind of book you will want to secretly mail to people who have relied on the media for information about COVID and have been living in terror for the past year.

Short-Term Plans Makes Health Insurance Cheaper for All, Study Shows

States that have increased access to STLDI plans have been able to keep more people in the insurance market, which has had a positive impact on premiums for plans on the Obamacare exchanges.

Spending Bill Enriches High-Income Households, Health Insurers

A family of four earning $212,000 a year could receive $11,000 in tax credits if they purchase a plan from the Obamacare exchanges.