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Hospitals Plan for More Medicaid/Self-Pay Patients

Seventy percent of executives at 150 health care systems expect a decrease in commercially insured patients over the next 12 months.

YouTube Censors Physician’s Video on Treating Covid-19

On November 4, You Tube informed Peter McCullough, M.D. that it was removing his video, “COVID-19 Telemedicine and Home Supplies and Medications for Early Ambulatory Treatment,” because it violated the platforms “community guidelines.”

“Social Distancing” Comes in Handy to Block Poll Watchers

We cannot allow COVID to be used as a cover for the subversion of our election integrity.

The Great Barrington Declaration

"Current lockdown policies are producing devastating effects on short- and long-term public health."

Top Infectious Disease Experts Urge End to Lockdowns

Three of the world’s top epidemiologists have collected thousands of signatures from prominent scientists and members of the public from around the world calling on governments to end public lockdowns in response to the COVID-19 pandemic and focus on protecting the vulnerable.

Free Speech and Liberal Education–Two Endangered Pillars of Society

By George Leef Fifteen years ago, American higher education was beset with serious problems, especially rising costs, politicization of the curriculum, the mania over diversity, and falling academic standards. At that time, however,...

Singer Van Morrison to Release Lockdown Protest Songs

"It’s about freedom of choice, I believe people should have the right to think for themselves.”

Reformers Offer Ways to Remove Government from the Exam Room

“The nation faces a clear choice between two paths for America’s health care future,” states an open letter accompanying the report. “One path is largely controlled by the government, where you get few choices and no options to escape."

Trump Moves Forward on Patient-Focused Health Care

The executive order, released September 24, lists dozens of actions, mostly through executive order while Congress grapples with issues such as surprise billing, virtual medicine, employer-funded accounts, posted prices, and personal and portable health insurance.

Birx Admits False Positive Tests, Media Ignores

Birx, a member of the White House Coronavirus Task Force, agreed that PCR tests are unable to distinguish between the active infectious virus and viral debris.

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