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.

Reformers Consider Priorities in Fixing Health Care

At a leading public policy conference, health care reformers met to determine the best path forward in releasing the nation’s health care market from...

Children, Teens Paid Psychological Price for School Closures

“The disruption of children’s education and socialization will haunt us for years to come in terms of earning potential and mental health.”

Is Fauci the Fall Guy?

Fauci is being offered up as a distraction from the larger story that a fairly bad annual flu was weaponized as a means of taking down the re-election of Donald Trump.

Evidence Increasingly Points to Wuhan Lab as Origin of COVID-19

“It takes courage and integrity to deal directly with countries such as China where moral concerns and bioethics in medical and scientific research are dangerously lacking,”

Computer Models Find New Uses for Old Drugs

This use of artificial intelligence to determine “drug repurposing” has the potential to save pharmaceutical and clinical researchers time and money in the search for therapeutic drugs.

Yale Expert, British Rocker Ruffle Feathers by Criticizing COVID Vaccine

As the nation appears to be approaching herd immunity, accompanied by a gradual return to normal economic and social activity, the role of vaccines in ridding the U.S. of the pandemic is a hot topic.

Democrats Silent Over “Private, For-Profit” Companies Managing Medicaid

When it comes to public education, the Democratic Party makes no secret of its disdain of “public” money going to fund “private, for-profit” companies to run charter schools.

Medicine Should be Science, Not Social Science – Commentary

When the social sciences can turn medicine into subjectivism, it becomes an authoritative venture. How else to explain the censorship of clinical discussion and evidence relating to early treatment protocols for COVID-19?

Wokeness Enters the Exam Room

In a May 11 workshop entitled “Intersectionality: Examining Concepts of Privilege,” participants were given readings and videos to review. One such reading was a book entitled, “Racism Literally Makes You Sick.

Physicians Need Woke Training to Keep License

One "implicit bias" workshop for doctors started off with an "indigenous land use acknowledgement."

Mark Cuban’s Health Plan Limits Costs to 10 Percent of Income

The Cuban plan is similar to an idea once proposed by Milton Friedman and later by Harvard economist Martin Feldstein. In a nutshell, people would be responsible for health bills up to a certain percent of their income, and government would pay everything above that

Malkin: Family Sovereignty Under Seige

Parents, beware. The dominion you have over your own children is under attack like never before. Teenage puppets for Big Pharma are being deployed...

States Use Million Dollar Sweepstakes to Push COVID-19 Shots

California has set aside $15 million dollars in prize money. The contest is open to individuals as young as 12 years old.

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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.