jueves, 11 de abril de 2019

The Fraying Edges of Universal Health Care

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The Fraying Edges of Universal Health Care

“If you’re wondering what Democrats have in mind when they tout 'Medicare For All,' look no further than England. There are more reports of the U.K.’s National Health System’s collapse, this time featuring horror stories of rationing care for the elderly,” Tammy Bruce writes in The Washington Times.

When health insurance is completely controlled by the government, it “isn’t about who gets health care, it’s about who doesn’t. It is the ultimate in population control.”

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The "Medicare for All" bill “seeks utopia by giving government centralized power and control over every aspect of medicine via a single-payer model, and comes with an astronomical price tag. The cost in dollars is in the trillions, but there is also another, hidden cost: the elimination of the conscience rights of nurses and doctors,” Dr. Grazie Pozo Christie writes in The Hill.
“How pathetic: A member of Congress can’t acknowledge what happened on one of the most horrific days in US history,” the New York Post editorial board writes. On March 23, Rep. Ilhan Omar (D-MN) said the Council on American-Islamic Relations “was founded after 9/11 because they recognized that some people did something, and [Muslims] were starting to lose access to our civil liberties.” The editors don’t mince words: “Some people did something? Wow. What a way to describe the heinous surprise attack on America that claimed 3,000 lives.”
“What Congresswoman Ilhan Omar said about Sept. 11 was disgraceful,” former Deputy Chief of the New York City Fire Department Jim Riches writes in the New York Post. “She dismissed thousands of people being murdered like it was an everyday occurrence when she said ‘some people did something.’ On 9/11/01 my son, firefighter Jimmy Riches was murdered along with close to 3,000 American citizens by Muslim terrorists.”
“President Donald Trump signed a pair of executive orders aimed at speeding up oil and gas pipeline permitting, including limiting the ability of activists and states to block key energy projects,” Michael Bastasch reports for The Daily Caller. “President [Barack] Obama lamented the lack of shovel-ready jobs; President Trump is going straight to the operating engineers who will build our infrastructure to show how he will clean out the stables and make America stronger,” said Dan Kish, senior fellow at the Institute for Energy Research.
“William Barr knew he wasn’t accepting easy duty as Donald Trump’s Attorney General, and it’s no surprise that the Democratic-media complex attacked him in unison on Wednesday. His sin was disclosing that he wants to find out how the FBI came to eavesdrop on the 2016 Trump presidential campaign,” The Wall Street Journal editorial board writes. “All of this should be encouraging to Americans who want credibility restored to an FBI that lost its ethical bearings under James Comey.”

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