When I lived in the U.K., my health care was paid for through an annual £179 additional coverage fee and some portion of the roughly 30 percent I paid in taxes. It's a scenario that seems too good to be true with our U.S. lens.
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Yesterday as I tweeted about how the House GOP would prefer the sick to die, a crowing blast-emailed press release cheering the Republicans landed in my inbox. It was from the Heartland Institute.
Marco Wanderwitz, a conservative member of parliament for the German state of Saxony, said it is unfair and unsustainable for the taxpayer to carry th...
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It is sad and ironic that an information-dependent profession is denied convenient access to needed information in an age when we connect other aspects of our infrastructure easily and often.
How do countries who use private health plans achieve universal coverage? They use a "double mandate: Everyone must buy. Everyone must sell.
The wisdom of universal health care is proven and accepted all over the world except in the minds of partisan ignoramuses defending the indefensible.
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