Today, I discovered yet again how unsavory the health-insurance industry is and lamented even more the deleterious effects of Scott Brown's election t...
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To get to the heart of America's healthcare challenge, we must end the longstanding system of pay-to-play politics by fundamentally reforming the role of private money in federal elections.
The insurance lobbies and many politicians may not want to talk about single-payer. But that makes it all the more important that the media do.
Health insurance companies are not in the business of making healthcare easier for us; they are in business.
The problem is that an overly compromised health reform bill that satisfies the health insurance lobby and its Democratic and Republican supporters in Congress may not be "good" at all.
While the so-called "debate" over health care reform heats up, the only real option to reform health care -- single-payer national health insurance (NHI) -- is being largely overlooked.
What a disappointment. Here Barack Obama accuses John McCain of pushing a "radical" health care plan, and instead of grabbing the chance to don a scar...
Starbucks has been a model among U. S. employers for its social responsibility to its work force since its founding. But today, Starbucks is hurting, its biggest challenge to future growth high health care costs.
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