We Have a Health Care Price Problem Not a Volume Problem

By: Wednesday January 30, 2013 7:59 am

The reason the United States spends so much more on health care than the rest of the world is not because Americans tend to consume significantly more health care services. The problem is almost entire that we pay dramatically more for the exact same service. The data is overwhelmingly clear but the point is rarely [...]

Bill Keller Proposes Useless Health Care “Solutions” and Lies About Liberals

By: Wednesday August 1, 2012 1:02 pm

It is always painful to see people try to give the left helpful advice on how to solve a problem when they clearly know nothing about it. The most recent example is former New York Times editor, Bill Keller, who after first telling boomers they should lead in the fight to undermine America’s already very [...]

Bradley Manning: Punitive Psychiatric Status Remains, but Hopeful About Youth Uprising in Tunisia and Egypt

By: Monday January 31, 2011 9:35 am

David House was initially quite concerned about Manning’s state of mind, and felt he was beginning to exhibit some of the damaging symptoms of prolonged isolation including emotional withdrawal and impaired cognitive function. Bradley seemed slow to respond when they spoke, and could not process information as quickly as he normally did. Bradley became excited and engaged, however, when David mentioned the uprisings in Tunisia and Egypt.