Do you feel like you live in the wealthiest country on the planet? A country with debt exceeding its annual GDP and paying over $3 trillion a year in interest. In this […]
A new report, Slow Growth in Medicare and Medicaid Spending per Enrollee Has Implications for Policy Debates, is being used to demonstrate the cost controls of Medicare and Medicaid are better than […]
The following is from a survey over a year old but still relevant. Living paycheck to paycheck is not only or even primarily a factor of income, but of spending. We throw […]
Is it that many politicians do not understand health care or do they intentionally mislead Americans?
Americans must question the rhetoric. The health care system is not health insurance. Health insurance and its premiums reflect the cost of health care received by patients Insurance profits are a tiny […]
“However, this study also finds that Seattle’s minimum wage increase led to increased earnings for high-wage workers. A finding which is inconsistent with the general understanding of wage dynamics.” MIT paper. Really? […]