Archive for September, 2009

Characterizing the insurance mandate

There has been a lot of public debate lately about having an insurance mandate as part of the health care reform proposal, and the characterization of it has been met with varying opinions. The main disparity is centered on whether this should be considered a tax increase hence breaking the campaign promise of not raising […]

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Illegal immigrants may still win with health care

Will illegal immigrants be able to take advantage of national health care or will the proposed bill HR 3200 exclude them from services as claimed by the supporters of the bill? This is the issue that led to the outburst by Rep. Joe Wilson during the President’s address to Congress and set off a firestorm […]

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The social justice masquerade

The concept of social justice has been around for quite a while now but it seems to have really gained momentum in our society recently. It has come to my attention so often lately that it has me thinking about what exactly is the objective of someone who touts this initiative. If you generally define […]

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The health care debate should focus on one crucial element

People across the nation are currently getting all twisted up in town halls and other demonstrations concerning the Government’s proposed health care reform. The outcry is very understandable because it is an emotional issue that affects all of us and the outcome will have lasting effects on our nation. Every facet of the proposed bill […]

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