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Leftist Health Care vs. Affordable, Accessible, Abundant Care

Attempted Solutions As we consider the following attempted solutions, observe that in each case health care is treated as an entitlement rather than a commodity, and that health insurance (or “coverage”) is conflated with health care. We will look first Continue reading Leftist Health Care vs. Affordable, Accessible, Abundant Care

CVS MinuteClinics to relieve stress on Phoenix VA, open doors to many veterans in Arizona

Veterans in the Phoenix VA Health Care System can now get immediate medical treatment for minor illnesses and injuries from CVS MinuteClinics under a pilot project announced Tuesday. The program will be open to about 120,000 veterans, enabling them to Continue reading CVS MinuteClinics to relieve stress on Phoenix VA, open doors to many veterans in Arizona

It Takes an Average of 15 Hours to Prepare Taxes: Costing 409 Billion

Tax Reform: If President Trump wants to drain the swamp, the best place to start is with the tax code, which is so complicated that Americans spend billions of hours and hundreds of billions of dollars just trying to figure Continue reading It Takes an Average of 15 Hours to Prepare Taxes: Costing 409 Billion

‘Buy American’ is not Patriotic

According to a recent poll, 80% of Americans think it their patriotic duty to give preference to American-made products. But “Buy American” is wholly un-American in both its economics and its philosophy. America’s distinction among all the nations of the Continue reading ‘Buy American’ is not Patriotic

Steve Ballmer thinks you don’t have enough data about your government – Recode

Let’s presume that the United States is a company. Unlike a lot of Silicon Valley in 2017, the entity we might hypothetically call America Inc. has already gone public. For better or worse, its founders still loom large over the Continue reading Steve Ballmer thinks you don’t have enough data about your government – Recode

IRS Can Take Your Passport if You are Behind on Taxes

Since late 2015, the IRS has had the power to use passports to collect tax debts. H.R.22 added new section 7345 to an already bloated tax code. The new provision is titled “Revocation or Denial of Passport in Case of Certain Tax Delinquencies.” The Continue reading IRS Can Take Your Passport if You are Behind on Taxes