Category Archive: Slave Plantation Healthcare

Mar 29

Health care costs have risen 467 % over 3 decades

Crusading newsman John Stossel writes that “[b]ecause there’s no real health care market, costs rose 467 percent over the last three decades.” In fact, 7 in 8 health care dollars are now paid by Medicare, Medicaid or” insurance (which is mostly required and incentivized by government policies). See here. Government subsidies–designed to bring health care …

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Mar 25

Obamacare stands! Republicans again betray the American people

For years, the American people have been voting for Republican politicians upon promises that those politicians would start cutting government. When Republicans occupy one chamber of Congress, they justify their failure to cut government on grounds that Democrats control the OTHER branch. When Republicans control both the House and the Senate, Republicans say they can’t …

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Mar 20

Obamacare has driven up insurance deductibles and cost millions of jobs

Americans have voted overwhelmingly against government over the past several elections. They elected Republicans in droves during the 2010, 2014 and 2016 election cycles upon promises made by such Republicans that they would repeal Obamacare. Studies show that around half of all working Americans are made to pay higher deductibles for medical insurance. Obamacare has …

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Mar 06

Computers are now better at diagnosing cancer than government’s slave plantation healthcare workers

All of the diabolic schemes of the state cannot suppress the human spirit forever. Now that health care is the most overregulated industry in the U.S., computer software is quickly making government-licensed doctors obsolete. There is now computer software which can diagnose cancer faster and more accurately than human, government-licensed, physicians. “At 8 false positives …

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Mar 03

In socialist Venezuela, epileptic seizures go untreated

Socialism is a curse that should be wished only on our enemies. Just 20 years ago the people of Venezuela were the wealthiest and freest in South America. Then the people voted for socialism and more government. Now Venezuelans watch as their friends and neighbors suffer from epileptic fits and seizures without medicine. See here. …

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Dec 08

U.S. life expectancy declines as government takes over health care

In every industry, free markets lead to higher quality goods and services, greater abundance and lower prices. Government control of industries, however, creates ever-higher prices, stable-or-worsening quality, and scarcity. U.S. life expectancy has risen steadily for decades, as market innovation has spread. But now, advances in innovation have stalled as government pours on the regulations. …

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Nov 27

The reality of socialism: Fidel Castro lived in constant luxury as his subjects starved

Socialist politicians promise equality and free stuff but deliver impoverishment and tyranny. Here is a New York Post article about the luxurious life of Cuban President Fidel Castro. Castro lived a life of absolute luxury. He had dozens of mistresses and kept a dozen private palaces for himself. He even had pet dolphins. Virtually anyone …

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Nov 06

New study shows that government control of hospitals produces fewer, more expensive health care options

For generations, our masters in government have imposed massive regulations and controls on the health care industry. Health care is probably the most regulated industry in America. Many States require that people desiring to build a hospital or clinic must first apply to government, and obtain a ‘certificate of need.’ Government then gets to be …

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Nov 03

Venezuela now has single-payer medicine–rationed by the military

Socialism is a curse that should be wished only on a hated enemy. All societies that embrace it inevitably become sick and weak. Just a generation ago, Venezuela was a thriving, dynamic society with a robust economy. Now, after 17 years of socialism, men die in the streets fighting over spare change. Women and children …

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Oct 30

Fifty-seven percent of doctors ran their own practices in 2000; that figure is down to 33% as of 2015.

The immense paperwork burdens, high malpractice premiums, and overregulation of medicine has driven most doctors to large, centralized institutions. See here.

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