U.S. life expectancy declines for second year in a row as government takes larger role in “health care”

Where societies are free, life expectancy grows steadily. Abundance, nutrition and technological advancement drive humans to ever-higher standards of health and wellbeing.

But since 1965, the U.S. government has taken an ever-larger role in “health care” and welfare. Now the medical market is more than half socialist. Government slave-plantation health care operations have driven medical costs steadily upward, and faster than the rate of inflation every year for decades.

Consequently, U.S. life expectancy is declining. Last year was the second year in a row in which life expectancy declined.

NBC “news”–which has been secretly supported by millions of dollars from the federal government for years–blames the trend on “epidemic drug overdoses.”