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By Del Meyer on 01/29/2020 7:37 PM

We have become so accustomed to having all of medical care covered by insurance. The evidence indicates that if we paid for our basic ambulatory care personally, instead of paying through our health insurance program, we would save 47 percent of our costs. That’s a huge savings. However, we seldom hear of this side of […]

By Del Meyer on 01/01/2020 9:42 PM

This month marks the tenth anniversary of “Climategate” – the release of thousands of emails to and from climate scientists who had been (and still are) collaborating and colluding to create a manmade climate crisis that exists in their minds and computer models, but not in the real world. The scandal should have ended climate […]

By Del Meyer on 12/17/2019 2:07 AM

With Thanksgiving approaching, a common complaint I hear is that the mix of political views at holiday gatherings can create some tense moments. However, there’s no need to dread conflict during dinner. In fact, a conversation handled the right way may actually show your family that they have more in common than they think. The […]

By admin on 10/17/2019 8:00 AM

Kelsey Zorzi reported in the WSJ that President Trump championed Religious freedom at the United Nations more vigorously than any of his predecessors. President Trump isn’t known as a champion of human rights, but on Monday he became the first American president to convene a meeting at the United Nations on religious freedom. He kicked […]

By admin on 09/17/2019 2:57 AM

Childhood is being ruined and parents are the only ones who can save it. By Kerry McDonald | Senior Education Fellow | www.fee.org | Tuesday, August 20, 2019 An op-ed in Sunday’s New York Times entitled “We Have Ruined Childhood” offers disheartening data about childhood depression and anxiety, closely linked to school attendance, as well […]

By admin on 09/03/2019 2:16 AM

By Jon Miltimore | Managing Editor: FEE.org | Saturday, July 27, 2019 Their names still haunt us. Chelmno. Belzec, Sobibor. Treblinka. Auschwitz. Dachau. Majdanek. They stir images of the horrors of Nazi killing centers, where millions of Jews, Poles, Soviet POWs, and gypsies were systematically killed in one of the great horrors of the twentieth […]

By admin on 08/05/2019 11:33 PM

Dramatically Higher Rate of Knee Arthroscopy in the United States. Are we getting what We’re Paying For? by Chris Centeno, MD A study has revealed that the knee arthroscopy rate in US is more than double the rates of knee surgery in Europe or Canada. In addition, despite often long knee surgery recovery times, the […]

By admin on 06/18/2019 6:30 PM

Transgenderism in the Elite in First Things December 2019 by R. R. Reno in The Public Square:  Thomas Donnelly was a member of the foreign policy establishment in Washington, D. C., holding a position most recently at the American Enterprise Institute. He is no more, however, having been recently “reborn” as Giselle Donnelly. Josh Rogin […]

By Del Meyer on 05/21/2019 11:57 AM

The clash between physicians and the press in the U.S. is older than the republic itself. The first recorded debate goes back to the Boston smallpox outbreak of 1721. Newspapers, including Benjamin Franklin’s The Courant, launched a crusade against Dr. Zabdiel Boylston’s practice of immunization.

By admin on 04/15/2019 11:13 PM

After a dark history in which transgender kids were routinely ignored . . . or persecuted, a new protocol of social and physical transition has emerged. For teens that experience persistent gender dysphoria, this protocol can provide profound relief from suffering. For some kids, however, gender dysphoria is temporary. And the effects of transitioning can […]