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Bureaucracy and RegulationHealth
The way vaccines are packaged and distributed is often driven primarily by politics and government regulation — and not by medical concerns.
Only one company is still writing workman's comp policies for the NFL. Insurers fear Chronic Traumatic Encephalopathy (CTE) may be the new asbestos, with lawsuits extending into the distant future.
Winning support in newspapers’ editorial headlines is not the same thing as constitutional justification.
A respect for property rights will become all the more important in the age of "designer babies" and "gene editing."
Big GovernmentHealthMedia and Culture
Grow the scope of government and expand the weapons of the state that can be deployed against its political enemies.
HealthTaxes and Spending
Those pushing Medicare for All rely on the presumption that it will generate huge administrative efficiencies. But they greatly underestimate the program's real administrative cost.
HealthMonopoly and Competition
Brand recognition, competition, and de-regulation are the keys to a more affordable and more competitive drug market.
Healthcare under the Bernie Sanders plan would be so expansive, centralized, and monolithic as to make the Canadian system look sensible by comparison.
Big GovernmentHealthThe Police StateInterventionism
There were three important victories related to cannabis, i.e., marijuana, legalization and only the most radical measure failed.
High-deductible or "catastrophic" health plans offer real protection from health disasters. But most government-approved forms of health "insurance" are really just welfare programs in disguise.