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What Student Loans and Health Care Have in Common

Blog08/19/2019

When colleges or hospitals are guaranteed payment by a third party, such as Sallie Mae or a health insurance company, it's only natural to raise prices on the student or patient. In these cases, the user's ability to pay becomes almost irrelevant.

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Bob Graboyes: From Fortress to Frontier in American Healthcare

Health

08/13/2019Audio/Video
Bob Graboyes on why American healthcare is stuck in a hundred-year-old mentality that stifles innovation, constrains medical advances, and yields low quality care.
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The Stupidity of the American Healthcare Consumer?

Health

08/05/2019Audio/Video
Dr. Keith Smith offers insights into the chasm that exists between the way healthcare policy makers conceive of medical practice and how ordinary patients actually seek the best possible healthcare value.
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Venezuela: Radical Pro-Market Reform Is the Only Way

PovertyWorld History

Venezuelan politicians hoping to replace the current regime in Venezuela mostly offer just re-treads of the failed socialism the country has endured for decades.

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Is Deutsche Bank a Canary in the Economic Coal Mine?

Booms and BustsBusiness Cycles

Blog07/25/2019

The negative consequences of expansionary monetary policies take a while to show up, but Deutsche Bank's collapse may be the first sign of failure. 

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The Rise of Woke Capitalism

Bureaucracy and RegulationThe Entrepreneur

Blog07/25/2019

It is highly unlikely that Woke Big Business on its own can turn the US into a totalitarian society. Historically speaking, business policies have followed the lead of governments, not the other way around. The state remains the real threat.

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Trump’s 7/10 Executive Order: A Turning Point for Nephrology?

Health

07/24/2019Audio/Video
Dr. Joel Topf shares his insights on the good and bad of Trump's executive order, and on the state and future of kidney disease in the United States.
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