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The real problem with the GOP's Obamacare alternative - When
families put together a spending plan, it used to be that rent or a
mortgage consumed the largest portion of the family budget. In
today's economy, however, healthcare is quickly becoming the
Religious groups angered by veto - Critics accuse Deal of being
out of touch with Georgians' values. State Sen. Marty Harbin,
R-Tyrone, wants a special session to override the veto.
Nevada's Education Savings Showdown - Friedman Foundation for
Educational Choice Program Director Michael Chartier on the future
of Nevada's groundbreaking school choice initiative.
The ultimate in school choice or school as a commodity? -
Starting next school year, any parent in Nevada can pull a child
from the state's public schools and take tax dollars with them,
giving families the option to use public money to pay for private
or parochial school or even for home schooling.
To Make Health Care Affordable, Tackle Defensive Medicine - On
the fifth anniversary of the passage of the Affordable Care Act
this week, one issue remains constant: There is a great need to
find a solution to skyrocketing health care costs.
Paying God's Love Forward - A boy alone at Christmas receives a
gift that would change his life.
Juan to Obama: Stop Favoring Unions, Start Favoring Kids - It's
National School Choice Week, and Americans are demanding change to
a broken education system - including Juan Williams.
Are Doctors Fleeing the ObamaCare Exchange? - An ObamaCare
architect was on "The O'Reilly Factor" to discuss whether or not
doctors will participate in the health care exchange.
- From rags to riches to the levers of power -
One-time foster kid drives the transformation of child
welfare law - Richard L. Jackson, who built a temp empire
in Atlanta that provides doctors and nurses for short-term
staffing, may be new to the game of wielding influence at the state
Capitol. But one thing he has is the price of admission.
- Governor Deal: A better school shouldn't be a
privilege - This is the time of year when parents of some
students await midterm progress reports. Others await news whether
their sons or daughters will earn admission to college. Underlying
both of these common scenes is the desire of parents to ensure
their child is getting an excellent education to compete in today's
- The Holder-Jindal
Collision - The federal government attacks Louisiana
school choice. Louisiana governor Bobby Jindal found out
late on Friday, August 23. Attorney General Eric Holder was suing
to block the state's school voucher program, which aims to give
low-income kids in terrible schools the opportunity to attend
better public schools and even private schools.
Medicine: A Cure Worse Than The Disease - Defensive medicine is
commonplace in medical practice. According to a recent national
physicians' survey by Jackson Healthcare, the nation's third
largest healthcare staffing agency, 75 percent of doctors say that
they order more tests, procedures and medicines than are medically
necessary in an attempt to avoid lawsuits.
- Are School
Voucher Programs a Smart Idea? - Friedman Foundation for
Educational Choice CEO Robert Enlow and Karinya Chrisler, whose son
is in a voucher program, on the benefits of school vouchers.
Mothers want more school choices for kids - The Louisiana
Supreme Court declared the state's school choice program
unconstitutional this week -- putting in jeopardy the educational
future of nearly 5,000 children who attend private or parochial
schools with a voucher.
- Remembering Milton Friedman
- Paying tribute to the most influential economist of the second
half of te 20th century. Milton Friedman has been callled the Grand
Master of economics.
Kicking the Malpractice Tort Out of Court - End 'defensive
medicine' by going to a system like workers' compensation.
- Charter school parents explain why we need
Amendment One - "How can I in good conscience send my child to
a school that didn't even cheat right?" The question from Shelby
McDonald has surely been asked by many an Atlanta parent since
rampant cheating on standardized tests was uncovered in the city's
public schools. Only rhetorically, of course, because the answer
is: You can't.
- Survey: Doctors choose Romney over Obama - A
new survey shows Mitt Romney with a commanding lead over President
Barack Obama among doctors, with Obamacare helping to sway their
- Secret recordings show board using tax dollars to
fight charter school amendment (video)
- Milton Friedman's Century - Celebrating the
grandmaster of liberty and free markets - Exactly a century
ago, the United States was a highly charged magnet for immigrants
around the world. Thousands entered Ellis Island each day in the
hope of making a better life for themselves and their families. Two
of those immigrants were Jeno and Sara Friedman; they would become
the parents of Milton Friedman, one of the most influential and
important economists of the 20th century.
- Milton Friedman Schools Phil Donahue (and Barack
Obama) on Capitalism and Greed - RUSH: We have the 100th
birthday today of Milton Friedman. Milton Friedman -- some of
you in this audience may not know -- Milton Friedman, University of
Chicago, a brilliant economist. He and his wife were a
dynamo. They were a dynamic team. In economics, free
market capitalism, Milton Friedman's a rock star.
Stephen Moore: The Man Who Saved Capitalism - It's a tragedy that Milton Friedman-born 100 years ago on July 31-did not live long enough to combat the big-government ideas that have formed the core of Obamanomics.
How defensive medicine has caused healthcare costs to rise - Blood work, biopsies, magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), computed tomography (CT) scans, stress tests, electrocardiograms (EKG), and sonograms. Eighty-two percent of physicians order more tests and procedures than are medically necessary-and almost on a daily basis-in fear of potential lawsuits.
Mitt Romney promotes school vouchers in attack on Obama's education policy - Calling it a "national education emergency," Mitt Romney said Wednesday that poor and disabled children should be allowed to escape failing public schools by using federal money to attend private schools and other alternative settings.
More docs report they can't afford to take Medicare/Medicaid patients - Thirty-six percent of doctors say they are no longer accepting new Medicaid patients due in large part to declining reimbursements, a new national survey has found.
SIMMONS: Majority of moms vouch for vouchers - Remember the Ohio mom who was jailed and put on three years' probation because she lied on her daughters' school applications about where they lived? Well, a new nationwide poll of mothers sort of bails her out.. .
Guest column: Defensive Medicine: A Culprit in Spiking Healthcare Costs - Alpharetta, GA - Blood work, biopsies, MRIs, CT scans, stress tests, EKGs and sonograms.Eighty-two percent of doctors order more tests and procedures than are medically necessary - and almost on a daily basis - in fear of potential lawsuits...
Citizens support Gov. Jindal's voucher expansion, poll suggests - Two groups that support Gov. Bobby Jindal's primary and secondary education overhaul have published a poll that suggests a majority of Louisiana voters support key parts of the governor's agenda. The survey, sponsored by the Friedman Foundation for Educational Choice and the libertarian Pelican Institute for Public Policy, found that 60 percent of respondents support Jindal's ...
School Vouchers Gain Ground - Louisiana is poised to establish the nation's most expansive system of school choice by adopting a package of vouchers and other tools that would give many parents control over the use of tax dollars to educate their children. The initiative would effectively redefine vouchers, which have typically ...
- Group proposes 'defensive medicine' to curb
healthcare costs (video)
Louisiana schools to undergo major reforms - This week Louisiana Governor Bobby Jindal is expected to sign a controversial law that overhauls education in that state. The package of reforms will create one of the largest school voucher programs in the country....
Gingrich: Country in danger of health dictatorship - States should be given more control over how to run health care programs rather than broaden the federal government's role in a system that's already rife with problems, former House Speaker Newt Gingrich said Thursday. "Maybe we would be better off having 50 parallel experiments," Gingrich told reporters at the Center for Health Transformation, which was unveiling its latest review on the impact of the federal health care law.
Gingrich says health care reform could be repealed - Former House Speaker and possible 2012 presidential candidate Newt Gingrich said Tuesday the recently-passed health care overhaul will place a burden on citizens and government, but could be repealed by a new administration or overturned by the Supreme Court.