My studio engineer got an unsolicited shipment, Cologuard. Of course, because he is on Medicare, it is likely a scam to increase sales, not what is best for our healthcare.
A caller to Politics Done Right complained about private prisons having contracts that require a certain fill rate, or else the county is penalized. I used it to show why the private sector should neither be in jails nor healthcare.
A recent New York Times article about the United Kingdom National Health Service (NHS) led to this rebuke of the private sector in certain parts of our economy.
After a caller said he loved his Medicare Advantage, I explained why it is a fraud, and everyone should stick with traditional Medicare if they can.
If you are in the market for Medicare, note that Medicare Advantage, aka Medicare Part C, is not Medicare—the same lousy private health insurance profits from denying you coverage.
Lex Hinkley is a 27-year-old traveling nurse based in San Diego who exposed our healthcare system on a viral TikTok rant. I cleaned up the curse words.
If Ted Cruz took care of Texans with the same zeal he has for bloviating and grandstanding, his constituents might have education and healthcare like the blue states he derides.
Ali Velshi ponders why many are against Medicare negotiating prices with Big Pharma. Bernie Sanders elaborated. It is the ruling class that objects.
Netroots Nation Comm Dir Mary Rickles discusses progressivism & the conference. Tim Danahey has thoughts on Affirmative Action. Private health insurance must die. Democrats don’t own the Latino vote.
Norman Rennalls, a retired engineer, tells his important healthcare story. The Fed is draining the wealth of many. A recent article about Trump reentering the White House should scare us into action.