Warren Buffet has a piece to today’s NYT calling for higher taxes and disputing the notion that this will reduce investment. Matt Miller (@mattmillernow) noted this morning via twitter that the most consequential aspect of Buffet’s piece is his call for federal spending to be capped at 21% of GDP.
Archive for the ‘Health Care’ Category
Could it happen? Check out my article in Wall Street Journal and see what you think.
Not entirely; someone has to keep health care providers’ hands out of our pockets.
The right to choose is more than a slogan. It’s the right to be treated with dignity as people face some of the most intimate and difficult moments in life.
If Obama wins, Obamacare becomes a permanent part of the national landscape. If Obama loses, no one is going to try health care reform again for a long, long time.
Mitt Romney wants to throw your mother out of the nursing home, or bankrupt your family with the expense of keeping her there.
Smartphones and paper ideas for helping us comply with our medication régimes.
Rilke’s idealised death, and his actual one: a question on terminal care for the election..
Bill Keller has an insightful piece on end of life care in England v. the USA, using the example of the recent death of his father in law. First, let me say that it is brave for a family to share such a personal story, and I want express condolences to the family. A few [...]