Is it laughable, or tragic, to listen in on a meeting of the Democratic Socialists of America (DSA)? You be the judge. The litany of sensitivity rules — from prohibitions on heavy scents to avoidance of gender-specific pronouns — is designed to not trigger anyone as they usher in the new Utopia…if anyone can stand it. Above all, the rules are designed to shut each other up.
President Trump signs an executive order designed to let patients see pricing information up front — before receiving health care services. Doctors, hospitals, and other providers would not only reveal their pricing in advance, but the now-secret amounts insurance companies pay them for those services. Could this TrumpCare transparency revolution trigger the reform that Republicans have been promising for years, or will it — as critics claim — create a “race to the top” sparking higher prices to consumers?
Georgia just passed a bill legalizing direct primary care agreements between doctors and patients, bypassing the insurance industry. If this spreads to even more states, could it be the death knell of Obamacare? Given the reluctance of Congressional Republicans to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act, could this be, as Bill Whittle says, “the best news since Donald Trump was elected President”?
A bipartisan group of Georgia lawmakers push to ratify the Equal Rights Amendment, decades after Phyllis Schlafly stopped it. Will Congress extend the deadline again? In 2019, does the Constitution even need to say that women and men have equal rights? Bill Whittle argues that the push to ratify is bad for the Constitution and […]
Bill Whittle says we’re watching the demise of the cultural institution that — more than any other — has shaped the American mind. With Stephen Green and Scott Ott, Bill considers the impact of the death of Hollywood, and what will take its place. Mentioned in this video: Epic Rap Battles of History https://www.youtube.com/user/ERB Brian […]