Monthly Archives: September 2009

How Much Is A Human Life Worth?

Health care reform should include tort reform, because this would decrease the cost of malpractice insurance and legal fees.  A reasonable cap needs to be placed upon punitive damages, even in the cases of severe injury or death.  Since every … Continue reading

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Is Our Health Care System Really That Good?

I’m amused by some of the opinion surveys concerning the debate over health care reform, when they ask, “Are you satisfied with your health care?”  Of course not, but that has very little to do with the current health care … Continue reading

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New Ideas About End-of-Life Health Consultations

Early versions of the proposed health care reform included mandated end-of-life consultations for the elderly, every five years.  Although the final version of the bill may not include this piece of the original plan, this is being touted by its … Continue reading

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How Long Should We Expect To Live?

One of the complaints about the Obama administration’s health care plan is that it will be “half-paid-for” by reducing health care services for the elderly.  Should we be surprised that our physical health worsens with age?  Since the elderly incur … Continue reading

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Let’s Calm the Political Rhetoric

I’m a conservative Evangelical Christian who leans far to the right on almost every political issue.  However, we need to end the futile and endless cycle of political rhetoric used by both the left and the right.  Since my point … Continue reading

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