Author: Onar Åm

How To Fix American Healthcare: A Proposal

Imagine that there was a way to achieve universal healthcare, keep and invigorate the private sector and at the same time cut cost by 60%* or more. Would you want it? Such a system already exists and has been around for several decades. In Singapore. Some Background: Fifty years ago, the U.S. was the richest country on earth, and decided to adopt the welfare state model. Singapore was a poor third world hellhole back then but chose to adopt the kind of free market model that the U.S. was abandoning. Fast forward fifty years, and the U.S. is turning into a banana republic, while Singapore has become one of the richest countries in the world. To be fair, there is plenty of government intervention in Singapore. It’s not entirely a free market, but the island state still ranks second on Heritage Foundation’s Index of Economic Freedom, a smidge behind top dog Hong Kong, and far ahead of the former land of the free, the United States of America. How does Singapore achieve so much more health care at a fraction of the cost? There are many different aspects to their winning recipe, but the two key ingredients are the following: #1: Health Savings Accounts For some unfathomable reason, everyone in the U.S. is obsessed with paying all healthcare with insurance, which makes it outrageously expensive. Paying for every single...

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How To Understand The Leftist Mind

Are you one of those who for the life of it cannot understand how leftists think? You are not alone, but don’t worry. After reading this article, you will have a dramatically improved understanding of the Left, and be able to predict their attitudes and behavior.

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