Yep – Changing Health Care Is Really Up to Your ‘Average Joe’

After I wrote my previous blog post about two important principles expressed during the Free Market Medical Association conference, the truth of those principles have continued to be confirmed in my mind throughout the past week, and will, no doubt, continue to be. read more

Evaluating My Time Advocating for the Free Market in Health Care

The last couple of weeks have been extremely busy, and this resulted in my being unable to get a complete blog post written last week and the week before for the first time since I launched my blog in mid-January of this year. I actually started two posts, which I will complete very soon. read more

So Much Misunderstanding about Health Care

As I was looking through Twitter yesterday, I came upon a meme that really grabbed me because, unfortunately, I think it accurately describes many people’s uninformed attitudes about the place of health insurance in their lives and how it is best managed. Yet, I don’t totally blame most people because the “health care” systems and insurance companies are putting in a great effort to deceive people and make them feel totally dependent on insurance “coverage.” read more

Let’s Restore Common Sense to Medical Care Charges!

As I was doing my usual scoping of Twitter posts the other day, and I came across one person I follow on Twitter (@StikNtheMud) whose Twitter feed has generally been dedicated to people expressing their disdain for their Obamacare insurance policies. I had actually not been on her Twitter feed for some time, so I figured it was high time to hang out there awhile. read more

Expert Post by Dr. Niran Al-Agba

I follow pediatrician Dr. Niran Al-Agba, pictured here, on Twitter (Twitter handle – MommyDoc, @silverdalepeds), and I also receive email notifications whenever she adds a new post to her blog. I believe that the post I am linking to here on my blog is VERY important for people (and our national leaders) to know because it explains one of several drivers of high costs for health care, so I decided to go ahead and do something that was already suggested to me for my blog – establish an “Expert Posts” category where I will post links to blog posts and articles I feel strongly moved to share outside of the customary source linking I do for my posts. read more