Sunday, March 26th, 2017

In answer to the question, “Why would someone want to opt out of ‘free’ Medicare,” consider the case John Stossel makes for free market health care.    John Stossel and the Case for Free Market Health Care (Part 1 of 5) John Stossel and the Case for Free Market Health Care (Part 2 of 5)   John [...]

Ernest Hancock of Freedom’s Phoenix in Phoenix, AZ hosted Martha de Forest on his radio show to learn more about the Medicare Lawsuit. Audio: 3/15/2010 Radio – Freedom’s Phoenix with Ernest Hancock, Guest: Martha de Forest

Hill Briefing in Washington, DC on October 13, 2009 Lead Attorney Kent Masterson Brown and CATO policy analyst Michael Cannon discuss the Medicare Lawsuit, Hall v. Sebelius.

Ron Paul’s Speaks on Medicare Solvency: Ron Paul’s appearance on Larry King Live 9/9/2009 A brief article with commentary and transcript from Ron Paul’s appearance on Larry King Live: We’re Broke, So Why Do We Even Argue About Government Healthcare? Ron Paul Speaks about Medicare:   Ron Paul on CNN: Medicare is Broke, Socialized Healthcare will Fail [...]

John Stossel of ABC 20/20 and Sally Pipes of Pacific Research Institute discuss the ramifications of shifting closer to a single payer, government run health care system.

Free Market Cure Video Series: These videos show the unintended consequences of mixing government with health care.

By Sally C. Pipes

This book presents cogent arguments for a health system in which patients and doctors are able to work together with fewer government intrusions. Ms. Pipes uses hard numbers and statistics combined with real-life stories and humor to support her take on the Top Ten Myths of American Health Care. The 190 page book has an open design which lends to a quick read.

Michael F. Cannon discusses the consequences of creating a fixed health insurance premium and its effect on healthy vs. unhealthy people.

Michael D. Tanner discusses the advantages of taking time crafting health care reform. There are many proposals on the table and this issue deals with 1/6 of the US economy.

Michael F. Cannon explains the difference between healthcare costs and expenditures.