Like many seasoned Americans, I’m over 50 and I’m embarrassed at this juncture of my life to admit that I haven’t had a personal physician in years—not since ‘Government fixed our healthcare’ back in 2010. So you can debate the practicalities, procedures and legislation— that’s all well and good, but many of us need to see […]
Category: government healthcare
Nobel Laureate Economist Milton Friedman explores the unsettling dynamics set into motion when government imposes itself into the health care system. (1978) Friedman was an economic adviser to Republican U.S. President Ronald Reagan. His political philosophy extolled the virtues of a free market economic system with minimal intervention.