Betsy McCaughey

Betsy McCaughey, Ph.D., is a patient advocate, chairman and founder of the Committee to Reduce Infection Deaths, and a former Lt. Governor of New York State.

Trump’s Tax Win — Five Easy Pieces

 

If you’re hunting for a job, hoping for a raise, or depending on a retirement account, your future hinges on President Trump’s next big undertaking, cutting taxes. And the picture looked rosy until last week. After the election, stocks soared on expectations that tax cuts would ignite an economic boom. The nonpartisan Tax Foundation was […]

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U.S. $$$$ for UN Rapes

 

Globalists and Democrats shrieked last week, when President Trump proposed cutting American funding for the United Nations by 50 perecent. The president dismisses the U.N. as a “waste of time and money.” That’s the least of it. U.S. taxpayers bankroll the U.N. with $10 billion a year. Our hard-earned money perpetuates an organization that validates the most […]

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The Biggest News in Washington, D.C.: Deregulation

 

If you want to start a business, the World Bank says you’d do better to move to Canada than setting up shop here in the U.S., where mind-numbing government regulations smother entrepreneurs. That was true, anyway, before Donald Trump became president. In his address to Congress last week, Trump announced that a “historic effort to […]

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Obamacare Repeal Is a Jobs Program

 

On Saturday, Democratic Senators Chuck Schumer and Bernie Sanders called for nationwide protests to stop Republicans from repealing the Affordable Care Act. The trigger event was Friday’s confirmation of Dr. Tom Price as President Trump’s Secretary of Health and Human Services. Price is charged with making good on Trump’s promise to repeal and replace Obamacare. Already, protests […]

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End the Fake Filibuster

 

Tuesday, Senate Democrats lost the battle to stop President Trump’s pick for Secretary of Education. But on bigger battles ahead, the Democrats have a powerful weapon – and they intend to use it. Republicans control both houses of Congress and the White House. Yet Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer boasts that he can block Trump’s […]

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Trump Invites Local Input on Refugee Resettlement

 

Public schools beleaguered by waves of refugees will get a breather thanks to President Trump’s executive order suspending refugees from entering the U.S. for 120 days. And under Trump’s new policy, when the U.S. re-opens its doors to refugees, local communities will be consulted. That beats the Obama administration’s dictatorial approach, which has overwhelmed many […]

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Trump Pushes for Rapid Action on Obamacare

 

Congressional Republicans are huddling at a closed-door retreat this week to craft a replacement for the Affordable Care Act, but it’s President Trump who’s calling the shots. On Friday, hours after taking office, he issued his first executive order. No surprise, it targeted Obamacare, instructing federal agencies to do everything possible while the ACA is still on the […]

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The True Cost of Plastic

 

The owner of a small town beauty salon outside Binghamton, New York argued at the U.S. Supreme Court on Tuesday for the right to tell her customers the truth about paying by credit card: There’s a swipe charge. On the other side, New York’s Attorney General, Eric Schneiderman, is battling to defend a state law […]

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Deadly ‘End-of-Life’ Myths 

 

As the new Congress convenes, budget cutters are eyeing Medicare, citing predictions the program for seniors is running out of money. But federal bean counters have erroneously predicted Medicare’s bankruptcy for decades. One mistake is they don’t consider medical breakthroughs. Another problem is medical ethicists like Dr. Ezekiel Emanuel, who insist the elderly are a […]

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Life and Death Choice

 

Going to a hospital is taking your life in your hands. New research shows patients treated at the worst hospitals are three times as likely to die as patients with the same health problem treated at the best hospitals. Yet most people pick a hospital based on convenience, a friend’s recommendation, or where their doctor practices. […]

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