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It pays to shop. But only when the shopper pays does this axiom prove true. When a third party picks up the bill, it does not pay to, as Smokey Robinson’s mama told him, shop around. Grasping this basic truth,…

What Sen. Bernie Sanders’ “Medicare-for-all,” former President Obama’s Affordable Care Act and former House Speaker Paul Ryan’s Medicare “premium support” model all have in common is an overemphasis on health insurance coverage — who needs it, who is eligible for…

Donald Trump, weeks after presiding over the longest government shutdown in American history, boasts his highest approval ratings since his administration’s infancy. Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi, after refusing to budge in negotiations with the president, sees a 75-12…

Howard Schultz, the chairman emeritus of Starbucks, ponders an independent presidential bid. Democrats dumped cold water, in a trenta-sized cup, on the idea. “Don’t Help Elect Trump, You Egotistical Billionaire F***” one heckler shouted at Schultz, while his online brethren…

The most objective piece of writing on illegal immigration to emerge from the legacy media last week appeared under the title, “If We Want to End the Border Crisis, It’s Time to Give Trump His Wall.” It was penned by…

Long after the U.S. Federal Reserve halted quantitative easing, the European Central Bank (ECB) announced its decision last week to end its bond-buying program by the end of 2018. As Europe followed the U.S. lead in one area, its policies…

Gavin Newsom, who touted single-payer healthcare as a cornerstone of his campaign for governor, routed his opponents in California’s top-two primary on Tuesday. Newsom not only garnered a third of the ballots in an election with nearly two-dozen candidates but…

Ten-year U.S. Treasury yields achieved their highest rate since 2011 last week. Though high by recent standards, 3.1 percent falls well below the postwar average. This present state—relatively low rates that nevertheless rise—affirms Shakespeare’s advice, “neither a borrower nor a…

Washington Milton Friedman was not only a brilliant economist — a Nobel Laureate in fact — but he was a gifted writer. In his 1962 book Capitalism and Freedom he presciently explained how healthcare costs were going to leap out…

President Trump is expected to announce proposals to reduce healthcare costs for American consumers.  To its credit, the Trump Administration has already taken meaningful action to bring greater competition to our healthcare system, and increase patient choice by cutting expensive…

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