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Medicare for All would cost 50 trillion Sally Pipes, 2020, False Promise: The Disastrous Reality of Medicare for All, Pipes is the President & CEO, Pacific Research Institute . Medicare for All would be not just disruptive but expensive, too. A study by Charles Blahous, a scholar at the Mercatus Center, estimated that Medicare for All would add between $32.6 trillion and $38.8 trillion to the federal budget over its

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free with registration Universal health care can be funded by eliminating profits  Dr. David Ray is chairman of the Capital District Alliance for Universal Health Care, August 9, 2020, Commentary: Universal health care system will save money and lives, Data published in The New York Times revealed that, even accounting for differences in underlying health conditions and age, poor people living in communities with underfunded safety-net hospitals in New


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Congress can fiat spending on anything it wants Dr. Stephanie Kelton, 2020, Stephanie Kelton is an American economist and academic. She is currently a professor at Stony Brook University[1] and a Senior Fellow at the Schwartz Center for Economic Policy Analysis at the New School for Social Research[2]. She was formerly a professor at the University of Missouri–Kansas City.[3] She also served as an advisor to Bernie Sanders’ 2016 presidential

Medicare for All Daily Articles

August 21 COVID-19 could make health care even more unaffordable August 20 We need a health care transformation  Young Gay Men’s Health Care Needs Not Being Met COVID-19 Hastens Transformation in Health Care Why health care should not return to normal post-COVID August 19 COVID-19 could make health care even more unaffordable for Americans, study finds Health care crisis  Democrats go big on health care at the convention US may


Resolved: On balance, charter schools are beneficial to the quality of education in the United States (Bibliography)

Background  What are charter schools? (2018). This article explains the basics of charter schools and reviews all of the main pro and con studies. Everything you need to know about charter schools (2014) Just what is a charter school, anyway? (2017) The Debate The battle over charter schools (2017). This article discusses some of the pros and cons of charger schools. If there is any conclusion, it is probably that the

Nuclear Power Daily Update

March 19 Solar and wind energy pollute more, are less efficient, and can’t produce energy as long as nuclear power Melinda Burns, 3-18-2020, “The Nuclear Choice,” Santa Barbara Independent, A lot of misinformation about our sources of electrical energy has been circulating, claiming nuclear plant construction and maintenance produce lots of CO2. That’s true to some degree, but let’s put that in perspective. Solar and wind produce two to