My Seven-Step Replacement Plan for the Affordable Care Act

On Friday, December 14, 2018, a Texas federal judge ruled that the Affordable Care Act (ACA) is unconstitutional. The ruling is expected to be appealed and many, myself included, expect this to head to the Supreme Court. It would be the third time the Court would hear a case related to the ACA and those who oppose the law are hoping that the third time’s a charm. While the … [Read more...]

The Pill: Ironic Reliance on a Non-Feminist Drug

The Pill: No other drug has the audacity to co-opt a generic word all for itself. Pfizer, the nation’s largest pharmaceutical company, lists over 215 products on its website. Yet the Pill’s notoriety as a female contraception drug is so ingrained in the American consciousness, no other descriptors are necessary. Too bad for that also-ran helper Viagra; the erectile dysfunction … [Read more...]

Employee Based Healthcare: An Obsolete Entitlement

Advocacy for universal healthcare in America has stirred up the debate over the government’s role in society. Should the government require that all Americans are medically insured? If so, those who cannot afford it will get their insurance paid by the government. It won’t take long for the collective chorus to start chanting, “Entitlement!”So-called entitlement programs are … [Read more...]