By AVIK ROY | 01/17/14 12:00 AM
Two wealthy countries have health care systems that, if we could substitute them for our own, would exceed the dreams of American conservative reformers. Switzerland and Singapore achieve universal coverage while spending a fraction of what we spend, and they ensure broad access to high-quality...
By John C. Goodman | 01/17/14 12:00 AM
Health insurance is valuable for basically two reasons: to protect assets, including the benefits of future wage income, and to avoid free ridership. The public interest is obvious only in the second case.
By David Freddoso | 01/15/14 12:00 AM
Last year, Americans were treated to some very, um, innovative marketing techniques as Obamacare's state health insurance exchanges sought younger customers. Who could forget the “Brosurance” ads out of Colorado, featuring 20-something young men doing keg stands?
By Byron York | 01/13/14 12:00 AM
The individual mandate, Obamacare's requirement that all Americans have health insurance that includes "minimum essential coverage," has been in effect for two weeks now. No one has noticed because nothing has happened. But it will.
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