According to this article, doctors in Illinois are directly opposed to Wal-Mart, Walgreens, CVS , and Rite Aid. And why would doctors oppose a service in the marketplace that provides affordable, convenient, and fast health care to patients? Well, mainly because affordable, convenient, and fast health care are bad for their businesses. Oh you didn’t realize that your doctor’s office is a business?
Every day we hear about the rising cost of healthcare, but…
Walk-in clinics represent one of the most advanced and aggressive attempts by US business and entrepreneurs to drive reform of the healthcare system.
Sounds good to me. Of course, doctors are not readily admitting that they Continue reading “Wal-Mart Walk In Clinics Opposed By…Doctors?”
Kathering Mangu-Ward at Reason has blogs about Wilkinson, who cites a Harris Poll.Â Â Mangu-WardÂ says that Wilkinson claims that the Harris Poll numbersÂ point to optimism as the reason that we keep having kids.
I guess that’s a reasonable explanation, at least for the rest of you.
My friends and I are all having babies at the same time. In our cases it’s because we’re so damn sexy our women can’t keep their hands off of us.
The Washington Times has a breakdown of where the $21,992 collected per household goes. By the way, the federal government will spend $24,106 per household. I don’t know how you do your budget in your house, but that doesn’t add up at mine.
Here’s a quick list of where the money goes, with some commentary on where it would go if I were king, errr, in charge:
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The best thing about this interview is that as, ahem, “smart” and clever Maher is, he had very little in way of retort to Paul. Maybe this is the first time Maher has heard the argument that the Civil War wasn’t really about slavery?
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