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Featured Article: There’s no need to dread conflict during dinner

Finding common ground with liberals at Thanksgiving

By Kay Coles James, President, Heritage Foundation

With Thanksgiving approaching, a common complaint I hear is that the mix of political views at holiday gatherings can create some tense moments.
However, there’s no need to dread conflict during dinner. In fact, a conversation handled the right way may actually show your family that they have more in common than they think.

In the News: Medicare’s Total Lack of Economic Understanding

Medicare: What’s the Latest on Medicare Drug Price Negotiations?

Medical Gluttony: Patients have “been ripped off for years.”

Medical Myths and Rumors:  Is the Left now the Mainstream?

The Left’s Talent for Mainstreaming Immorality

The Bookshelf: The Liberal Faculty and Liberal Media Can’t allow Logic to be Expressed.

Hippocrates & His Kin: The Religious Vote

Words of Wisdom: By Henry Ford

In Memoriam: Psychology Professor, Susan Wheelan, 1947 to Oct. 26, 2019

Temple Psychologist Susan Wheelan Studied Perils of Working in Teams
and devised methods for resolving squabbles and getting things done.

Restoring Accountability in Medical Practice, HealthCare, Government and Society

By Moving from a Vertical (Hospital  Medical Complex) to a Horizontal Industry (Physicians-Hospital-Insurance on the same level) with Freedom from Gov’t Interference

Despite Democratic Socialists Faith In Government, it is The Precursor Of Totalitarianism.

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October 2019 MedicalTuesday Journal

Featured Article: President Trump Champions Religious Freedom at the U. N.
Kelsey Zorzi reported in the WSJ that President Trump championed Religious freedom at the United Nations more vigorously than any of his predecessors. President Trump isn’t known as a champion of human rights, but on Monday he became the first American president to convene a meeting at the United Nations on religious freedom. He kicked off the U.N. General Assembly’s annual session with a “Global Call to Protect Religious Freedom.”
Unintended Consequences of the Legalized Prenatal killing and Infanticide.
Hospital Kills Wrong Baby in Abortion, Woman Horrified to Discover Her Baby is Dead
In a mistake that turned deadly, a South Korean hospital is accused of aborting the wrong unborn baby after allegedly mixing up two pregnant patients’ charts.
Impeachment is Built on a Trap That Obama Created for Romney: Daniel Greenfield | Front Page |
The Whistleblower Protection Act was put into place for the stated purpose of fighting waste and mismanagement in the civil service. It’s a controversial piece of legislation, but its purpose is clear. It does not mean a government employee taking issue with a president’s foreign policy.
Medicare: Who Killed American Healthcare?
Who murdered the U.S. health care system? The most obvious suspect — ObamaCare — isn’t the real killer, it’s merely one of them.
Medical Gluttony: Medicaid and all its mandates over 50 years (1965—2015)
Medicaid was a relatively modest program with about 4 million enrollees and a budget of about $1 billion to be a safety net for those who had “any medically determinable physical or mental impairment which can be expected to result in death.” Now it has more than 70 million enrollees and cost $545 billion.
The Bookshelf: Gilder: Life After GOOGLE: Forget Cloud Computing:
The Fall of Big Data and the Rise of the Blockchain Economy. The Blockchain is the Internet of Money
The state is teaching kids to hate their own country and its president
The Skill in Growing Old
In Memoriam: The Butcher of Beijing
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Featured Article: Dramatically High Rate of Knee Arthroscopies

In the News: How can dead heroes offend the living?

International Medicine: Why wait until a patient is dead before harvesting his organs?

Medicare: The Moral Fabric  by Nicholas Eberstadt
American Exceptionalism and the Entitlement State (Part IV continued from April, May, June)

Asking for, and accepting, purportedly need-based government welfare benefits has become a fact of life for a significant and still growing minority of our population:

Medical Gluttony: Medical Tragedy

Medical Myths & Rumors:  Zuckerberg Backs Privacy Measure

Overheard in the Medical Staff Lounge: Why is gender transformation such an issue?

Voices of Medicine:  Why Do We Need a ‘Right to Try’ Bill in America?

The Bookshelf: Denied Abusive Peer Review attempts to destroy a physician and send him to the National Data bank, without “due process,” with his medical license removed as he enters the TOMB.

Hippocrates & His Kin: The Age of Majority Why is it legal for a doctor to kill a baby at birth, but when a pregnant woman is killed, it is considered a double murder?

In Memoriam: Franco Zeffirelli, the director of spectacular operas, plays and films

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Featured Article: The Continuing Epidemic of Trans

For teens who experience persistent gender dysphoria, this protocol can provide profound
relief from suffering. For some kids, however, gender dysphoria is temporary.
And the effects of transitioning can be permanent.

In the News: Transgender Military Service Ban

Gender identity, gender dysphoria, and transgender have been in the news recently which has been
heightened by the president’s ban on transgender military service, a change from the previous presidential policy. . . (more…)

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Featured Article: The Genius of America

Why Wilbur Wright Deserves the Bulk of the Credit for the First Flight

International Medicine: Democratic Socialism in Venezuela

“Make no mistake: Chávez and his successor Nicolás Maduro have shown the world the true colors of socialism—corruption, brutality, and failure—while my country men are dying in the streets.”

Government Medicine: The American Welfare State

In our wealthy society, the government officially treats an unprecedented portion of the population as “needy.”

Medical Myths & Rumors: Background music helps me concentrate while I study

Researchers from England and Sweden publish a study published in the journal Cognitive Psychology: They found those who listened to music while doing a task were less creative, compared to those who were in quiet conditions.

The Bookshelf: The Revolution:  A Manifesto by Ron Paul, MD

This Much Is True: The Government is expanding: Taxes are increasing:
Inflation is ballooning; Our basic freedoms are disappearing.

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There are 4 main types of people who believe in the false promises of socialism: Read more . . .

California Taxpayers Have Been Forced to Spend $700 Million to Kill Almost 1 Million Babies in Abortions. Viable babies require killing by dismembering prior to extraction frequently called the “silent scream” must be similar to the loud agonal screams of Jamal Khashoggi as his arms, legs and head were cut off while alive, in the Saudi embassy, which were audible but the recordings have been restricted or withdrawn.  Read more . . .

Through an examination of the experiences of New Zealand, Australia, and the United Kingdom, this paper brings to light some of the difficult decisions that accompany a national publicly funded pharmacare scheme, and the consequences of such programs for patients, physicians, innovators, and the industry. Read more . . .

Quartz Daily Brief, hi@qz.com, Weekend edition—Davos deliberations, flying cars, hagfish slime

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If patients would avoid going to the emergency rooms for non-emergency conditions,
we would reduce emergency room costs easily in half.

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Insurance companies are not able to print money. Therefore, the money they use to pay your

health care cost must first be taken away from you including their profit margin for their shareholders.

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Dr. Rosen:             We’ve experienced some severe changes in our country. I’ve never seen this   hostility towards a sitting president. Isn’t this an overt effort to remove an acting president from office?

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Charles Krauthammer wrote steadily for almost 40 years — but he was not a book-writer. He wrote essays, columns, speeches, etc. This is true of other top-rate and influential writers as well.

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This month we bring you four excellent reviews of timely books very relevant to the practice of medicine. This is a premier monthly column which you should bookmark and read on a regular basis for your practice well-being. http://www.jpands.org/jpands2204.htm

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The WSJ reported that many Apps were sending detailed private information to Facebook

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Money giving is a very good criterion . . . of a person’s mental health. Generous people are rarely mentally ill people. –Karl A. Menninger, Founder of the Menninger Psychoanalytic Institute.

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  1. Featured Article: Why Entitlements never seem to go away.
  2. In the News: An Obamacare Dilemma
  3. International Medicine: The NHS is very Efficient: Able to cancelled 55,000 Operations!
  4. Medicare: Why Doctors are Leaving Medicare
  5. Medical Gluttony: Third party healthcare will always be gluttonous.
  6. Medical Myths: Does third party healthcare deliver optimal care?
  7. Overheard in the Medical Staff Lounge: Is Black Prejudice Still Prevalent?
  8. Voices of Medicine: House Calls
  9. The Bookshelf: The Deep State
  10. Hippocrates & His Kin: How are Hippocrates Progeny Faring?
  11. Words of Wisdom: Time is Precious
  12. Last month’s Postings: January 2018
  13. This month in History: February
  14. In Memoriam: Barefoot to Billionaire
  15. The World-wide Public Forum: Talk Radio Dialogues Connect with almost Everyone
  16. Restoring Accountability in Medical Practice, HealthCare, Government and Society