Medical Tuesday Blog

The January 2019 Issue:

Mar 19

Written by: Del Meyer
03/19/2019 8:29 AM 

Success must be measured not by the amount of money we throw at poverty solutions, but by the number of people who are exiting poverty. Read more

‘This is not your grandfather’s democratic socialism,” a Washington Post columnist gushes in a video celebrating the congressional primary victory of Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, a member of the Democratic Socialists of America. Read more

A global epidemic of attacks on ethical physicians, which endangers patients, was the focus of the 13th UNESCO World Conference on Bioethics, Medical Ethics & Health Law, recently held in Jerusalem. Read more

Here’s the difference between a ‘socialist’ and a ‘Democratic socialist’ be John Haltiwanger  Read more

Governor Jerry Brown who is 80-years-old is finishing his second of two 8-year terms. He leaves the governor’s office on Jan 7, 2019 with a $14.8-billion surplus. The legislature is tripping over each other in their haste to spend these surpluses. Read more

Third-Party-Free means that we do not participate with ANY third party (Medicare, Medicaid, HMOs, Tri-Care, Workers Comp, Motor Vehicle No Fault, insurers, etc. –Read more

Dr. Rosen: We have a new government that will take effect this month. What will that mean for physicians and healthcare? Read more

Krauthammer explained in the introduction to his 2013 collection of columns, “Things That Matter,” “Politics, the crooked timber of our communal lives, dominates everything because, in the end, everything .  .  . lives or dies by politics. Politics is the moat, the walls, beyond which lie the barbarians.” Read more

A legendary American Dive-Bomber Pilot Remembers The Battle of Midway. Read more

Medical care is a professional service, not a right. Rights (as to life, liberty, and property) may be defended by force. Professional services are subject to economic laws, such as supply and demand, and are not properly procured by force. Read more

He who moves not forward goes backward. –Johann Wolfgang von Goethe 

Featured Article: Minimum Wage Laws

In the News: Are Cigarette Taxes Useful in Kicking the Habit and Improving Health?

On Jan 16, 1920, The U. S. government declared a war on the “demon alcohol” by passing the Eighteenth Amendment.  Read more

Carlene Roberts Rose Into Management When Female Executives Were Nearly Unknown   Read more

Beverly Eakman : Educating for a New World Order …and how to PUSH BACK!
Healthcare needs to develop these same strategies to PUSH GOVERNMENT INTRUSION BACK!

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