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Stop Tilting at Windmills, Conservatives. Come up With Actual Health-Care Solutions.

Conservatives should think about how to reform health policy rather than hope for a judicial lightning bolt to strike Obamacare down.

So, You Want Canadian Health Care?

The Democrats’ pretense that we can provide Medicare for All and receive the same level of care we’ve become accustomed to is applesauce.

French Socialism Has Failed

‘Free’ government services in France are unsustainable and anything but progressive.

A Cost-of-Living Agenda

There’s room to pursue an agenda on the right that would tackle inflation in health care, housing, and higher education, and with time there could be some interest in it too. But on the left, it certainly looks like doubling down on the restriction of supply and the subsidization of demand is all we’re going to see at this point.

So Trump Wants to Make the Gop the ‘Party of Health Care’? Here’s How to Do It.

Making Republicans the party of health care means putting the commitment to health care and financial security first and the goal of cost control second.

A Contagion of Folly

Vaccines are one of the greatest gifts of the modern age. Why do so many people ignore their benefits?

Chronic Condition

We are likely at a moment of sustained stalemate on health care rather than on the brink of another progressive breakthrough.

Defunding Abortion

The Trump administration’s newly proposed rule to make it harder to use federal Title X dollars to promote and provide abortion is a modest but significant and important step.

A New Health-Care Debate

A decentralizing and deregulatory approach to health policy offers a substantively and politically attractive path for Republicans. But whether it turns out to be more attractive than falling back into the role of pure critics of Democratic health reforms remains to be seen.

In Medicine, the Science Has Stopped Working

The replication crisis in experimental psychology has been well publicized. But there is a replication crisis going on in biomedicine at the moment too, and it is even worse.