In the News and on the Net

Grace-Marie Turner and Joe Antos have an editorial in the Wall Street Journal on the new Republican health plan. Both writers worked on the messaging for McCain’s health plan in the last election. They’re doing a better job this time around. I’ll have more to say about the plan next week.

I have an editorial on “A Medicare Explosion: How to Diffuse a Ticking Time Bomb” at Forbes online.

We’re now in the second week of a lively discussion on the decline of conservatism – what caused it, what it means – at the Gary Becker/Richard Posner blog.

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  1. Joe S. says:

    The discussion at the Becker/Posner blog is actually quite interesting.

  2. Terry says:

    Would like to hear your thoughts on the Coburn/Burr/Ryan/Nones bill (too bad this is being called the “Republican bill”).

    Isn’t this bill based on the ideas you and your colleagues developed at the NCPA?

  3. Larry N. says:

    The messaging for McCain was horrible. Let’s hope the messaging for this plan is an improvement.

  4. Ron Greiner says:

    To bad the NCPA doesn’t have a report that clearly states that employer-based health insurance is deadly. 680,000 American under the age of 65 get cancer every year.

    Young women, with no hair, losing their insurance is disgusting. How many millions of Americans with cancer have lost their employer insurance since WW2?

    If the NCPA does not hurry the New York Times is going to beat them to the punch. Goofy reporters beating the the experts of the NCPA, get real.