The U.S. crisis regarding student loan debt and rising higher education costs is unprecedented. The cost of doing nothing is damaging our economy and workforce, so what are our options?
With many candidates already back-pedaling on their stance about Medicare For All, we provide an easy-to-follow break down of the 2020 Democratic Presidential Candidates’ positions on Medicare For all and the Affordable Care Act.
Is the “Fight for 15” enough? Understanding the purpose and history of the minimum wage helps us to understand the presidential candidates’ stances, as well as our own.
In recent months, global attention has focused on the Amazon. However, deforestation is a world-wide crisis with severe consequences to which we all contribute.
Is voter confusion over the differences between Medicare For All, a public option, and other policies done by design? CNN health care policy writer, Tami Luhby, reports that support for Medicare For All has waned but often omits or overlooks contributing factors in her biased reporting.
Washington Post and Journalist Jennifer Rubin Publish Over 20 Attacks Against Bernie Sanders. A disturbing trend has saturated the mainstream media’s coverage of the 2020 Democratic presidential primary...
In his RealClearPolitics article, “Single-Payer Healthcare Will Increase Fraud, Corruption,” Chris Jacobs attempts to convince readers that using a Medicare For All single-payer system will cost taxpayers billions of dollars…
Laura Davison, Bloomberg author of "Tax Hikes on the Wealthy Alone Can’t Pay for ‘Medicare for All,’" misleads readers by cherry-picking one conservative study and misrepresenting Senator Sanders's Medicare-for-All plan.
While the overall methodology of the poll appears to be credible, there are a couple questionable factors that create doubt about the relevancy of some of the results. Of more concern is the bias with which the poll findings were reported.
While Rep. Moulton is correct that the VA system has its flaws, his diagnosis is incorrect. This is critically important because we cannot fix our healthcare system without understanding why it is broken.