There’s a certain amount of lingo that comes with the provision of health care. In most developed countries, these words are “doctor,” “nurse,” “scalpel,” “appendix,” that sort of thing. But American health care has its own unique vocabulary: “co-pay,” “HMO,” “COBRA,” “doughnut hole” . . . And we’re always adding to it. The latest word is “exchanges.” A mere twelve months ago “exchanges” were something to do with stocks or trying to get a larger size when you’re given a too-tight thong for Christmas. Now, suddenly, it’s the new health-care buzzword. You go to the federal website for the “exchanges,” …
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The special counsel’s final report on the Clinton campaign’s manufacturing of the Trump–Russia collusion narrative will be very interesting reading.
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‘We’ll get less than that, but we’re going to get it,’ the president said.
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A 25-year-old suspect in the murder of Conservative MP David Amess is currently being held in a station in Essex.
By standing up to the woke mob, Netflix is providing a model for how corporations should respond to demands that they enforce leftist speech codes.
Left-wing prosecutors and judges have been thwarted in their attempt to rewrite a congressionally enacted statute.
Contrary to what some conservatives have argued, there are prudent — and principled — ways to secure more robust free-speech protections for social-media users.