How can we encourage life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness?

“There are two ways to be fooled. One is to believe what isn’t true; the other is to refuse to believe what is true.” Soren Kierkegaard. As you watch events unfold around the world, it is easy believe reports that support what we already believe to be true. That process is called confirmation bias. The…

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Know These Two Things and Healthcare Becomes Clearer

I was riding the bus to work and I overheard a woman talking to a man behind me, “I don’t understand health insurance,” she said. I elected not to interrupt their conversation. There are two things you need to know and suddenly health insurance will make a lot more sense: It is not about your…

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Why Universal Healthcare Is Doomed to Failure in America

The reason can be summed up in one word – mindset. The case of Charlie Gard may be a classic example of the difference between the American mindset and the mindset in UK. Charlie Gard, an 11-month-old infant with a rare genetic condition and brain damage, is considered terminal by doctors in the UK. They…

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The Transgender Restroom Solution – Outlaw Urinals

If we want to solve a problem, it is key to get down to the root cause. That has not been done in the case of transgender restrooms. Obama ordered public schools to allow people to go to the restroom that makes them most comfortable. That just causes another problem when people are uncomfortable with…

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It All Starts with Vision

B. J. Palmer had a saying on a wall at Palmer College of Chiropractic that went something like this – Many people have the eyesight of an eagle and the vision of a clam. A friend just posted that after watching Trump’s acceptance speech, he didn’t see the plan for accomplishment. That comment actually sparked…

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