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  • Feb 19, 2009

    NATIONAL POST

    With U.S. President Barack Obama visiting Canada today just as the market is threatening to fall to new lows, it's worth looking at some of his ideas to reform Social Security and the American retirement system.


  • Feb 14, 2009

    The future of health insurance

    It's hard to find anyone who likes America's health care system, including John Goodman, president and founder of the National Center for Policy Analysis. But you'll never find Goodman saying that health care is better in places like Europe, where socialist governments provide "free" universal health care for everyone.


  • Feb 13, 2009

    GOP Stimulus Playbook Useless in Health Care Battle

    Mitt Romney arrived at the House Republicans' late-January retreat to a room that hardly needed a pep talk. Their vote against the Democrats' Economic Recovery Act had revved them up; all Romney needed to tell them was that they "stood strong," and that their fellow Republicans stood proud. Romney, who'd testified at the sole House Republican hearing on the stimulus, urged them to take one step further.


  • Feb 12, 2009

    Social Security issue in hibernation

    WASHINGTON - A year ago, restructuring Social Security to include personal investment accounts was President Bush's top domestic priority, touted in his State of the Union address and promoted in dozens of town hall appearances across the country.

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  • Feb 05, 2009

    Who Should Replace Tom Daschle?

    Who can best help President Obama push through health care reform? The Post asked some Beltway observers for their thoughts, now that tax troubles have aborted the nomination of Thomas A. Daschle for secretary of health and human services and White House health czar. Below are contributions from Robert Shrum, Robert Moffit, Ruy Teixeira, Frank Micciche, William A. Galston, John Seigenthaler, Robert J. Blendon, John Goodman, Georges C. Benjamin and John Dingell.



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