Free speech isn’t about politics. It’s about what a given community of people finds acceptable, and what goes too far.
Cleveland was devoted to classically liberal values like individual liberty, small government, sound money, and above all, honesty.
How would the Kentucky senator fix America’s health care system?
Only by taking risks and earning profits can job creators better society.
Radical innovation to improve health care is only lacking because we forcibly contain it.
Maybe the private sector could have handled this better.
We’re almost out of time to change course.
Technology could be the problem to America’s health care woes.
Free market, patient-centered health care reform should look like Sen. Paul’s bill, focused on freeing people to keep more of what they earn out of the hands of central planners.