Cutting Out the Medical Middleman: How Mark Cuban’s Experiment Might Change Healthcare

A Bitter Pill Medicare, a it currently exists, has a fundamental flaw. While it is capable of paying for hospital stays, doctor’s visits, and all manner of other medical treatments, it fails to adequately address the one aspect of the healthcare system its beneficiaries most frequently interact with: prescription drugs. Medicare’s drug program, Medicare Part

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Opinion: Looking Down on the Masses

There has always been those who think they are better than “the masses” of people. Throughout history, they have gone by many names: royalty, aristocrats, and more recently elitists. Members of these exclusive groups are the antithesis of what our Constitutional Republic was meant to be. They consider themselves to be our superiors, so, of

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