There is a common misconception about Europe – that immigration is the single greatest threat to the economies of EU member states. However, evidence suggests that Europe is on the brink of a far greater crisis, for which immigration provides the only economically-effective solution.
As the world emerges from its blissfully long summer of . . . → Read More: Will Immigration Reverse Europe’s Population Decline?
I’ve mentioned several times before that doctors are not good businesspeople and that the current state of the health reimbursement system is a mess. One reason it is so messy is that it is all about business and not about care. In this country, the basic teaching of medicine is that “continuous care” is . . . → Read More: When an Insurance Company Holds the Patient Hostage
After posting a 24.5% decline in August sales, GM announced on September 3 that it was encouraged by falling gas prices and signs that the market might finally be bottoming out. It takes a whale of a positive attitude to see a bright spot in a sales report like that, especially when the drop . . . → Read More: GM Encouraged by 24.5% Sales Drop in August