Will Immigration Reverse Europe’s Population Decline?

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?

When an Insurance Company Holds the Patient Hostage

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

GM Encouraged by 24.5% Sales Drop in August

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