How the Minimum Wage Benefits Corporations at the Expense of Workers

If there is a silver lining to the dark clouds on Wall Street, it’s that people are finally waking up to the realization that something is fundamentally wrong with the U.S. economy. Unfortunately, most citizens accept long-refuted economic myths and, thus, incorrectly prescribe more government to cure a problem caused by too much government. . . . → Read More: How the Minimum Wage Benefits Corporations at the Expense of Workers

Congress’ Bailout Plan: Will It Be Enough to Bridge Political, Cultural Divides?

When I was a kid (I’m 55 now), I looked forward to holiday dinners because that was when my parents and my grandparents held their traditional “Was FDR a scoundrel or a savior?” debate. My grandparents, who worked for public utilities and, thus, survived the Great Depression with conservative opinions intact, argued for FDR . . . → Read More: Congress’ Bailout Plan: Will It Be Enough to Bridge Political, Cultural Divides?

Health Insurance Companies Take Advantage of Doctors, Part II

I’ve posted previously on how tough insurance companies can make it for doctors to collect their payments. Those of you in the profession know what I am talking about and are probably familiar with the acronym “EOB.” The EOB is the “Explanation of Benefits” that insurance companies provide to their patients and physicians.

If . . . → Read More: Health Insurance Companies Take Advantage of Doctors, Part II