Michael McGrady: Lessons on COVID-19 Hysteria and Public Health Panics

World War One made the breakout of the H1N1 influenza virus, or Spanish flu, which began in the winter of 1918. Due to the movement of troops and  the close quarters invited by trench warfare, this case of the influenza virus is considered one of the worst in human history. The Spanish flu killed 40 […]

What to Expect in the Government Controlled Health System, Part 2

The Affordable Care Act (ACA) choices in premium and subsidies were shown in Part 1.  Those estimates assume ACA will be implemented as intended.  At a family cost averaging about $10,000 per year (pre-subsidy), consumers will demand a working, effective system.  We are a very long way from that, and it is unclear that ACA […]