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"Okay Boomer," What Do You Think? Jane M. Orient
Category: Life In America Published: May 2020
"Ve get so soon old und so late schmart."
 
A Breath of Fresh Air Jane M. Orient
Category: Political Landscape Published: March 2018
"Pres. Donald Trump has the climate alarmists--including the Pope--in a sweat over his undoing of Obama's energy policies."
 
An Epidemic of Denial Jane M. Orient
Category: Medicine & Health Published: January 2019
"We need an outbreak of common sense."
 
Can the Deplorables Strike Back? Jane M. Orient
Category: Political Landscape Published: March 2021
"The measures government and its partners--big tech, news media, even most medical organizations--are imposing to 'protect' us from a viral disease are the same as those used to suppress political dissent."
 
Cause of Death? Jane M. Orient
Category: Medicine & Health Published: September 2021
"Thousands of healthy people are dying unexpectedly, but our public health agencies are assuring us that their demise was not caused by the COVID-19 vaccination."
 
Chemical Weapons Conundrum Jane M. Orient
Category: Worldview Published: July 2017
"Some babies have dies horribly. How many will die, ostensibly, to avenge them?"
 
Diagnostic Dishonesty Jane M. Orient
Category: Therapeutic Theory Published: January 2020
A self-appointed "Independent Expert Panel for Presidential Fitness" should concern all Americans. Congressional Democrats, mainstream news media, and this panel are determined to achieve "regime change."
 
Don't Cave to Corona Jane M. Orient
Category: Health Beat Published: March 2020
"Prepare to take care of yourself and your family. Be sure you have a fever thermometer, disposable gloves, plastic garbage bags, and cleaning supplies. A pulse oximeter, available in many places for around $40 is good to have to check oxygen levels."
 
Government's War on COVID Means More American Casualties Jane M. Orient
Category: Political Landscape Published: November 2021
" . . . The intelligence from the FDA, CDC, and other authorities is as reliable as what we had in Afghanistan."
 
Hurricanes Bring Out the Bluster Bums Jane M. Orient
Category: Political Landscape Published: November 2017
"The climate-change agenda is all about restricting our energy supply to sources most vulnerable to destruction in a crisis."
 
Lessons from the Coronavirus "Emergency" Jane M. Orient
Category: American Thought Published: November 2020
"Let us hope that the shock of COVID-19 and the freedom-crushing response will awaken Americans to the danger of trusting our lives and liberty to the government-anointed experts of the medical-industrial-regulatory complex."
 
No Rights Health Care Jane M. Orient
Category: Medicine & Health Published: July 2018
"Americans need to look behind the 'rights' rhetoric, see the chains, and follow the money."
 
No Vax, No College? Jane M. Orient
Category: Life In America Published: July 2021
"So, what can students do?--be cheerful or reluctant participants in a massive uncontrolled experiment and hope for the best? Seek an exemption? Perhaps pause their education plans--and outrageous tuition?"
 
Not a Racist . . .Not Enough Jane M. Orient
Category: Health Beat Published: May 2021
"[Patients] probably would like their doctor to be studying about the latest giagnostic and therapeutic developments instead od attending a struggle session where he is expected to confess his guilt about 'white priviledge.'"
 
Promises, Promises Jane M. Orient
Category: Health Beat Published: January 2021
[Pres.-elect Joe] Biden and Vice Pres.-elect Kamala Harris were not in a position to determine health policy, so they ran on promises--so many promises.
 
Repeal vs. Reality Jane M. Orient
Category: Medicine & Health Published: May 2017
"We had hopes that AHCA--if properly amended--would have been a wedge of freedom rather than a weigh station on the road to a full crony capitalistic government takeover. The ultimate goal must still be the resoration of a free market."
 
So What if ObamaCare Is Unconstitutional Jane M. Orient
Category: Law & Justice Published: March 2019
"Without the individual mandate, but with PPACA's Federal insurance rules still in place, Americans have a tough choice: buy unaffordable, undesirable, even objectionable coverage, or be uninsured."
 
Stranded in SwampCare Jane M. Orient
Category: Medicine & Health Published: September 2018
A huge part of the health-care dollar is diverted to bureaucrats, compliance officers, administrators, CEOs, managed-care profits, middlemen such as pharmacy benefits managers, & other swamp dwellers who contribute nothing to the actual care of patients.
 
Subsidies in the Soup? Jane M. Orient
Category: Medicine & Health Published: May 2015
"Once again it's batter up for the Supreme Court on ObamaCare."
 
Telemedicine Trouble Ahead Jane M. Orient
Category: Medicine & Health Published: November 2016
"…A good rule for responsible [state] legislators: if you do not fully understand the implications of a bill, vote no. Wait and see how it works out elsewhere."
 
The Blight of ObamaCare Will not Vanish Jane M. Orient
Category: Medicine & Health Published: September 2017
We are moving toward the end-game of single payer. The system wants citizens to trade their freedom for the illusion of health care, but Americans soon will learn that freedom is of the greatest importance when life is at stake.
 
The Chicken or the Egg--and What About the Rooster? Jane M. Orient
Category: Life In America Published: March 2020
"One can debate endlessly about the role of nature or nurture in molding a person . . . But sex is 100% nature. It is not 'assigned.'"
 
The Evidence Against Evidence-Based Medicine Jane M. Orient
Category: Medicine & Health Published: November 2018
"The curriculum [to become a doctor] now must have social justice as a 'core tenet of medical ethics,' teach about 'unconscious racism,' and include 30 core competencies for caring for LGBT patients."
 
The Right to Try Jane M. Orient
Category: Health Beat Published: July 2018
When we say the "most vulnerable" need to be protected, does that mean the patients or academic research establishment? Organizations that determine standards of care? Medical journals? Pharmaceutical companies? Insurers? Pharmacy benefits managers?
 
The Stethoscope Is Not Just a Prop Jane M. Orient
Category: Medicine & Health Published: January 2020
"High tech is wonderful and incresingly capable but, if the stethoscope is dying, so is the art of clinical medicine."
 
Up Against the Wall Jane M. Orient
Category: Law & Justice Published: March 2021
Americans are learning that we are all in this together--except for the elite who draw salaries from bureaucracies and legislators who vote for laws written by special interests who invest millions in campaign contributions to reap billions in benefits.
 
Vaccinating Away Our Freedom Jane M. Orient
Category: Medicine & Health Published: May 2019
"Doctors may advise, or patients may choose, a course that is harmful but, if governmental authorities, imbued with a sense of infallibility, impose their will on everyone, the consequences of a bad choice affect millions."
 
What Am I Bid? Jane M. Orient
Category: Polling Place Published: November 2019
"Both the promised benefits and the enormity of the crisis are up for bid. Voters are promised Medicare for All, student debt forgiveness, free child care, free parental leave, and guaranteed income--for starters."
 
What the Green New Deal Would Mean for Medicine Jane M. Orient
Category: Medicine & Health Published: September 2019
"…How will our actual medical care and health--as opposed to our health insurance card--be affected?"