Health

Washington Post Says Health Care 'Rationing' Shouldn't be Dirty Word

Staff writer argues U.S. care delivered in 'haphazard, even illogical, way.'

The Times Confronts an Urban Liberal Nightmare: Cupcakes for Children

A Times headline writer has some issues with sweets: "Trying to keep obese students away from their favorite poisons."

'Early Show' Uses Woman with Rare Disease to Advocate for ObamaCare

Biased doctor cites faulty study to assert lack of insurance 'does kill people.'

Desperate for Guests? 'World News' Goes to Rolling Stone's Taibbi for Health Care Segment

Magazine contributing editor, who once said 'guy huffing glue' more sensible than Minnesota Rep. Michele Bachmann, is ABC's 'progressive' voice on health care.

Health Care Co-ops: Just another Public Option

National media ignore Reid, Baucus' co-op comparisons to government plan and similarities to HillaryCare.

HBO's Maher: Americans too 'Stupid' so President Should Force ObamaCare into Law

'Real Time' host on health care battle says Sen. Baucus 'Needs to wake up tomorrow with an intern's head in his bed.'

CNN Pushes Massachusetts 'Model' for Health Reform But Admits 'Rising Costs'

Jim Acosta fails to include critics in Romney Care story, brings up death panel rhetoric.

CNN Devotes Six Minutes to Health Care 'Rationing' Proponent

Princeton bioethics professor Peter Singer tells 'American Morning' Americans 'already have rationed care.'

Looking for a Health Care Scapegoat: Networks Try to Marginalize Talk Radio

Media blame ObamaCare struggles on conservative stations, reminiscent of 2007 immigration reform failure.

N.Y. Congressman Pushes 'Medicare-for-all' on 'Morning Joe'

'Morning Joe' fails to note problems in claim there is no need for private insurers.
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