Posts Tagged ‘France’

Has U.S. Health Care Spending Finally Stabilized?

February 3, 2019 | ACA

Has U.S. Health Care Spending Finally Stabilized? An Outlook for 2019 The official 2017 statistics from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS) are out, and there are some good news: The annual growth rate of health care spending is slowing down, and is the lowest since 2013 at 3.9%—it was 4.8% for …

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What Could “Medicare for All” Look Like for Main Street Americans

November 2, 2018 | Medicare for All

What Could “Medicare for All” Look Like for Main Street Americans? Looking beyond the (too) narrow choice between the status-quo and a single payer solution  Our November 6, 2018 midterm elections are four days away, and over 70% of Americans tell pollsters that health care is their number one concern. Many in the U.S. worry …

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Is Universal Health Care Socialism?

September 11, 2018 | Health Care

Is Universal Health Care Socialism?  The November midterms elections are approaching, and one of the major topics is health care. Democrats are campaigning on retaining Obamacare, in many cases advocating that we move towards universal health care. That would be pure socialism, retort Republicans, who would rather repeal the Affordable Care Act as they attempted …

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The World Cup Is Over, Bravo Les Bleus!

July 24, 2018 | Sports

The World Cup Is Over, Bravo Les Bleus! The 2018 World Cup is over, with a fitting final for this great tournament: France 4 x 2 Croatia had more goals in regulation time than any final since 1958 (Brazil 5 x 2 Sweden). Mbappé scored Les Bleus’ fourth goal, the French team’s young sensation being …

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World Cup of Soccer: How Do You Say “Mundial” in Russian?

June 4, 2018 | World Cup

World Cup of Soccer: How Do You Say “Mundial” in Russian? The World Cup is coming! It will start precisely at 11am ET on June 14, in Moscow, with a match between host Russia and Saudi Arabia. Thirty-two soccer nations will vie for that most elusive title in sports, achieved by only eight countries since …

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