The Real Tragedy Of Newtown, Aurora, Virginia Tech. Tucson and Columbine

On March 4, 2013, in Blog, Federal Government, Issues, Recent News, Regulation, by drclairefriend

The continuing drumbeat of the political assault on the Second Amendment suggests a disturbing increase in the direction of government authority. It should make every free American citizen quake in his boots. The stated goals repeatedly parroted by Joe Biden and Dianne Feinstein to the media and the public almost on a daily basis are […]

WSJ: What Mitt Learned at Bain Capital


From the WSJ Mitt Romney: What I Learned at Bain Capital My business experience taught me how to help companies grow—and what to do when trouble arises. When you see a problem, run toward it before the problem gets worse. The back-to-school season is here, and as parents take their children to shop for school […]

Capitalism and The Right to Rise

On December 20, 2011, in American Exceptionalism, Budgets, Economy, Federal Government, Regulation, by Dr. James Huang

Here is a link to the WSJ’s article from Jeb Bush. “Capitalism and the Right to Rise”.   Capitalism and the Right to Rise In freedom lies the risk of failure. But in statism lies the certainty of stagnation.   By JEB BUSH Congressman Paul Ryan recently coined a smart phrase to describe the core […]

Reader Consult: Are These The Top 5 Ways To Improve Primary Care?

On May 24, 2011, in Healthcare, Healthcare Subcommittee, Issues Committee, Recent News, Regulation, by Dr. James Huang

Check out the article in the Wall Street Journal. If you look at the source (National Physicians Alliance, a 22,000-member group of doctors that advocates for affordable, universal health care) , understand their intentions. Best advice is caveat emptor! Keep a strong open dialogue with your physicians. Here are their recommendations. Top Five List, Family […]

Nikki Haley takes on Obama

On April 29, 2011, in Economy, Obama Administration, Recent News, Regulation, by Clare Venegas

South Carolina Governor Nikki Haley in today's Wall Street Journal explains just how blatantly anti-free market the Obama Administration is and just how powerful special-interest unions are in the White House.