WHY GLOBAL STAGFLATION IS HERE
WHAT HEALTH CARE REFORM LOOKS LIKE
What Can Be Done to Make Health Care More Efficient?
James C. Capretta | Dispatch
Excellent medical care is common in the US, but it is provided amid all-too-evident dysfunction. The fundamental problem is the absence of discipline and accountability. James C. Capretta outlines several reforms that would make the American health care system far more efficient.
If You Think the Deficit Is Bad Now, It Will Soon Get Worse
Mark J. Warshawsky | Hill
In July, the Congressional Budget Office (CBO) projected that the federal government budget deficit would be 3.7 percent of gross domestic product (GDP) in 2023. The author's rough calculation is that the 2023 deficit will come in at 6.4 percent of GDP, or nearly 70 percent higher than the CBO projection.
Four Steps the Pentagon Can Take to Fix the Munitions Industrial Base
John G. Ferrari | Hill