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Obese Individuals Banned From Having Surgery

The UK's National Health Services is contemplating a surgery ban for smokers and the obese until they can prove they are changing their ways. Is this a foreshadowing for what single-payer health care would look like in the US? Managing Editor for the Washington Examiner and author of Overcoming Obamacare: Three Approaches to Reversing the Government Takeover of Health Care, Philip Klein joins Dan and Amy to discuss.

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Jimmy Kimmel Doesn't Understand Anything

Jimmy Kimmel asked what part of the new healthcare bill does he not understand. Turns out, he doesn’t understand anything he just said. Who made Kimmel the moral authority on healthcare? Kimmel is feigning his concern for the common man to project what a great dad he is and how he’s just like you. Too bad his proposed policy is a cause of American suffering.

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Mission Betrayed

Dr. Michael Mann states the VA has become an institutional acceptance of mediocrity that has gone on as a 50 years plus tradition. In his new book, he reveals the most disturbing elements of the bureaucratic VA, including, the way the hospital hides behind a veil of misleading statistics of its successes, deceiving the American people and Congress. Professor of Surgery and Director of the Cardiothoracic Translations Research Lab at the University of California, San Francisco and author of “Mission Betrayed: How the VA Really Fails America’s Vets,” Dr. Michael Mann joins Dan and Amy to discuss.

The Logic Of The Nanny State

The recent story of 11-month old Charlie Gard brought to light some of the serious issues with Government-Funded Healthcare. Should the state have final say over parents when a child's life is at stake? And if a system gives the state that much power, do we want it in the United States? We asked those who support a single-payer healthcare system to help us Follow The Logic. 

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Charlie Gard's Parents Fight To Save Their Son

A U.S. doctor says an experimental procedure has 10% chance of helping Charlie Gard. The London High Court is still deciding if Charlie belongs to his parents or the state. Should Charlie be “allowed to die with dignity”? Are the State or parents better positioned to speak for children? Is this the future under a single-payer healthcare system? Dan & Kristen McQueary discussed Charlie Gard's parents' fight to save their son and the Orwellian double speak used by the UK's court and hospital systems.

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