With the possible exception of wars, few national issues have stirred Americans' passions as much as our current debate over reforming our health care system. Here on Blogcritics, articles arguing the pros and cons of health care reform have reached impressive numbers, and the issue is being discussed and argued everywhere from Capitol Hill to your office water cooler. Here then, is Blogcritics' contribution to the national dialogue on this critical topic affecting every person in America. The feature is open to all writers, and will be updated continuously as new articles are published. We hope these essays from Blogcritics' “sinister cabal of superior writers” will provide you with much to contemplate as you read them. Welcome to Debating Health Care!
I’m not suggesting that just because it’s good enough for your military it’s good enough for you, but hey, isn’t it?
Pay just 98 cents a month for the minimum health care coverage you need. There is just one nosy little catch.
"The people" are multifaceted, and divided. But practically all of us want health care reform.
Thousands of Americans were left out of the Obamacare debate. Here's how to help them.
I would like to add my voice to the chorus yelling against the forced drugging of the American people.
It won't be Obama's administration that presides over the economic determination of my future existence.
Pelosi is still scrambling for votes and so far she doesn't have the pro-life House Dems on board. "Slaughter Solution" is still on the table to pass ObamaCare.
A week ago, Pelosi and Stupak were “liars,” this week a so-called "compromise" was brewing: what "drama" is next?
Gee, Doc, I just can't IMAGINE how you can think that stress is a factor in my illness!
The Republicans insist they have been excluded from the health care reform process. Yet, the White House's website refutes this claim.
Adjusting how you make decisions can improve life in many ways.
John Lake questions how the issue of abortion is viewed by liberals and conservatives.
Life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness are at risk.
Will President Obama's Health Care Reform finally bring some hope to the uninsured?
“Joe the Senator” believes that it is wrong for our government to take over the health insurance industry. So do many Americans.
Principle and cash clash over advertising
A mother reflects on the impact of nationalized health care to childbirth.
Hey Democrats: the Republican Party does have solutions to health care reform; are you listening?
At what point does compromise render legislation worthless?
Alan Grayson's satire of the Republican stance on health care not best described as 'gutsy.'