The Case for Free Market Healthcare
In America, any healthcare delivery system must be respectful of the dignity of man. It must respect the property rights of those engaged in its delivery. It must place the patient and their doctor at the center of the decision-making process, and it cannot, under any circumstances, allow external forces to decide who receives and who does not receive treatment. The future directions laid out in The Case for Free Market Healthcare are largely unaddressed by the American press, political leaders, or policymakers, yet integral to our nation’s continued well-being in the fullest sense of the word.
Recipes for a Sacred Life
ON A DARK WINTER NIGHT with little to do, Rivvy Neshama took a “Find Your Highest Purpose” quiz. And the funny thing was, she found it: to live a sacred life. Problem was, she didn’t know how. But she set out to learn. And in the weeks and months that followed, she began to remember and encounter all the people and experiences featured in this book—from her father’s jokes to her mother’s prayers, from Billie in Harlem to a stranger in Salzburg, and from warm tortillas to the humble oatmeal. Each became a story, like a recipe passed down, beginning with her mother and her simple toast to life.