Whether it’s through the news or on the front lines of a protest, the phrase: “Healthcare is a human right” is something we hear a lot. But what does that mean? Why does it matter? And most importantly, what should and can we do about it? During the pandemic, healthcare has become even more … Continue reading is healthcare a human right?
I’m going to be honest, I don’t know what got me thinking of healthcare’s relationship to jobs. All I know is that one day I had the question, will medicare for all get rid of health care and administrative jobs? I thought that simply googling this question would bring me an answer. However, this is … Continue reading what kind of an impact will universal healthcare have on jobs?
As a little bonus post for the week, I am going to be talking about who I am, why I blog, and some general information about this blog. The main two reasons that I decided to write this post are that this little community has grown a lot in recent months and it’s the beginning-ish … Continue reading behind the blog: why I write about politics
This is not a post about why universal health care should be a thing or my own personal opinion. This is a post about what universal healthcare would look like and how it would function in the United States. I have written a post about how universal healthcare affects jobs, but this is going to … Continue reading how does universal health care work?
When I say learn from this virus, I mean learn from the situation we are in and all of the effects it’s having. The government is not doing the best job handling the coronavirus and that’s why it’s not getting better at the same rate as other countries. It would be unfortunate if, after … Continue reading what should the government learn from covid-19