Tuesday On The Morning Zone, Healthcare, Silent Majority, and The Chamber
It's another fabulous day in the Morning Zone. Join us to hear these great discussions.
7:07AM MDT: Healthcare Is Not for Sharing...Contributor & author: Dr. Jane M. Orient, Medical Physician and Executive Director of Association of American Physicians and Surgeons, http://www.aapsonline.org/. Dr. Orient has been in solo practice of general internal medicine since 1981 and is a clinical lecturer in medicine at the University Of Arizona College Of Medicine guests. She says, "Since people aren’t willing to share enough to bring about the equality and the optimal average health statistics that the reformers desire, the big-government answer is to take. Set up a commission of right-minded people to decide how much money is required to pre-pay for all “necessary” and “appropriate” healthcare services, and how much is each person’s fair “share.” Hire enough IRS agents to enforce the “contributions.” Then set up bureaucracies to allocate the booty, first to highest priorities like curbing smoking and obesity."
7:37AM MDT: Tom Rossman ...The Silent Majority on Both Sides... His new book, The Synthesis Revolution: New Thinking for a New Era of Prosperity. The Silent Majority on Both Sides..Congress has earned single-digit approval ratings for its inability to solve our biggest challenges, from the financial crisis to education and tax reform. The need for political reform is urgent and widely agreed upon, so why can't we achieve it?
8:07AM MDT: Dale Steenbergen, Executive Director of The Greater Cheyenne Chamber of Commerce joins us with an update on economic activity in the area, new businesses coming in and opening, plus, more on the downtown hole.