As the new federal program seeks to limit Americans’ access to spe-cialists and medical innovations, primary-care doctors will become ever more scarce.
The evidence is in that steeper taxes and overregulation fail to boost incomes and ease inequality.
Extending the maturity dates for government debt would literally buy time.
The damage was done, and the worst outcomes averted, before President Bush even left office.
Will the administration ever learn? Neither stimulus spending nor the redistribution of income creates jobs.
The real problem? The uncontrolled growth of federal spending.
When stimulus spending roars down the highway disguised as infrastructure spending, it's time to hit the brakes.
Either approach might work. The question is how the private sector responds.