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Private Equity: The Taliban of U.S. Healthcare

Given my interest in healthcare corruption and wrongdoing I’ve developed a certain immunity to the filth the engulfs me reading a daily parade of stories underscoring why the U.S. has the most expensive, inefficient, and inhumane healthcare system of any developed country. But after reading a story about the intimate relationship between the major organization representing emergency room doctors and private equity, I needed a long, hot shower.

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America Should Import Hospital CEOs, Not Nurses

U.S. hospitals are looking to the Philippines, Canada, and elsewhere to poach nurses to replace a critical shortage of U.S. care givers. Contrary to what the corporate media reports, the shortage is the result of bad and abusive managements, not the pandemic.

My argument as to why U.S. healthcare would be vastly better off if the country imported foreign hospital CEOs and nurtured our homegrown nursing talent.

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What Corporate Media Can Learn From “Moron” Joe Rogan

Corporate media journalists delude themselves into believing that those who distrust and despise them the most are ignorant Trump supporters who can’t handle the truth about their leader. In fact, thanks to biased and dishonest pandemic reporting, a swath of new corporate media haters has emerged, and they are among the smartest and most educated people in the U.S. and around the world.

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How SUGARFISH Humanized an Impersonal Delivery App

Delivery apps are harmful because they place a barrier between restaurants and their customers. Here’s how a top-notch sushi chain keeps customers happy and connected when orders aren’t quite up to standards.

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Then They Came for Jon Gruden and Dave Chappelle

Veteran football coach Jon Gruden promptly resigned last night after the New York Times revealed he’d previously sent emails deemed racist, sexist, and homophobic. Gruden should have grown a pair and taken some lessons from comedian Dave Chappelle on how best to deal with unforgiving woke corporate media and the Taliban-like antics of the cancel crowd.

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The Plucking of NBC’s Peacock

Truth no longer matters at NBC News or is demanded of its anchors and guests. Indeed, a federal judge recently tossed a defamation suit filed against MSNBC and anchor Rachel Maddow after ruling that any intelligent person knows that she is a purveyor of opinions not necessarily grounded in fact.

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How Censorship Fuels Vaccine Skepticism

Social media censors think they are doing God’s work removing content at odds with the Biden Administration’s vaccine narrative. In fact, they are fueling growing vaccine resistance and heightening the anger of many people who are a lot smarter than the media would have you believe.

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FDA’s Unsung Heroes: Marion Gruber and Phil Krause

The public’s ignorance of the heroism of outgoing FDA vaccine experts Marion Gruber and Phil Krause is yet another example of how the corporate media refuses to hold the Biden Administration and Dr. Fauci accountable for their ineptitude managing the pandemic.

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