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Upcoming book signing

10 Jul

Looking to join the growing movement of large health systems toward transparency, innovations in direct care and direct contracting, as well as major employer success stories? Join me at the FMMA Annual Conference on August 5-7 where I’ll be speaking about my new book, Universal Medical Care From Conception to End of Life:  The Case for  a Single-Payer System. The single payer is you–not the government.

Register here:  https://bit.ly/3vWEn6L

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New book coming very soon. Free market medical care. Front and back covers and pre publication reviews.

23 Jun

“In all of politics, there is only one question and that is, “who decides”? Should the nexus of decision making be the coercive power of the state or individuals making decisions for themselves? Only individuals working with their doctors can hold all of the information about their unique situation. This decision-making should not be abdicated to a nameless faceless bureaucracy that cannot know what is best for everyone. I worked as doctor in Canada or many years and the people there have chosen the nameless faceless bureaucracy over individual autonomy. The result is a system rife with dysfunction and a paucity of quality care. When I was Medical Director for Diagnostic Imaging in Thunder Bay, Canada, our wait time for a CT scan was seven months and for an MRI scan, it was 13 months. Many in the US desire that we go down the path of more government control of health care. Dr. Sabrin proposes a better way. One based on individual decision making empowering the sacrosanct doctor-patient relationship for the best possible care and with rational pricing predicated on competition and choice. It is time that we heed Dr. Sabrin’s advice.”   

Lee Kurisko MD, Author; Health Reform – The End of the American Revolution?

“Economics is our most beneficial science. Its practitioners seek to demonstrate how to increase well being for all participants in markets. They’ve delivered their promise in many of those markets, but the American medical care market is not one of them. 

“Economist Murray Sabrin demonstrates why. Another term for freedom of choice in markets is personal responsibility. Throughout life, we accept and embrace individual accountability as we pursue betterment for ourselves and others. Except in medical care, where we have forfeited responsibility to an array of special interests who want us to be sick. Foremost among those are governments, for whom sickness means dependency, on which they thrive. Pharmaceutical companies and insurance companies embrace sickness-as-a-business. Big food, big alcohol, and big tobacco don’t help.

“Sabrin identifies two routes out of this dead end. First, personal responsibility for the pursuit of well being. Good personal practice based on readily available information about diet, nutrition, exercise and good habits could eliminate up to 80% of chronic ill-health conditions of the US population. Second, personal responsibility for payment and use of medical services, based on the individual as single-payer, health savings accounts, catastrophic insurance, plus the charitable and community services that emerge in healthy populations, would replace the convoluted unaffordable government-designed regulatory, payment and delivery bureaucracy.

“This book is deeply researched, incisively informative, logically sound, and highly persuasive about the right future for medical care in America. Since the current state is demonstrably unsustainable, Sabrin’s book is vital.”

Hunter Hastings, Economics For Business, Mises Institute

Universal Medical Care from Conception to End of Life: The Case for a Single-Payer System, by Murray Sabrin, PhD. Reviewed by Robert W. McGee, JD, PhD, DSc, CPA (ret.), Fayetteville State University

“Dr. Sabrin’s book provides solid alternative solutions to the quagmire that has become the American medical system. The present system is too costly, too bureaucratic, and too authoritarian. Patients are often not able to choose their doctor, and are forced to pay for services they do not want and cannot use. Sabrin advocates returning power to the people who actually receive the medical services. Adoption of his suggestions would go a long way toward making the medical system more affordable and responsive to the needs of the people who use medical services, which is all of us.” 

Universal Medical Care from Conception to End of Life is the perfect prescription for you, if you want to understand why our medical insurance and provider industries are terminally sick.  Dr. M. Sabrin (PhD.) beautifully writes on these pages the complete understanding of why it happened and where it is headed. But more importantly, he gives you the medicine to have hope, self-protect, save money and have better medical care.”

Dwight Carey, serial startup entrepreneur involved with over 200 startup ventures. Professor of Entrepreneurship, Business and Engineering, Temple University

 
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Pre Publication Reviews

21 Jun

“Dr. Sabrin presents a clear, easily readable set of guidelines and techniques to help business people navigate through the perilous waters of a mixed market economy created by government mismanagement and intervention. A great read for entrepreneurs, middle and top management, and university students…and the politicians and bureaucrats who created this obstacle course.”  

Robert W. McGee, JD, PhD, DSc, CPA 

Fayetteville State University 

“This is an excellent practical guide for businesspeople to help them understand – and adjust

their behavior and decision-making to – the business cycle. The pitch to the target reader

seems just right – serious economics, data and analytics presented in a non-academic, business press style.”

Hunter Hastings

Economist and venture capitalist

Economics for Entrepreneurs

Hunterhastings.com

“The complexities of today’s business climate keep growing.  Operating a successful business requires time, resources, knowledge, and skills.  This book is a must have tool in every businesses’ toolkit.  The insights, techniques and knowledge Dr. Sabrin shares in this book will help businesses grow and set them on a sustainable path to success.”

Anthony Russo

President – Commerce and Industry Association of New Jersey

CEO/Publisher – COMMERCE Magazine

Dr. Sabrin, in his Navigating the Boom-Bust Cycle: An Entrepreneur’s Survival Guide, brings new brilliance to the timeless Chinese saying,  “It is better to light one candle than curse the darkness.” He, on these pages, has lit hundreds of candles to illuminate every corner of entrepreneurship and economics.  No longer will the reader need to stumble through the shadowy future.  Every ray of understanding, here in, is at your fingertips. Enjoy and prosper.

Dwight Carey, Serial entrepreneur for over 60 years involved with over 200 startups.

Professor of Entrepreneurship and Engineering, Temple University.

 
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New book coming this fall

21 Jun

Kindle Edition available October 18.

 
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Economics for Beginners | Mises Institute

19 Jan

What every American should know, especially policymakers in DC and the state capitals.

Source: Economics for Beginners | Mises Institute

 
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What Is the Chance of a Severe Adverse Reaction From 3 Boosters Every Year for 40 Years?

29 Jul

“At which point does it make sense to just get COVID, and natural immunity, instead?”

Source: What Is the Chance of a Severe Adverse Reaction From 3 Boosters Every Year for 40 Years?

 
 

Claim: Global Cooling – Because of Climate Change Driven Wildfires

29 Jul

“Are Climate activists preparing their excuses in advance, for the imminent plunge in global temperatures predicted by Dr. Willie Soon?”

Source: Claim: Global Cooling – Because of Climate Change Driven Wildfires

 
 

‘Unnecessary, misleading, catastrophic’: Senior European physicians co-author expert statement on COVID vaccine for children – America’s Frontline Doctors

29 Jul

“Eminent European physicians and scientists this month co-authored an expert statement regarding Comirnaty–COVID-19 mRNA vaccine for children, outlining their expert opinions that “vaccination of adolescents for COVID-19 is unnecessary, claims demonstrating efficacy are misleading, and the safety profiles are catastrophic.” Authored by Former Chair, Institute of Medical Microbiology and Hygiene,…”

Source: ‘Unnecessary, misleading, catastrophic’: Senior European physicians co-author expert statement on COVID vaccine for children – America’s Frontline Doctors

 
 

Homeschooling Is Surging, and Especially in Homes the Left May Find Troubling

28 Jul

Source: Homeschooling Is Surging, and Especially in Homes the Left May Find Troubling

 
 

The Most Shameful Conservative Attack on Drug Legalization – LewRockwell

28 Jul

“Christopher Bedford is against drug legalization. He is really against drug legalization. He is so against drug legalization that he penned the most shameful conservative attack on drug legalization that I have ever read—and I have read a lot of conservative attacks on drug legalization during the time that I have written over 100 articles on the drug war. Beford is the author of the article “Drug Legalization Is a Disaster, and Your Leaders Don’t Care About You,” published by The Federalist. I had actually never heard of Bedford until I came across his article. According to his bio: Christopher … “Continue reading →

Source: The Most Shameful Conservative Attack on Drug Legalization – LewRockwell

 
 

Why Capital Goods Are the Key to Economic Progress

28 Jul

“[This article is excerpted from chapter 18 of Human Action] If one were to measure the length of the period of production spent in the fabrication of the various goods available now, one would have…”

Source: Why Capital Goods Are the Key to Economic Progress

 
 

Opinion | Congress Can’t Enact a Chicken

26 Jul

I sent the following email to Kessler about his column.

Your column today should be read by every American, especially the financial illiterates in DC and state capitals.  It is one of the most important essays I have read in a newspaper in my lifetime. Which is now in the middle of my eighth decade.  This is not an overstatement.   The Journal has published insightful essays over the years, but your column totally demolishes the Keynesian paradigm once and for all and should have an impact on policymakers.  However, I doubt it.  They all worship at the altar of the real “trickle down economics”–spend, tax, print money and regulate.   I will link your column on my blog.

Your point that “saving and investment must precede consumption” was articulated by Murray Rothbard on p. 22 of his 1962 essay, “The Case for a 100 Percent Gold Dollar,” “production – “purchase” of money – – “sale” of money.” I first read his essay in 1974 when I purchased his books and those of others of the Austrian school at the Foundation for Economic Education.   (https://cdn.mises.org/Case%20for%20a%20100%20Percent%20Gold%20Dollar_2.pdf)

I began each of my finance classes for 35 years (1985-2020) with this proposition that as a college professor I could consume goods and services because I provided a service–teaching finance.  Production indeed precedes consumption.  I point this out in my Fed book to highlight why printing money does not create wealth, and leads to numerous economic and financial distortions.    

Keep it up.  We will eventually have a free market economy.  The great unknown is when will policymakers admit their mistakes.  

 

Source: Opinion | Congress Can’t Enact a Chicken

 
 

CDC Panel Signals Support for Booster Shots, as Reports of Injuries, Deaths After COVID Vaccines Near 500,000

26 Jul

“VAERS data released today by the CDC showed a total of 491,218 reports of adverse events from all age groups following COVID vaccines, including 11,405 deaths and 48,385 serious injuries between Dec. 14, 2020 and July 16, 2021.”

Source: CDC Panel Signals Support for Booster Shots, as Reports of Injuries, Deaths After COVID Vaccines Near 500,000

 
 

Governments to Control What You Are Allowed to Buy | Armstrong Economics

26 Jul

“People are unaware that this drive of central banks to replace paper money with cryptocurrency is far more than people will ever comprehend as an end goal.”

Source: Governments to Control What You Are Allowed to Buy | Armstrong Economics

 
 

Here we go again

26 Jul

“You know how I know public health authorities are lying? Their own data…”

Source: Here we go again

 
 

Bombshell lawsuit: Gov’t whistleblower says coronavirus vaccine deaths at least 45,000

25 Jul

‘I queried data … and have assessed that the deaths occurring within 3 days of vaccination are higher than those reported in VAERS by a factor of at least 5. This would indicate the true number of vaccine-related deaths was at least 45,000.’

Source: Bombshell lawsuit: Gov’t whistleblower says coronavirus vaccine deaths at least 45,000

 
 

The Coming “January 6” Train Wreck – James Bovard

24 Jul

“Federal prosecutions of January 6 Capitol clash protestors rely on a vast expansion of “terrorism” – legal debacles pending…”

Source: The Coming “January 6” Train Wreck – James Bovard

 
 

Democracy’s Road to Tyranny | Mises Wire

24 Jul

“The popular pastime of modern democracies of punishing the diligent and thrifty, while rewarding the lazy, improvident, and unthrifty, is cultivated via the State, fulfilling a demo-egalitarian…”

Source: Democracy’s Road to Tyranny | Mises Wire

 
 

JFK – Accept Our Diverse World as It Is, by Patrick J. Buchanan 

23 Jul

“This is an amazing column on LRC today by conservative Pat Buchanan focusing upon “The Peace Speech” — JFK’s Commencement Address at American University, June 10, 1963. Buchanan demonstrates prudential insight and introspection in taking the core principled message of non-confrontational peaceful coexistence and mutual respect for diversity in Kennedy’s most important address of his presidency (hailed as one of the most important by any president) and applying it to the tense geopolitical conditions of today fraught with belligerence and mistrust. There are many observers who believe that it was this speech that directly led to JFK’s murder and the” … Continue reading →

Source: JFK – Accept Our Diverse World as It Is, by Patrick J. Buchanan – LRC Blog

 
 

As the Fed Powell Continues to Flail, Could an MMT Fed Chair Be Next?

23 Jul

“Could progressive pressure, mixed with escalating economic pressure, push White House decision-makers to replace Jay Powell with an advocate of MMT?”

Source: As the Fed Powell Continues to Flail, Could an MMT Fed Chair Be Next?