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Why Shouldn’t Women Pay More for Health Insurance?

6th May 2017

Kevin Williamson is not afraid to ask the hard questions. (Well, they really aren’t that hard.)

The Democrats, and progressives in general, like to boast of being the partisans of science.


Most of them, like most people, do not know the first thing about science, but they enjoy the preening. They are, they insist, “reality-based,” empiricists who follow the evidence wherever it may lead . . . until they figure out that it sometimes leads them in directions they’d rather not think too much about.

One Response to “Why Shouldn’t Women Pay More for Health Insurance?”

  1. Elganned Says:

    Death panels.
    It’s the only fiscally responsible option.