Canada's Single-Prayer Health Care

A critically ill premature baby is moved to a U.S hospital to get the treatment she couldn't get in the system we're told we should emulate. Cost-effective care? In Canada, as elsewhere, you get what you pay for. Full Story »

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Peter Henry
2.2
by Peter Henry - Jul. 3, 2009

Pro-business editorial is inherently biased, bashing national health care with two arguments. This is OK for what it is, but I wouldn't call it good journalism. Its claims regarding Canada's poor health resources are deceptive and dishonest. The assertion that infant mortality is defined differently in the U.S. and in other countries is taken word-for-word from a partisan's blog, and their statistics are unsourced and contradicted by WHO data.

Editorials are OK but I prefer ones which present honest arguments.

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