Bigger Pie Forum promotes health policy reforms that empower patients and consumers by encouraging competition, transparency, accountability, and innovation. Our goal is a 21st century health care marketplace that better utilizes technology and new business models to offer consumers more accessible, higher quality care at a more affordable price.
MS Supreme Court To Rule on Medical Marijuana Case
The battle for Initiative 65 reached its zenith on April 14 when the state Supreme Court heard oral arguments in the case from the two parties involved.
Could Mississippi’s Medical Marijuana Program Go Up In Smoke?
The Fate of Initiative 65 — The Mississippi Supreme Court will hold oral arguments on April 13 to decide the fate of Initiative 65, which was passed by a 74 percent majority of Mississippians to put in place a medical marijuana program in the state.
Bots and Bureaucrats
In our real-life horror story, bureaucrats from government agencies, NGO’s (Non-Government Organizations), and non-profits act like bots in a swarm. They move to take more authority whenever they can. Panics, crises, and emergencies create opportunities to do this. They slither quietly: Administrative State bureaucrats as mindless blobs slithering in unison. Now that’s scary.
Coincidences, Conspiracies and Occam’s Razor
We could use more facts and less speculation today about Covid, energy, climate, other issues and related policy mistakes and crimes. And, less government and social media censorship, manipulated data and demonization of independent thinkers who question government narratives. And, who also expose mistakes and hidden agendas.
Trust the Science Frauds
Richard Feynman said: “Science is the belief in the ignorance of the experts.”
NFL Moving COVID-19 Test Goal Posts
Too many National Football League players are testing positive for COVID-19 and messing up the betting odds. And lineups for fantasy football leagues – including our Family Feud League. So, the NFL is moving test goal posts to reduce the number of flagged players who have to sit out games. Bad for business to mess with bookies. And TV schedules and audiences.