Unequal Protection Under the Health Care Law

One of life's minor annoyances occurs when someone receives preferential treatment because of his wealth or perceived power.  Many people have experienced this firsthand when a "VIP" comes into a restaurant and jumps ahead while they've been waiting for a table.  This offends most Americans because it is contrary to our sense of fair play.  It divides people into elites and everyone else. This is where we are heading with health care.  Don't think so?  Well, on October 11, 2011, the U.S. Preventative Services Task Force (USPSTF) declared that PSA screening for prostate cancer in healthy men was no longer recommended.  No urologists -- the acknowledged experts in the treatment of prostate cancer -- were involved in this decision.  During the time that PSA screening has been available, prostate cancer deaths have steadily declined.  Then why have these recommendations been issued?  Because in a top-down, government-controlled health care...(Read Full Article)