My latest piece for the American Spectator explains how our masters in Washington plan to put a price on your head:
If you are under the impression that it is impossible to calculate the value of a human life, you are obviously not a progressive policy expert or health care bureaucrat. This calculation, so elusive for philosophers and sages throughout the millennia, is child’s play for such people. They have, in fact, already devised a formula for pricing out your life. It is called the “quality-adjusted-life-year” (QALY).