Folks, you need to listen to this interview:
Clay Koerner and Marty Pay Interview with SALLY PIPES President of the Pacific Research Institute, and Author of The Truth About Obamacare & The Pipes Plan, on Takin' Care of Business, The Clay and Marty Show.
Sally C. Pipes is president and chief executive officer of the Pacific Research Institute, a San Francisco-based think tank founded in 1979. In November 2010, she was named the Taube Fellow in Health Care Studies. Prior to becoming president of PRI in 1991, she was assistant director of the Fraser Institute, based in Vancouver, Canada.
She has been interviewed on ABC’s 20/20; CNN’s Lou Dobbs Show; FOX News’ “Glenn Beck Show;” NBC’s “Nightly News with Brian Williams”; FOX Business Network; “The O’Reilly Factor,” FOX News “Your World With Neil Cavuto”, “The Today Show;” “Kudlow & Company on CNBC, MSNBC, “Dateline;” “Politically Incorrect;” “The Dennis Miller Show;” and other prominent programs.
She writes a weekly health care column “Piping Up” for Forbes.com. In the past, she has written regular columns for the Examiner newspapers, Chief Executive,and Investor’s Business Daily. Her health care opinion pieces have appeared in the Wall Street Journal, Washington Post, USA Today, Financial Times of London, The Hill, RealClearPolitics, New York Times, Los Angeles Times, San Francisco Chronicle, Sacramento Bee, U.S. News and World Report, the Boston Globe, and the San Diego Union-Tribune, to name a few. Ms. Pipes’ views on health care also appeared in a special report of the world’s 30 leading health care experts published by Forbes.com entitled, “Solutions: Health Care" and in Steve Forbes’ latest book How Capitalism Can Save Us. She was widely quoted in Shape Magazine and in the New York Times Sunday Magazine in an article by Princeton’s Peter Singer on how Obama will ration your care.
As a health care expert, Ms. Pipes has debated Paul Krugman, Princeton economics professor and New York Times columnist, in New York at Rockefeller University. Sponsored by Intelligence Squared, the debate was attended by 450 people and was viewed by 270 million around the world through NPR and BBC Worldwide. She debated Princeton Professor Uwe Reinhardt and Harvard’s Dr. David Himmelstein twice on the “No” side of the motion that “universal health coverage is the responsibility of the federal government.” Source