In the next day or two the Supreme Court
will render its decision on Obamacare.
Whatever that decision, we have an expert
on health care in the United States to talk
about the ramifications of that decision and
what it will mean for health care insurance
in America going forward.
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.
Ms. Pipes addresses national and
international audiences on health care
issues. 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.
She served as one of Mayor Rudy Giuliani's
four health care advisors in his bid for the
Republican nomination for president in
2008. She appeared in Michael Moore's movie
"Sicko" and has participated in prominent
debates and public forums, testified before
the House Energy and Commerce Committee,
committees of the California and Oregon
legislatures, appeared on popular television
programs including debating former Vermont
Governor Howard Dean on CNBC, participated
in talk radio shows nationwide, and had 180
opeds published on health care issues in
Her book The
Truth About ObamaCare was
published by Regnery Publishing and released
August 2010. To date over 12,000 copies
have been sold. Following his latest
review, Tom Sowell said in his
nationally-syndicated column, The
Truth About ObamaCare rose
to #38 in sales on Amazon.com. He wrote
"Fortunately-in fact, very fortunately-you
don't have to slog through 2,400 pages of
legislative jargon or turn to a fortune
teller to divine the future. A new book The
Truth About ObamaCare by Sally Pipes lays it
out in the plainest English." Her latest
Pipes Plan: The Top Ten Ways to Dismantle
and Replace Obamacare was
released by Regnery in January 2012. Dr.
Arthur Laffer wrote the foreword and
endorsements are included from Steve Forbes,
Indiana Governor Mitch Daniels, and Dr. Hal
Scherz, head of Docs4Patientcare.
To find out more about Sally Pipes and the
Pacific Research Insitute, visit their web