There are now generations of Americans who have a twisted-understanding of what socialism really is⏤that is far from any reality of real-world politics and governing. If recent polls are any indication, then the indoctrination of America’s youth is well underway. In fact, polls show that Democratic voters view socialism more favorably than capitalism. How real is the danger that America is turning socialist? Will we see the beacon of liberty still shine at our 250-year mark? In this special episode of Viewpoint This Sunday, we will explore the signs of socialism with experts in their field, with an emphasis on healthcare, our faith, and bold thoughts for a more desirable outcome.
Socialized Medicine | Government-run mandated single-payer health insurance has been at the top of the list for Democrats. What are the biggest differences that people should know between socialized government-controlled medicine and free-market healthcare? What factors do pre-existing conditions play into the process? What are the biggest drivers in the cost of healthcare? And more importantly what about the quality of care, how is this compromised with a single-payer system? President Biden last week signed a series of healthcare-related directives to revitalize Obamacare; he described these actions as reversing “the damage” done by former President Trump, “I’m not initiating any new law, any new aspect of the law,” Biden said.
What does the future of healthcare in America look like? Dr. Jane Orient is Executive director of the AAPS, Association of American Physicians and Surgeons, President of Doctors for disaster preparedness, and a general internal medicine specialist in Tucson Arizona.
Knowing the Signs of Socialism | We often hear the comparisons between what took place in Venezuela and what is happening in the US today, are these comparisons exaggerated, or might they predict a future that most Americans would object to? Debbie D’Souza was born in Venezuela and understands the variables that changed Venezuela from a once-promising future to a third-world country run by dictators. Chávez rewrote the constitution, clamped down on the freedom of the press, nationalized over a thousand private companies, and destroyed the national currency through hyperinflation. In re-writing the Constitution, Chavez came with new rights to things like free government-provided health care, free college, and a social justice narrative that changed society for Venezuelans.
If we know the signs of socialism, can Americans starve off this dystopian future? Debbie D’Souza, Venezuelan American conservative activist, columnist, filmmaker, producer of the Dinesh D’Souza Podcast.
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Is Socialism for Godless Souls? | For many Americans, the very mention of socialism evokes dystopian visions of totalitarian rule and endless breadlines and images of Venezuela and the old Soviet Union. Socialism has never succeeded anywhere in the world. But what about faith, is all socialism evil. Does socialism have to be ‘Godless?’
Is America the last line of defense toward that NWO – One World Government? Pastor Stephen Broden is the Senior Pastor at Fairpark Bible Fellowship, co-founder of the National Black Pro-Life Coalition, and President and Founder of Protect Life and Marriage in Texas.
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