NPR Boosts ‘Dominance of Private Health Insurance’

Analyzing “The Art of Framing at NPR” on his NPR Check blog, Mytwords (8/29/09) thinks that “there are many ways you could frame the role of Sen. Kent Conrad, one of the gang of six senators who are working very hard to preserve the profitable dominance of private health insurance in the U.S.–such as “marvel[ing] at why six senators representing less than 3 percent of the U.S. population are controlling the fate of health insurance reform,” or possibly by taking a serious “look at the obscene amounts of campaign cash flowing into these senators’ coffers from the for-profit health insurance […]