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A Voice for Private Physicians Since 1943

What Should a Doctor Do on Election Day?

Jane M. Orient, M.D. When I was an idealistic young student in junior high civics class—when we studied the Constitution, so you know it was long ago—I had the idea you should vote for the […]

Arizona Patients and Doctors Need Kari Lake!

The choice for the next Governor of Arizona is clear, and AAPS is proud to endorse Kari Lake to lead our great state. Kari Lake will protect the rights of patients and the medical professionals […]

Texas Primary Suggestions

Now it’s our turn.  Early voting has begun for the Texas primary on March 1.  Our Nation is watching. Don’t vote for anyone who supported the lockdowns and mandates.  We can do better. It will be a landslide […]

COVID-19 Won the Presidential Election

By Marilyn M. Singleton, MD, JD One is hard-pressed to deny that Joe Biden is a weak, corrupt, pathologically lying, creepy dirty old man who has lived off the government teat for 50 years. And […]

AAPS Responds to Elizabeth Warren’s Challenge

In her $52 trillion Medicare for All proposal, Elizabeth Warren would repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act, Medicare, Medicaid, and all state laws and regulations on private insurance, observes the Association of American Physicians […]

Debate Tantalized Voters on Healthcare Questions

This election will be decisive for the direction of American medicine, states the Association of American Physicians and Surgeons (AAPS). The second Presidential debate, despite distractions related to comments made by Donald Trump 11 years ago, hinted at important questions and showed distinct differences between the candidates, states AAPS executive director Jane Orient, M.D.