I did a phone interview with Joe Lahr and Jeff Kassel on the MCAM TV Morning Show in Manchester, New Hampshire today. In discussing healthcare, Mr. Lahr said he’d like to see government run Universal Healthcare like most First World countries now have. And he added that because of this, many people in Europe (as an example) have more life span longevity… I said we advocate a decentralized Regional Health Care System of local taxes and supplemental, benevolent citizen healthcare initiatives “…for local people to help local people in a community.” For instance, I explained in Monroe, Louisiana, we researched a “Community Pharmacy” subsidized with volunteer staff, people donating money, doctors donating free samples… all to help low income people. And I added that if you allow a conduit for these types of benevolent local initiatives (as opposed to a wholly, federally-controlled government system), you allow for more opportunties for “eternal longevity (in Heavan)” for those willing to help. And we think, ultimately, this is a saner spiritual paradigm.