I have been politically confused for a number of years, trying to figure out, where my true beliefs, more importantly economic beliefs stand, and while yes, I may have been on the left for sometime, I was always open to other ideas and could see other arguments from legitimate, principled people on the right, like at the Mises Institute, or other free-market libertarian organizations. While I still somewhat am holding on to being on the left, I am slowly starting to see a shift towards more free-market, sound money, principles, which I believe can indeed increase living standards for everyone, including in healthcare. One of these issues is healthcare. Here are two videos, which seek to determine why healthcare costs so high in the US, both from an Austrian economic perspective. So I will pose this question, if the market can provide great quality services, in other areas like TV's, phone's, camera's, gadgets, etc.. at a low cost, why can't it do this with healthcare? Right now, I do not believe we have true capitalism in healthcare. What we have is crony capitalism, and corporatism, which institutes regulation, and subsidies, and special favors to healthcare companies, bidding up the cost of healthcare. Both the left and the right agree on this, but with varying analysis. But what I see from the left, is not solid economic reasoning on why costs are so high, but merely just a broad brush, stating that it's 'capitalism, free markets, and rich people why costs are so high' all the while not having solid economic examples to show how this is the case, which I do see from libertarians.