Last week, I was interviewed for two segments of NRO-TV’s “Off the Page.”

The first segment, available here, is focused on the health industry’s pledge to cut $2 trillion from health spending over the coming decade — and my deep skepticism that they actually have the power to do any such thing.

In the second segment, available here, the subject is the happily insured — those Americans who support reform but don’t want to switch out of their current coverage arrangements. I argue that conservatives need to be attentive to their wishes so that they can be enlisted to oppose the worst elements of an Obama-style reform plan.