Stuart Browning is a political commentator, writer, film director, film producer and entrepreneur.
Browning produced The Free Market Cure series, a collection of short films arguing against collectivized medicine and for the benefits of free markets in health care. He is a fellow of the Moving Picture Institute, and a producer of Indoctrinate U, and its predecessor Brainwashing 101. Browning was President and co-founder of Embarcadero Technologies from 1995 until February 2000, a leading database software vendor in San Francisco.
Uninsured in America (2007) is part of The Free Market Cure series created by filmmaker Stuart Browning about what he calls "the dangers of collectivized medicine and the benefits of free markets in health care." In the film, Browning argues that the number of uninsured Americans is closer to eight million than the forty-five million estimate provided by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and from the United States Census and that uninsured Americans have adequate access to health care.
^Dr. Arnold Glueck (2007-09-01). "Moore is master of quarter-truths". Health Care News. "Filmmaker Stuart Browning is firing back with a new Internet movie debunking one of the central premises of Moore's 'docutribe': that 45 million Americans have no health insurance and no access to medical care."