“This was a plan that was never designed to work. It was designed to pass.”
Tagged: health care
Anecdote isn’t the singular of data. But it’s not an exaggeration to say the political success or failure of Obamacare’s model hinges on whether or not young and healthy people behave the same way as I did.
Now that the Congress has passed the Orwellian monstrosity that is Obamacare — and Ms. Pelosi and the rest of us have found out what’s in it —President Obama’s rhetorical “guarantees” have proved as phony as a three-dollar bill.
Ezra Klein has a lengthy piece taking apart my post from last July concerning the media’s oft-repeated “Republicans Have No Obamacare Replacement” myth. I’m glad he’s engaged on this point,[...]
If you’re not regularly visiting the Heartlander digital magazine, you’re missing out on some of the best work from The Heartland Institute, one of America’s most influential free-market think tanks. Heartland[...]
As the fiscal cliff discussions in Washington move forward, don’t be surprised if you soon hear about President Barack Obama requesting an extension on his signature legislative achievement. It turns[...]
John Boehner is a good man in a hard place. He has served in public office as a lifelong conservative, not a RINO. His position on the Obama tax increases[...]
The short answer is … no. Our Benjamin Domenech explained on Glenn Beck’s The Blaze TV the other day how you need to find a primary-care physician — and a young[...]