Those with political power would get good care, while those without such power—often the sickest—would lose out.
It is much too soon for Obamacare proponents to say that the death spiral prediction is wrong. In fact, some states are signaling it’s started already.
A bill the House of Representatives passed Thursday will encourage doctors—especially the best doctors—to avoid sick people. Brilliant.
Conservatives won’t know Obamacare is working if they only read right-leaning sites, says Ezra Klein. Au contraire.
The Veterans Affairs wait-time scandal has nothing to do with geography, and everything to do with bureaucracy.
It’s no surprise the President isn’t more circumspect when touting Obamacare enrollment numbers. But he should be.
A shill will repeat any argument in favor of his cause no matter how ridiculous. Ladies and gentlemen, Mr. Michael Hiltzik.
The Department of Health and Human Services says enrollment in the ObamaCare exchanges had reached 6 million. Not so fast.
Despite a campaign to discredit those who suffer, there are many real stories of hardship under Obamacare.
When it comes to the data that matters, what we don’t know about Obamacare’s exchanges turns out to be a big deal.
Don’t faint: President Obama’s Rose Garden speech in defense of his health care law had a few factual problems.
As ObamaCare moves closer to implementation, many voters, including Julia, are going to learn the hard way that free government benefits come with big costs.
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