History shows how local, mutual aid fed hungry children, covered medical emergencies, and empowered working-class men—no formal government necessary.
Here are three conservative ideas that liberal Democrats have fiercely resisted in the past, but are now baked into Obamacare. Will Republicans spurn them?
The Commonwealth Fund has come out with the latest iteration of its ongoing campaign to inform our political leaders that American health care sucks.
Are Obamacare premiums going to go up? Don’t worry, it’s no big deal.
Timed perfectly to advance the new Obamacare victory dance, the RAND Corporation claims 9.3 million Americans are newly insured.
Does Obamacare really deserve credit for making people buy insurance when it caused them to lose it?
Yes, 14 percent of all drivers are uninsured. This really should not be surprising.
Klein’s new video on Obamacare’s individual mandate woefully understates the true cost of health insurance.
In most markets when people don’t want your product, you search for ways to improve. Not in healthcare.
Insurance companies aren’t completely innocent, but Obama is responsible for the turmoil in the health insurance market.
If you set yourself up as the arbiter of all that is factual in the nation, you’d better keep your own facts straight.
It’s well past time for the industry to grow some spine and start thinking about the best interests of customers and shareholders.
The likelihood of replacing many physicians with nurse practitioners to match demand for care is exceedingly small.
The Commonwealth Fund continues a long tradition of cherry picking information to disparage the country’s health care system.
When doctors have to beg the government to do their job, you know we’re in trouble. Yet, their futures are in the hands of a handful of bureaucrats and politicians.
Taken together, the numbers of uninsured Americans may double after Obamacare is fully implemented. How’s that for a kick in the head?
There are many things that might have been done to reform health care in the United States. We decided not to do any of them.
The failure of well-intentioned central planners in guiding American health care policy didn’t begin with Obamacare – not by a long shot.
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