Ellis Marsalis, the patriarch of a musical dynasty extending well beyond his own family, died April 1 of coronavirus-induced pneumonia.
House Republican leaders actively participated in Nancy Pelosi’s successful attempt to deny the American people a public vote on the $2 trillion legislation.
Gov. Andrew Cuomo is flat wrong. Entities in both the United States and elsewhere—including within his own government—regularly put a dollar figure on human life.
The House speaker not only wants to use the coronavirus pandemic to entrench Obamacare, she wants to make taxpayers fund abortion in the process.
Medicare and Medicaid deregulation represents real progress against the virus, but also raises the broader question of why it required an imminent threat to public health to effect common-sense changes.
Lawmakers always feel the need to ‘do something,’ seemingly irrespective of what that ‘something’ is. The current pandemic only exacerbates that dilemma.
The leaders of both parties made getting Congress out of town a bigger priority than giving lawmakers the time to do their due diligence.
Judging from her initial bid in the ‘stimulus’ wars, Nancy Pelosi has taken Rahm Emanuel’s advice never to let a serious crisis go to waste.
In a Monday townhall, Sanders suggested a single-payer health-care system with ‘free’ care would ameliorate Americans’ concerns.
Why should taxpayers continue to fund states’ accounting scams designed to bilk Washington out of additional Medicaid matching funds?
Three decades ago, an episode of ‘The Simpsons’ provided a cautionary tale for Mike Bloomberg’s presidential candidacy.
The Phillies unveiled their ‘new’ Phanatic in large part to avoid paying royalties to its initial creators.
Now that Bloomberg is running for the Democratic nomination, he’s come around to supporting Obamacare. But he used to admit it was garbage.
As spring training began, MLB announced a major rule change for the 2020 season: Every pitcher must face a minimum of three batters, or pitch until the end of an inning.
Paradoxically, because big wrecks have become a part of superspeedway racing for more than three decades, drivers have a greater likelihood of surviving them.
Buttigieg’s health plan advocates a policy—government price controls on the entire health-care sector—even more far-reaching than Bernie Sanders’s socialist approach.
While John Oliver articulated many of the shortcomings of the current system, much of his arguments in favor of a single-payer system missed the mark.
The coronavirus outbreak provides a compelling argument against Bernie Sanders’ so-called ‘Medicare for All’ program, which would accelerate infectious disease outbreaks.
Making health coverage portable would allow individuals to take their insurance from job to job. This change would eliminate the friction people like Elizabeth Bruenig face between jobs.
Those chattering about President Trump’s impeachment trial have largely ignored one unique precedent, in the form of two words uttered by a senator from Pennsylvania: Not proved.
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