Dean Clancy
Dean Clancy
Dean Clancy, a self-described "decentralist" and "Madisonian Whig," is a partner at Adams Auld LLC and a former senior official in the health care industry, the White House, and both houses of Congress. From 2001 to 2004, he served as staff director of the President’s Council on Bioethics. From 2004 to 2006, he served in the White House Office of Management and Budget (OMB) as associate director for health and entitlement issues. Today Clancy is a consultant, policy analyst, and opinion writer on U.S. health care and budget policy issues and an outspoke advocate for constitutional reform. He and his wife have four homeschooled children. For more information, visit or follow him @deanclancy.
4 Ways Republicans Can Gain From The Unpopularity Of ‘Medicare For All’

Letting medical research continue to advance is a great argument against single-payer health care. So Republicans should make it.

The Government Needs To Stop Subsidizing Tesla Owners And Start Taxing Them

It’s debatable whether the ‘green car’ industry ever really needed a government subsidy to get going, but it clearly does not need one to keep going.

Richard Cordray’s Tyrannical Federal Reign Disqualifies His Bid For Ohio Governor

Even a cursory examination reveals Richard Cordray to be more than just a self-promoting pit bull with vaguely monarchical tendencies. He is also a corrupt partisan hack.

Senate Democrats Blatantly Lied About Hillsdale College

Every single Democrat senator owes Hillsdale an apology for the blatant lies spread about the college during Senate debate over tax reform.

America’s Most-Cited Jurist Hates Words And History

Richard Posner on judging: ‘I am not interested in the text.’

Mike Pence Makes Medicaid A Presidential Issue

Medicaid Expansion is now officially a top issue in the 2016 presidential contest.

The Most Popular Republican Talking Point On Health Care Is Wrong

The most popular Republican health care idea is letting people buy health insurance across state lines. It’s unnecessary and unconstitutional.

Can Republicans Escape The Fauxbamacare Trap?

Fauxbamacare may turn out to be the Republican alternative to Obamacare. But it’s not a politically viable option.

Here Are the GOP “Replace” Plans — And Only Some of Them Stink

The Great Health Care Debate is far from over. Rather, we’re beginning the debate we should have had five years ago.