Vox editor-in-chief Ezra Klein is a legal expert who doesn’t know what “substantive due process” or “preponderance of evidence” means.
A takedown of Progressive claims that Obamacare’s first year has been a wondrous one for people’s health and budgets everywhere.
A dark cloud looms behind the silver linings Obamacare’s remaining supporters continue to tout.
Media ignorance is worse when it’s intentional. It’s one thing to not know another perspective exists – it’s another to purposefully pretend it doesn’t exist.
Reagan said, “the trouble with our liberal friends is not that they are ignorant, but that they know so much that isn’t so.” But ignorance is now a problem.
Fauxbamacare may turn out to be the Republican alternative to Obamacare. But it’s not a politically viable option.
Vox will explain the purity of liberal positions to liberal readers in a comprehensible way. What it probably won’t do is help anyone “understand the news” any better.
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.
It is striking and puzzling to see people who made the leap from the outsider status of blogs to the big league mainstream outlets deciding to go in the other direction.
Conservatives or libertarians could build their versions of the New York Times or the Washington Post in these new spaces before the Left fills that vacuum.
Obamacare defenders insist the Medicaid expansion is the one bright spot in Obamacare. They’re wrong. Medicaid will not redeem Obamacare.
Bloomberg Views is accused of pro-life censorship. The proven media bias on abortion is more worrisome.
Despite the widespread belief that gridlock is the primary driver of its unpopularity, we all have our own reasons for disliking Congress.
The failure of government to live up to its promise is an opportunity for honesty and clarity and for the American people to reexamine their priorities, not a moment for despair.
At the moment in the United States, we have the worst of both worlds. Can we change that moving forward?
Any delay of the individual mandate could risk lawsuits that would undermine the legal positions the Obama Administration took to defend the mandate.
The shutdown drama gave Washington a lot to talk about, but it hasn’t really changed the dynamics of the debate.
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