Democrats seeking quick passage of President Joe Biden’s $1.9 trillion coronavirus spending bill prepare to trigger billions in cuts to Medicare.
Raiding billions from benefits to low-income seniors to fund payments for the wealthy sounds like the kind of ‘Robin Hood’ politics Democrats frequently accuse Republicans of.
The experience of the Pacific Northwest provides more confirmation that greater government control over health care doesn’t deliver its promised benefits.
The two biggest proposals recently announced by Trump’s Department of Health and Human Services involve drug pricing. Here’s what it all means.
Republicans should welcome any chance to highlight the astounding differences between Democratic Party health care rhetoric and Joe Biden’s past actions.
In many ways, Biden’s proposed default coverage represents a greater intrusion into the lives of Americans than Obamacare’s individual mandate.
Reporters should dig into Biden’s tax returns for one reason: Biden claims to support Obamacare — but has consistently avoided paying Obamacare taxes.
Joe Biden and Kamala Harris told ABC that they would not raise taxes on Americans who earn less than $400,000 a year. Five economic analyses of their plans find otherwise.
On payroll taxes and protecting entitlement benefits for seniors, a look at their record shows that Democrats have little ground to stand on.
Hospitals in every community who begged, nay, demanded that their local economies self-immolate on pain of state enforcement owe their communities both data and money.
Both taxpayers and the Constitution deserve better than the latest plan from Nancy Pelosi and the Democrats to put Obamacare on steroids.
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