The Obama administration’s response to the Ebola threat seems to be driven as much by its immigration ideology as by its concern for protecting Americans.
The Washington Post’s attack on a conservative alternative to Obamacare confirms that two core contentions of Obamacare’s supporters—conservatives don’t have an alternative, and the debate is over—are false.
With a conservative alternative in play, three-fifths of Americans are ready to scrap Obamacare—but is the Republican Party listening to them?
Under a winning alternative, costs would drop, liberty would be secured, and any American who wants to buy health insurance would be able to do so.
In March 2010, the CBO projected that, by 2014, Obamacare would increase the number of people with insurance by 19 million, but a Heritage Foundation study finds there are only 8.5 million newly insured—71 percent of whom have been dumped into Medicaid.
A split is beginning to form between Republicans who want to pass a winning alternative to Obamacare and those who want to make peace with President Obama’s signature legislation.
With the president increasingly viewing himself as untethered from constitutional constraints, here’s a 5-part plan for Congress to reestablish its rightful place in our constitutional structure.
Contrary to the mainstream media’s claims, Obamacare is the principal issue driving this election, as Americans are poised to show for a second time their displeasure with the overhaul and their insistence upon repeal.
HealthCare.gov, and the huge amounts of personal data stored by loosely overseen private contractors in connection with it, is a treasure trove for cybercriminals—and the Obama administration is once again caught unprepared.