A self-professed “data-driven” administration makes it essentially impossible to use Census figures to examine the effects of the most consequential legislation of our day.
When a conservative alternative that addresses both costs and coverage is put into play, Americans support the repeal of Obamacare by an overwhelming margin.
A national poll by McLaughlin & Associates (including 37% Democrats and 32% Republicans) finds that Americans strongly prefer a conservative alternative to Obamacare—and, in the context of such an alternative, prefer repeal by nearly 2-to-1.
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.
A president who claims to be guided by objective, scientific findings is peddling a thoroughly debunked statistic—while ignoring that sex discrimination by employers was outlawed during the JFK era.
As the U.S. imposes the highest corporate tax rates among developed nations—and adds to that the rising cost of Obamacare—some American companies are looking to relocate.
As Obamacare’s costly regulations have started to kick in, a survey of health insurance brokers shows a sharp increase in rates—averaging 11 to 12 percent in the past quarter alone—for those purchasing individual or small group plans.
The Export-Import Bank offers further evidence of the natural alliance between Big Government and Big Business, with Main St. Americans picking up the tab.
A major reason why men and women don’t make the same incomes is they choose different career fields, but sometimes even when they choose the same fields—say, when both become White House staffers—the disparity remains.