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Obamacare

The Supreme Court’s decision in King v. Burwell makes clear that the nation-defining task of repealing Obamacare falls to the political branches—and provides a time for choosing for the Republican Party.

Obamacare

House Budget Committee Chairman Tom Price introduces new legislation, based on the 2017 Project’s alternative, that is “the strongest Obamacare alternative offered in Congress to date,” thereby providing “the best chance” so far “to unite Republicans” and pave the road to full repeal.

Real Healthcare Reform

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.

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The War on the Military Culture

The ’60s generation’s 50-year assault has hurt our armed forces’ morale, order, and discipline, and it is time to consider sex-separating basic training and to have military leaders and Congress initiate honest reviews of where sexual mixing is undermining fairness, cohesion, and effectiveness.

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The Three Republican Camps after King v. Burwell

After King v. Burwell, Republicans will divide into the “Fix-It Caucus,” the “Replacement Caucus,” and the “Repeal-Only Caucus,” with the first and third being guaranteed losers (the first by design) and the second being a winner—which means it’s time for GOP presidential candidates to unveil their Obamacare alternatives.

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Making Congress Responsible

Four reforms would help Congress “break and control the violence of faction”: ban committee chairs from taking money from donors with business before the committee; ban former members from lobbying; have Congress provide more of its own information; and have the House Rules Committee stop logrolls.

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Obamacare Is in Deep Financial Trouble

Anyone who thinks Obamacare will lower deficits—even though it is raising them in its first decade—is ignoring that seniors won’t quietly acquiesce to having Obamacare siphon ever-more money out of Medicare, as it’s slated to do.

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