Republicans don’t have to look far for evidence that it is possible to rein in government subsidies.
There is no more central act of governing than defending our founding charter.
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.
There is not a lot of daylight between the model the CBO developed and used to score Obamacare and the Jonathan Gruber model the Obama administration paid to use, and an amazing number of “independent” favorable reviews of Obamacare ultimately trace to Gruber.
The smart play for Republicans who care about defending the Constitution is to pass a short-term continuing resolution and, in January, pass two bills: one that funds everything but Citizenship and Immigration Services; another that funds that agency while denying funding for President Obama’s lawless actions.
No policy preference is as important as the lawful adherence to our form of government.
In a move that will undermine our republican forms, President Obama is set to trample on the Constitution, the separation of powers, and the rule of law, in plain defiance of Article I’s exclusive grant of federal legislative power to Congress.
The 2017 Project’s executive director Jeff Anderson discusses Jonathan Gruber’s comments about “the stupidity of the American voter” and the importance of using noblelies to pass legislation that empowers the ruling class.