Republican and Democratic leaders have negotiated a “doc fix” that is poised to increase Medicare spending and deficits while giving the federal government new authority “to become the official arbiter of what constitutes ‘quality’ in physician care.”
King v. Burwell affords a great opportunity for Republicans to advance a conservative alternative to Obamacare and provide a clear choice for voters in 2016.
Each of the three major types of Obamacare alternatives has a different likelihood of political success, and conservatives should carefully examine which one provides them with the best chance to achieve full repeal.
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.
President Obama once again acts unilaterally to help global corporations and hurt American workers.
As the nightmarish experiences of award-winning teachers help highlight, the best guarantor of a good elementary and secondary education is local and parental control.
When Obamacare was passed, the CBO said it would increase the number of people with health insurance by 26 million in 2015, but it now says the number is just 17 million, most of whom are being dumped into Medicaid.
Silicon Valley is lobbying for increased immigration even as it suppresses Americans’ incomes by hiring immigrants at cut-rate wages, but in this and other instances, neither party seems eager to stand up against Big Business and for Main Street.
Although you won’t hear many people say so in polite society, the globalist worldview that President Obama champions is deliberate in not putting the interests of America, or its allies, first.