While federal drug laws go un-enforced, “legal” marijuana in Colorado puts the state “at risk of triggering a public health crisis that will hit youths especially hard,” with evidence already beginning to pile up.
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.
Under the Obama administration’s guidance, America is descending a stairway that leads to a Middle East nuclear arms race, and the United States Senate must respond with a free, full, and substantive debate.
Congress needs to do everything it can to stop President Obama’s dangerous Iranian deal from being signed.
In addition to consolidating power and money in Washington, Obamacare is also consolidating power and money in big hospital conglomerates at the expense of independent hospitals and private-practice doctors—and it must be repealed.
With immigrants’ percentage of the U.S. population approaching an all-time high, and with little thought being given to whether such largely unchecked immigration benefits Main Street, there is a clear opening for a presidential candidate who is willing to buck the liberal-corporate consensus.
All but eight Senate Republicans just voted for a “fix” to the “doc fix” that will build on Obamacare by herding doctors into Accountable Care Organizations that “will provide a direct route for the federal government to exert full control over the practice of medicine.”