It would be hard to find an issue upon which more Americans agree than the need to stop insurance companies from being bailed out by taxpayers when they lose money under Obamacare.
The House has a chance to advance an 80-10 issue that’s anti-Obamacare, anti-cronyism, and pro-rule-of-law.
A national poll by McLaughlin & Associates (including 38% Democrats and 31% Republicans) finds that Americans overwhelmingly oppose Obamacare’s bailout provision for insurance companies and support the suspension of Obamacare’s individual mandate.
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.
Championing pro-family tax reform might make it easier to achieve pro-growth tax reform.
While the federal government continues to incentivize colleges to raise costs, states are starting to take the lead in reducing them.
Constant video surveillance of American life is far more likely to undermine liberty than to secure it.
Try as he might, President Obama can’t get on the golf course as often as new anti-Obamacare polls are released.
A detailed new immigration poll finds strong opposition to President Obama’s handling of the issue, strong opposition to the Gang of Eight’s goals, and strong support for a three-pronged approach of funding enforcement, sending back recent arrivals, and reining in Obama’s lawlessness.