The Obama administration’s latest offensive in its war on doctors—especially independent doctors—sounds like satire, is impossibly bureaucratic, is unsuitable for a free people, and must be stopped.
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.
A winning alternative to Obamacare needs to solve the three core concerns that Americans had with our health-care system even before Obamacare was passed—but as important as what an alternative would do is what it wouldn’t do.
How attractive will Obamacare’s taxpayer-funded subsidies actually be for the young? This study helps provide the answer.
It’s time for Congress to show political courage and defend the constitutional separation of powers—by partially defunding the IRS, the agency that’s at the center of Obama’s lawlessness.
New York Times polling says that, by a 7-to-1 margin, Americans favor repealing Obamacare “entirely” over keeping it “as is,” yet the I-95 consultant class still underestimates Obamacare’s vulnerability.
What would Tocqueville think of the IRS’s censorship of civil associations?
President Obama continues to defy longstanding norms by using the IRS to help muzzle those who oppose his consolidation of power in Washington, and he’s doing so with the support of Senate Democrats.
Obamacare’s Medicare raid—and President Obama’s lawless efforts to conceal it—highlights the need for a well-conceived conservative alternative that can pave the way to full repeal.