Posts Tagged ‘Health Care’

  • The Play Should Be Delay


    The best way to target Obamacare in the upcoming budget battles is to listen to the American people and make a determined push for the overhaul’s delay.

    The Weekly Standard, September 16, 2013
  • Going, Going, Gone

    Obamacare hinges on forcing young people to buy prepaid health care at inflated prices; a GOP alternative should focus on enabling all people to buy real health insurance at affordable prices.

    The Weekly Standard, September 2, 2013
  • Saying ‘No’

    When it comes to deciding what health-care services should be utilized, liberals believe in centralized command and control, while conservatives believe in competitive markets and choice.

    National Review, August 27, 2013
  • No, Obamacare Is Not a Good Deal in the Long Run, Not Even Close

    President Obama’s signature legislation amounts to a massive wealth-transfer from the younger (and poorer) to the older (and wealthier).

    Forbes, August 23, 2013
  • How President Obama Is Flouting Obamacare

    President Obama’s own actions affirm that the law he signed cannot work, giving more reason for delay.

    The Chicago Tribune, August 18, 2013
  • The Dishonor System

    This piece offers concrete examples of how the structure of Obamacare’s exchanges, coupled with President Obama’s unilateral employer-mandate delay, provide fertile ground for fraud.

    The Weekly Standard, August 5, 2013
  • Mandate Madness

    Obamacare’s mandates supposedly function as interconnected pieces of a “comprehensive” puzzle, yet President Obama is now selectively—and lawlessly—removing pieces.

    The Weekly Standard, July 29, 2013
  • Capretta’s Must-Read Congressional Testimony

    It is becoming increasingly clear that the Obama administration’s unilateral delay of Obamacare’s employer mandate is inviting fraud at taxpayers’ expense.

    The Weekly Standard on July 10, 2013
  • A Huge Opening for GOP on Obamacare

    Pushing for tougher anti-fraud measures, and thereby exposing the weaknesses in the Obamacare exchanges, would give Republicans a strong hand in the upcoming budget battles.

    The Washington Examiner, July 8, 2013
  • Obamacare’s Invitation to Fraud

    President Obama’s unilateral delay of Obamacare’s employer mandate and its associated reporting requirements invites fraud in the exchanges.

    National Review, July 7. 2013
  • Up From Obamacare

    A Republican alternative should address the parts of the health-care system that the government had broken even before Obamacare was passed.

    Claremont Review of Books, Summer 2013
  • The Perils of Health-Care Federalism

    State and federal legislators have been tag-teaming the health-care market, keeping it from functioning competitively, and federal preemption may be necessary to curb the states’ mischief.

    National Affairs, Summer 2013
  • The Stakes Are High

    Obama will continue to follow in the footsteps of his liberal predecessors—Wilson and FDR—as he seeks to replace the Founders’ vision with his own.

    The Weekly Standard, October 15, 2012
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    The Steep Climb to Reclaim the American Ideal

    Paul Ryan addresses the House on the night of Obamacare's passage, urging members to listen to the American people, highlighting that America's founding principles are at stake, and vowing that the fight will continue and will be won.

    YouTube, March 21, 2010