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Dick Cheney’s Ideas to Stop Iranian Nukes Are As Sophisticated As You Might Expect

Critics of the Iran nuclear deal have hinged their opposition on the premise that the alternative to the unpleasant concessions to Iran’s unpleasant regime is the mythical “better deal.” Like the mythical Obamacare alternative, the “better deal” has none of the bad stuff contained in the actual Iran deal required... More »

WSJ Highlights

(August 31, 2015 02:18 AM, by David Henderson) I spent part of Sunday catching up on Wall Street Journals that had piled up when I was at my cottage in Canada. Some highlights, in chronological order. 1. "ObamaCare Undercover," August 1-2, 2015 (July 31 on-line). Highlight: Last year... (0 COMMENTS)

Narrower Doctor Choices Coming For Obamacare And Employer Plans

As health care costs rise a bit faster than recent years, look for more health plans offered by employers and on public exchanges under the Affordable Care Act to pare their lists of doctor and hospital choices for 2016. Health insurers are already disclosing plans to maintain their business on government [...]

Why Social Security's Complexity is a Strength, Not a Weakness.

Dodd-Frank. ObamaCare. And most recently, Social Security, on the occasion of its 80th birthday this month. All have been blasted of late, if not since inception. And in each case, the charge is the same: Complexity. Overcomplexity - an accusation also leveled at the tax code, the criminal code, and just about every set of US government rules. Show More Summary

Yes, Republicans really want to screw the poor on Obamacare

Careful guys, your callousness is showing. The Obamacare "replacement" plans put foward last week by presidential would-bes Scott Walker and Marco Rubio have one major thing, and very Republican, thing in common: they hurt poor and middle-income Americans at the expense of the rich. Show More Summary

Call Me ‘Ze,’ Not ‘He': University Wants Everyone To Use ‘Gender Inclusive’ Pronouns

America has lost its collective mind. Though there are still plenty of battles to fight (universal reciprocity, Obamacare, illegal immigration, voter ID laws), too many Americans are focused on the

On Health Care, Walker and Rubio Offer ObamaCare-Lite

In today’s Manchester Union-Leader, I explain the eerie resemblance that the health care plans advanced by presidential candidates Gov. Scott Walker (R-WI) and Sen. Marco Rubio (R-FL) bear to ObamaCare: The centerpiece of both “replace” plans is a refundable tax credit for health insurance. Show More Summary

Obamacare's popularity continues to creep upward

The latest monthly tracking poll from Kaiser Family Foundation shows an incremental but definite increase in the law's popularity, though it's still just at 43 percent, nationally. But here's a possible sign that its popularity is on the upswing, coming out of New Hampshire. Show More Summary

Republican leaders think they have a plan to avoid government shutdown. Good luck with that.

Can combining Planned Parenthood defunding with yet another Obamacare repeal convince enough of Speaker John Boehner's problem children in the House—and Ted Cruz!—to not shutdown government? Leadership seems to think so. Here's the big...Show More Summary

Under Obamacare, Does Everyone Drive A Cadillac?

It is looking more and more as if the Cadillac tax is not a tax on very rich and excess health plans but on everyman plans, and cuts are coming to many.

Can the Iran Deal Be Stopped? The Chance is Slim to None

After Obamacare, Democrats throughout the country saw themselves booted out of office, from State House to the Governor’s office to Congress. Yet they are willing to jump off the cliff for Obama again. Here's why.

Nevada's ObamaCare Co-Op Will Close in 2017

Nevada Health CO-OP, a nonprofit insurer created by the Affordable Care Act and federally funded to offer health coverage through the Nevada Health Link marketplace, said Wednesday that it cannot make enough money to stay in business after Jan. Show More Summary

WGA East Calls for Union Exemption To Obamacare’s ‘Cadillac Tax’

The WGA East today called for all union health plans to be exempted from the Affordable Care Act's so-called "Cadillac Tax," a 40% nondeductible excise tax that is scheduled to go into effect in 2018 on employers who provide high-end health benefits to their workers. In comments filed today with the IRS and the U.S. Show More Summary

Marco Rubio’s Shaky Obamacare Hypothetical Explored

4 days agoNews : Huffington Post

The following post first appeared on Sen. Marco Rubio described a hypothetical Detroit business owner with 10 employees as facing higher costs under the Affordable Care Act, saying the man was considering moving one employee...Show More Summary

By the Way, Obamacare is Still Raising Costs and Breaking Promises

Sure, that's a 'dog bites man' headline, for reasons I've expanded on at greater length here, here, and here.  Massive "Affordable" Care...

Non-Profit Insurer Created by ObamaCare Shuts Down

As the Free Beacon noted: A nonprofit insurer in Nevada created by Obamacare to present competition to already established insurance carriers will close at the end of the year after reporting tens of millions in operating losses. The Las...Show More Summary

ObamaCare's True Cost

A New York doctor reveals what the media won't.

THE CRONY LIFE: Obamacare Gives Big Windfall To Insurance Companies As Quality of Healthcare Declin…

THE CRONY LIFE: Obamacare Gives Big Windfall To Insurance Companies As Quality of Healthcare Declines.

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