As Trump and the Republican Party look set to decimate the Affordable Healthcare Act at the national level, blue states have been focusing their attention on robust universal healthcare solutions. Nowhere has this attention been more singularly focused than in California, where the state senate recently passed SB562, a universal healthcare bill. Show More Summary
Former presidential candidate Hillary Clinton had some strong words for the Republican Party on Friday, saying that if Congress manages to pass the Senate health care bill, the GOP will become the “death party.” Clinton wrote the strong...Show More Summary
Former Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton has attacked the Senate health care bill, warning the Republican Party that if Congress passes the bill, the GOP would become the “death party.” The former secretary of state made...Show More Summary
A woman from West Virginia visited her Republican US Senator, Shelley Moore Capito, to talk about the Republican party’s efforts to repeal Obamacare, which would take insurance away from 24 million people, increase premiums on people age 50+ by 66%, reinstitute annual and lifetime caps, decimate coverage for people with pre-existing conditions, and even hurt people who […]
The Republican Party has been tearing into Obamacare since it was signed into law, and today the Senate introduced its version of an alternative—the inaptly named “Better Care Reconciliation Act” (BCRA). As expected it’s a Dumpster fire for women, the elderly, LGBT people and other at-risk groups. Much like the House version, the BCRA would... Read more »
Barack Obama: I recognize that repealing and replacing the Affordable Care Act has become a core tenet of the Republican Party. Still, I hope that our Senators, many of whom I know well, step back and measure what's really at stake,Show More Summary
In an article posted yesterday, Salon politics writer Chauncey DeVega trashed Republican Rep. Steve Scalise as a "bigot" and accused the Republican party of being a "sociopathic" entity that has "weaponized" the Scalise shooting andShow More Summary
Distaste for the president may not translate to distaste for other Republicans, as the special election in Georgia showed. David Harsanyi writes: What if Republican voters who don't particularly like President Donald Trump are also able...Show More Summary
MSNBC host Andrea Mitchell described the scene of disabled protesters being carried out by Capitol police in front of Mitch McConnell's office as "brutal" images for the Republican party. The long time NBC host began a segment on the...Show More Summary
On Wednesday night, Laura Ingraham slammed the Republican Party for their lack of legislative accomplishments so far in the Trump presidency.
It is difficult to overstate the sheer unpopularity of the American Health Care Act, the Republican Party’s plan to “repeal and replace” the Affordable Care Act. And it’s not hard to understand why the bill is so unpopular. What’s mystifying...Show More Summary
BITTER TEARS II: ‘Our Brand Is Worse Than Trump’ By fiercely contesting a congressional race in the conservative Atlanta suburbs, Democrats had hoped to make an emphatic statement about the weakness of the Republican Party under President Trump. Their candidate, Jon Ossoff, raised about $25 million, largely in small donations, and assertively courted right-of-center voters […]
QUESTION ASKED: What If Donald Trump Doesn’t Sink The Republican Party? David Harsanyi: Trump’s approval rating in the sixth district is at the national average of 35 percent, which is to say exceptionally low for a Republican area. Trump had won the district by less than two percentage points back in November. According to a […]
HONOLULU (AP) — A Hawaii lawmaker who was ousted from her leadership post in the Republican Party after criticizing President Donald Trump has been accepted by the state's Democrats.
Sen. John McCain (R-AZ) told Bloomberg he still has not yet seen the Republican party’s plan to repeal and replace Obamacare. Said McCain: “No, nor have I have met any American that has. I’m sure the Russians have been able [...]
Repealing and replacing former President Barack Obama's signature Affordable Care Act -- popularly known as Obamacare -- has been a centerpiece of the Republican party platform for years. Read moreg Blogs | Comments
Conservatives spent years developing a plan for remaking the health-care system. The Republican Party has buried it forever.
The Republican Party chairman in Georgia's 11th Congressional District said that the shooting at a congressional baseball practice near Washington, D.C., will result in a GOP win in the state's special House election, the Washington Post reported. Show More Summary
To push the Republican senators to open the healthcare debate to the public, Senate Democrats launched a protest Monday against the secrecy around the revival of the Republican party’s American Health Care Act (AHCA) and rescission of Obamacare. Among the various tactics adopted, the Democrats held...