Jimmy Kimmel was among late-night hosts spinning comedy gold from news Sen. Ted Cruz’s official Twitter account had “liked” a porn video the previous night. “The video is from a genre known as stepmom porn,” Kimmel explained, of theShow More Summary
CNN’s Van Jones appeared on Jimmy Kimmel Live September 12, as one of Kimmel’s guests, where he proceeded to argue for civility in politics, between the left and right. But even the far left Jones, who infamously called President Trump winning the election a “whitelash,” seemed to be outweighed in his hatred for the right by host Jimmy Kimmel.
The ‘Jimmy Kimmel Live!’ host went after the Texas senator over his apparent porn hypocrisy.
Imagine trying to navigate life in the United States without having some kind of identification. Without an ID, it’s near impossible to obtain lawful employment, register your children for school, and apply for housing, health care, or other forms of government assistance. Show More Summary
From The Heart Of "Constructive Feedback"I COME TO YOU TODAY - without any SARCASM when I say this.I APPLAUD "THE MAN" NAMED JIM KENNEY because he CAPTURED all of the important attributes that are needed to be said WHEN YOU ARE 'THEShow More Summary
According to the newly elected Democratic Governor of Louisiana – John Bel Edwards – elections matter for poor people without health care. Here is what happened following his own election last year: Edwards said the state already has signed up 204,000 people for the expanded Medicaid program since enrollment started June 1, with coverage starting July... Read more »
The latest Republican to stand in front of a camera and complain about state spending on health care for the elderly, disabled, and other poor people, without offering any alternatives, is former state Sen. Greg Brophy, who's freshly back from a job with Rep. Show More Summary
How can states and federal government provide adequate health care to poor people, without overburdening taxpayers or leaving health care providers with billions in unpaid bills? That thorny problem is especially challenging in the aftermath of a recession and congressional mandates expanding Medicaid eligibility.
The Arkansas House voted not to fund a continuation of Medicaid expansion, meaning 96,000 people who depended on Medicaid are left without coverage. Arkansas Gov. Mike Beebe (D) (pictured) worked out a compromise with the Republican-controlled legislature last year to pass an alternative to Medicaid expansion that uses federal money to help people earning up […]
There are ways to preserve and improve the system of excellent care that many insured people in the United States received before the effects of the 2010 Affordable Care Act. Here are some suggestions to offer expanded health care for all.
Count Missouri among the states that are perfectly okay with you getting sick and dying without health care if you're among the working poor. Republican supermajorities have all but scuttled Medicaid expansion in Missouri, defeatingShow More Summary