Bailouts simply paper over Obamacare’s cost problems.
President Trump’s action is already reigniting Capitol Hill seriousness on health policy. The central issue is health-care cost, especially the affordability of insurance.
Congressional conservatives need to offer America a positive vision of health reform based on personal freedom, choice and voluntary collaboration.
As much as $772 billion could be saved over ten years.
Democrats’ new strategy to control Obamacare costs will just make things worse.
The usual attempts at entitlement reform won’t work this time.
The recent Boehner-Obama budget deal is bad public policy. But at least two—yes, two!—good things came out of it.
The Medicare Actuary says that taxpayers now face a Medicare unfunded liability that ranges from $27.9 to $36.8 trillion.
"A judicial victory doesn’t automatically translate into a political victory, let alone a policy success."
The recent debacle is a reflection of just how unserious Republican leadership is about the budget process when it’s not convenient.
Food for thought: "The CBO now says that it can no longer determine the full impact of the law."
Medicare: an entitlement program “too big to fail.” With the challenges the program faces—some of which are thanks to Obamacare—the new Congress will have a big challenge to overcome.
"Maybe 2015 will bring better news for Obamacare. But don’t bet on it."
Thanks to the Affordable Care Act, time may be running out for seniors seeking healthcare.
What happens when "30 to 50 percent of all employers" drop health coverage?
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