Written by Rep. Paul Ryan
The Heartland Institute
The legislative victory of President Obama's massive health care overhaul among Washington's political class comes at a high cost for Wisconsinites and Americans forced to swallow this bitter pill.
Written by Our Government
Our tax dollars at work, and more taxes coming. How do you like Hope and Change?
1. Grant program for consumer assistance offices (Section 1002, p. 37)
2. Grant program for states to monitor premium increases (Section 1003, p. 42)
3. Committee to review administrative simplification standards ...
Written by John R. Graham
ObamaCare will have a very long roll-out. While some provisions have already come into effect, others will take many years. When will individuals and businesses first see a consequential impact on their health benefits? I believe that it will be the "slacker mandate," which commands that health ...
Written by John Goodman
How much time are people willing to spend calculating and arguing about the cost of something that cannot happen anyway? Apparently, quite a lot.
On Capitol Hill at least, the most important issues in health reform seem to be budget issues: How much will ObamaCare cost? Will it add to the deficit? ...
Written by Kelly Wolf
What moron believes that "health care is a right"? If that is true then the government should be able to FORCE EVERYONE to GIVE any and EVERY service performed away to anyone that wants it - FREE taxi cabs, Free groceries, Free automobiles, Free gasoline, Free housing, Free clothing, FREE FREE ...
Written by Roy Innis and Niger Innis
US energy and environmental policies must help Africa improve the lives of its people
"I see Africa as a ... partner with America on behalf of the future we want for all of our children," President Obama declared in Ghana last July.
Written by Dave Racer
Auto Insurance Mandate is a False Argument Humans are not autos
You've likely heard it. "If the government can mandate auto insurance, then why do you say it cannot mandate health insurance?"
There are at least four major differences (and be sure to read number 4, because it is the most critical):
Written by Timothy Baldwin
Now that the healthcare bill has passed and been signed into law, one must inquire: How will the federal government keep track of the millions of persons in America now (supposedly) required to operate according to the federal government's healthcare program?
Written by the Tax Foundation
Washington, DC, March 26, 2010- The $938 billion health care reform legislation finalized by Congress yesterday is financed primarily through net cuts to Medicare and an increased Medicare tax on high-income taxpayers, according to the Tax Foundation. The Medicare spending cuts would save $416.5 ...