List/Grid Tag Archives: Obamacare

It’s Almost Football Season and Congressional Republicans Aren’t Even Close to the End Zone on Anything

Many conservatives, myself included, find President Trump’s personality off-putting, but that does not mean that we don’t support much of what he is trying to accomplish. ...

Down With the Doctors? Are Medical Professionals the New Scapegoat for the Failure of Socialized Medicine?

The American media has lately been obsessed with the failed rollout of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (a.k.a. – Obamacare), however, the .com bust of healthcare.gov ...

America’s Lost Decade: How Government Debt is Killing the American Dream

At the opening of the Obama Administration, Vice President Joe Biden famously told an AARP audience “We have to go spend money to keep from going bankrupt.” This off-handed comment ...

It’s Not at All “Unprecedented:” A Non-Freak-Out Overview of Government Shutdowns

Lately President Obama and his Administration have peddled the myth that the ongoing debate over government funding and the nation’s debt ceiling is “unprecedented” in American ...

Constitution Day and the Obamacare Funding Debate

On September 17th, 1787 the Constitutional Convention in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania adopted and signed the Constitution of the United States of America and sent it to the states for ...

State Refusal on Healthcare Exchanges More Effective than Nullification

I believe states’ refusal to set-up healthcare exchanges under Obamacare will set the stage for the law’s ultimate collapse and eventual repeal. While some have said that states ...

Do We Really Celebrate Religious Freedom?

In an ironic twist of events, President Obama issued a Presidential Proclamation yesterday in honor of Religious Freedom in America. In the text of his proclamation, the President stated ...

The Public Option Was Never Optional

One of the first things I said after reading through the provisions of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act of 2009 (aka Obamacare) was that it would, ultimately, lead to ...
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