‘Why is it needlessly forcing religious institutions, nuns and homeless shelters to carry out its goals’
Sebelius and King are Chief Justice Roberts’ effort to build a legacy by piggybacking off President Obama.
Fraudulent applications still getting through
So much for greater choice
Free market support evaporates when big business is involved
‘This is a broken law that encourages people to prey on the most vulnerable’
‘The decision is a victory for the millions of Americans who need financial assistance to purchase health insurance’
Too good to be true
‘The polls are showing that the American people now have bought into it’
‘Trampling the rights of our sovereign states’
The Court risks making the Legislative a subordinate branch
$2.8 billion of taxpayer funds are at risk
‘If you like the doctor you have, you can keep your doctor’
HealthCare.gov will have three IT managers in only two years
‘Health reform is really hard.’
Vik Khanna’s new book is a call to personal responsibility
Net Neutrality and Obamacare flow from the same big-government mentality.
Since Congress didn’t pass the Weldon Amendment last year, they must make it permanent.
They’re not really “free,” and cost billions annually for next to no purpose.
Trying to shrink state government instead of expanding it