As it becomes apparent that ObamaCare is unsustainable, the calls for controlling its costs through rationing will grow louder
Opinion: 'Death panels' were an overblown claim - until now - The Daily Caller
Consumerism is about empowering individuals with information and a financial stake in their own health and health care. Unfortunately, ObamaCare moves away from this personal responsibility
It is time that this administration began to tell the American public the truth about health care reform, without the spin. We do have to read this massive law to find out what is really in it
An operating table is waiting for you!
We are being driven out. ObamaCare will turn what has been a slow attrition into a flood
For the past 230 years of our history, the people have chosen wisely when leaders have leveled with them about the threats we have faced from the British, from slavery, from Japan, from communism. They will do so again when our leaders speak candidly and stop hiding behind the veil of PR advisors and spin by sycophantic hangers-on
Mr. President, you didn’t listen to the polls, the elections, or large segments of citizens during the health reform debate. The legislation passed. It is law. You won. Now, unelected bureaucrats have enormous power to define what the legislation means
The system is broken and needs a complete overhaul, not a patchwork of additional mandates and the wide array of pork that was included to pass this legislation
A discerning public would acknowledge that government often causes the vast majority of the societal ills from which it promises us salvation
Welcome to the club; we’ve been waiting for you
Today is not the day that saved health care. Rather it’s the day that sent the world’s premier health care system to its grave
Among the many exaggerated claims made in favor of the health care legislation before Congress is the idea that it would improve the public health system’s ability to manage public health crises like HIV and swine flu
I am usually a big fan of George Mason University’s innovative economist Tyler Cowen. But something peculiar seems to come over free-market fans when they start writing for The New York Times
Wavering Members be warned: Your constituents can’t twist your arm or make creative threats, but they will be voting in November
Health-Care Duel - The Daily Caller
Health secretary and insurance rep clash in D.C.
The Ides of health care - The Daily Caller
More than 1,000 health care reform advocates protested yesterday in D.C.
The more President Obama talks about health care, the more he reveals his true character and goals. This was evident earlier this week during his tirade at Arcadia University in Pennsylvania, where he used a captive audience of students to complain about how many of them are without health coverage.
At tomorrow’s White House health reform summit, President Obama hopes to re-invigorate the health care debate and prompt Congress to act on the issue this year. He’s invited members of both parties to meet, challenging Republicans and Democrats alike to offer alternative reform ideas.
Hoping to revive his increasingly unpopular health care overhaul, President Obama has invited Republicans to a bipartisan summit this Thursday and plans to introduce a new reform blueprint in advance of the summit. On Sunday, the White House announced that a key feature of that blueprint will be premium caps, a form of government price control that helped kill the Clinton health plan when even New Democrats rejected it
Our president attributes the recent string of election losses for the Democrats and public opposition to his legislative agenda to a generalized sense of anger—the kind that swept him into office. Is this (A) failure to comprehend, (B) spin, (C) arrogance or (D) all of the above?