On Thursday, the U.S. House of Representatives finally approved a bill that would repeal and replace significant portions of the law that created Obamacare. But it was a very close vote. On Donald Trump’s 105th day in the White House, 217 members of the House voted in favor of the bill, and 213 members of […]
Are we going to see a dramatic stock market plunge if the effort to get “Obamacare Lite” through the U.S. House of Representatives ultimately fails? On Thursday, a vote on the Republican healthcare bill was postponed once it became clear that there would not be enough votes for it to pass. House Republican leaders are […]
Good news from the White House: Obamacare enrollment numbers have almost reached “worst-case scenario” status. On Monday, White House officials took to Twitter, saying, “Share the news: 1 out of 4 Americans who signed up for coverage through the #Obamacare exchanges are between 18 and 24.” The figure comes from a Department of Health and […]
In an effort to minimize any negative publicity surrounding the rollout of Obamacare in his home State, Senator Mark Udall attempted to get the Colorado Division of Insurance to lie about the number of Coloradans whose existing policies were being canceled. But one DOI staffer wasn’t going to be bullied.
As President Barack Obama attempts to stave off an election-year repeat of the public relations disaster he saddled his own party with in 2013, he’s kicking his policy rhetoric into community-organizing mode. Launching an income inequality initiative is Obama’s way of bailing incumbent Congressional Democrats out of the Obamacare debacle.
President Barack Obama’s entire narrative is a lie, so it’s not surprising that he would lie about his signature legislation from the time of its conception until it was finally exposed a few months ago. His “If you like your healthcare you can keep it” even earned for him the title of the world’s bigger whopper by PolitiFact.
But the healthcare lie is just one of many told by the undocumented usurper currently occupying the people’s house. Lying, it seems, has become his first nature.
If you enroll in Obamacare at Healthcare.gov and later find out that your financial information or identity has been stolen by hackers, it likely won’t be because the government called to warn you of the security breach. That’s because the government isn’t obligated to let you know if Healthcare.gov fails to protect your information from criminals.
The Obamacare deathcare system has imploded, and the continuing narrative continues to be that the regime is working to “fix the problem.” Nothing could be further from the truth. The apparently flawed law is doing what its designers intended.
President Barack Obama and first lady Michelle met with eight moms at the White House last week to establish a nebulous cultural association between domestic nurturing and the Affordable Care Act, with the President entreating mothers everywhere to become community organizers for Obamacare the next time they’re in the cereal aisle.
The editorial board of The Baltimore Sun is embracing a suggestion by Representative John Delaney (D-Md.) that the State should consider abandoning its troubled healthcare online marketplace and just refer everyone who plans to sign up for Obamacare to the Federal Healthcare.gov website.
After spending at least $8.3 million on a television jingle intended to extoll Obamacare’s goodness and drive residents to the State’s messed-up insurance exchange website, Cover Oregon is pulling the plug. “The problem? The spots still in circulation have been pushing people to use the unworkable online exchange.”
A December Gallup poll reveals more Americans identify the government — not the economy, immigration, healthcare or the wealth gap, but the government itself — as the single biggest source of the Nation’s problems.
Team Obamacare is forming its own in-house Media Matters of sorts, as the Department of Health and Human Services prepares to hire a media agency that will keep its finger on the pulse of what everyone across TV, print and the Internet is saying about the Affordable Care Act.
President Barack Obama has made it clear that his Administration is not willing to allow the U.S. healthcare system to return to its pre-Obamacare condition, but that’s exactly what a growing number of Americans would like to see happen.
The New York City Board of Health is set to vote today on new rules pushed by Mayor Michael Bloomberg that would force children as young as 6 months old to be immunized annually against influenza if they attend a licensed day care or preschool program.
You might as well stick a fork in the U.S. healthcare system because it is finished. Even before Obamacare, Americans paid far more for healthcare than anyone else in the world. Now thanks to Obamacare we will be faced with much higher health insurance premiums, much higher taxes, much longer waits to see doctors and […]
How would you feel if you worked for a state or local government for 20 or 30 years only to have your pension slashed dramatically or taken away entirely? Well, this exact scenario is playing out from coast to coast and in the years ahead millions of elderly Americans are going to be affected by […]