How Republicans Shot Themselves in the Foot on Pre-Existing Conditions

Republicans who want to blame their election shortcomings on last year’s attempt to “repeal-and-replace” Obamacare will have all the fodder…

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This American Life Doesn’t Understand This American Government

The most recent episode of NPR’s “This American Life” continues a line of liberal laments that the legislative process does…

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Lessons of the AHCA Collapse

Like the British evacuation of Dunkirk more than seven decades ago, Friday’s abrupt decision to halt proceedings on the American…

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A Status Update on Repeal

With Congress heading towards its first recess at week’s end, it’s time to summarize where things stand on one of…

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Hillarycare Redux? A Review of “The System”

A young president promising hope and change takes over the White House. Immediately embarking upon a major health-care initiative, he…

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What Will Republicans Do about Obamacare Now?

For the past six years, Republicans — across Washington, and across the country — have virtually to a person run…

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Gov. Jindal Op-Ed: What Hillary Knew–In 1993

Former White House press secretary Robert Gibbs’ recent comments doubting that Obamacare’s employer mandate will ever be implemented—he called it…

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