Former U.S. Senator Rick Santorum discusses the Graham-Cassidy Bill with Shane Vander Hart. He says it will effectively repeal and replace Obamacare.
A new GOP bill repeals the structure of Obamacare and replaces it with an annual block grant given to states to help individuals pay for health care.
G. Keith Smith, M.D.: Americans perceive the contempt that elites have for those on whom they would inflict medical care they would never stand for themselves.
This week on Caffeinated Thoughts Radio, Libertarian Gubernatorial Candidate Jake Porter and Republican Congressional Candidate Christopher Peters join us.
U.S. Senators Lamar Alexander, Shelley Moore Capito, Suans Collins, Dean Heller, John McCain, Lisa Murkowski, and Rob Portman voted against Obamacare repeal.
Shane Vander Hart and Brian Myers discuss the U.S. exiting the Paris Agreement and talk to David Howell of Prison Evangelism on Caffeinated Thoughts Radio.
David Young: It is simply wrong to take money out of the pockets of hardworking Iowans who live in those health care desert counties as a penalty for not having insurance.
Terry Schilling of American Principles Project and Dr. Kristin Held joined Shane Vander Hart and Kelvey Vander Hart on Caffeinated Thoughts Radio this week.
Dr. Kristin Held: Politicians cannot keep their promises to bring us affordable care until they expose this dishonest and corrupt collusion.
The only insurer on Iowa’s Obamacare exchange, Medica, may exit the individual insurance market leaving 70,000 without health insurance options in 2018.
Kristin Held: Republicans must honor their word to repeal Obamacare not retain its inherent flaws while upping premiums and creating a new subsidy.
Americans for Prosperity-Iowa responds to Wellmark Blue Cross and Blue Shield withdrawing from the market in 2018 due to costs under Obamacare.
Brian Myers and Joel Kurtinitis discuss health care reform with Dr. Lee Hieb and talk with former 60s Rock-n-Roll sensation Pete Klindt on CT Radio.
Brian Myers offers his thoughts on the collapse of the House Republican plan to replace Obamacare last week and its aftermath.
Pat Nicklaus: Republicans are no longer the party of the Constitution, and instead have become the party of infighting and the circular firing squad.
The American Health Care Act failed because no one on the Republican side actually liked the bill and for most conservatives it represents a broken promise.