The only insurer on Iowa’s Obamacare exchange, Medica, may exit the individual insurance market leaving 70,000 without health insurance options in 2018.
Brian Darling: President Donald Trump might have a more difficult time winning re-election in 2020 because Republicans are breaking their solemn campaign promise to repeal Obamacare fully.
Don Racheter: Having been fully in effect since January 1, 2014, ObamaCare is experiencing a “crunch time” of Truth or Dare alternatives.
“Progressives are the primary impediment to progress.” When examining progressive policies from both a historic and current perspective this is correct.
Growing government challenges our liberty. The future of the republic rests on abandoning the current radical departure from constitutional government.
Iowa Governor Terry Branstad said that he needs more information before he can proceed with an Iowa-based health insurance exchange in a letter to HHS.
Not good news as the implementation of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act draws near. Sean Hackbarth at the U.S. Chamber of Commerce’s blog FreeEnterprise.com reports: Consulting company Deloitte will release a study today that estimates that that almost one in ten companies will drop coverage in the next three years. “Around 81% were […]
Not since 1973 and Roe Vs. Wade has a Supreme Court decision been so convoluted or contrived as the Supreme Court’s ruling on Obamacare. In Roe the Supreme Court wanted to find a constitutional reason for a woman to have the right to terminate the life of her unborn baby. Finding none they invented something […]
President Obama today said he favors extending tax cuts for those making less than $250,000. His administration today has also promised to veto an extension of tax cuts for everybody. So in effect if Congress votes to extend the tax cut for everyone Obama favors raising taxes on everyone. For those of you who believe […]
By Amy Sinclair June 28, 2012, was a sad day for individual liberty in America. The fundamental issue that the Supreme Court had to consider was this: To what extent can the government tell the people what they must do? What – if any – limiting principle says to legislators, “This far and no further? […]
You can almost always count on the Supreme Court to do the wrong thing. In fact, just about every major decision by the U.S. Supreme Court over the last 40 years has been bad for America. Many were hoping that the Supreme Court would strike down Obamacare, but the truth is that we all should […]
Yes I’m disappointed in the Supreme Court’s ruling on the Patient Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, and yes I am surprised that Chief Justice John Roberts sided with the liberal figures on the Court. I’m not up on the ledge and you shouldn’t either. If you are it’s time to step away. God is […]
http://caffeinatedthoughts.com/wp-content/uploads/12-06-28-Steve-King-SCOTUS-ObamaCare-Ruling.mp3Podcast: Download | EmbedSubscribe: Apple Podcasts | Android | Google Play | Stitcher | TuneInCongressman Steve King (R-IA), a leading critic of ObamaCare issued the following statement today: Leading up to today, the lower courts were split on a handful of issues," said King. "One issue they were nearly unanimous on was that the individual […]
The Supreme Court of the United States decided 5-4 to uphold the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act. The lynchpin of their decision surrounding the individual mandate which was the most likely aspect to be overturned is that while Congress doesn’t have the authority to make people purchase health insurance under the commerce clause, but […]
By John Hendrickson As the future of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (Obamacare) awaits its judgment by the United States Supreme Court, policymakers and individuals need to begin looking at different policies and ideas to not only reduce the cost of health care, but also improve the quality of service. In Over-Diagnosed: Making […]
I’ve been out of the loop since Thursday dealing with the revelation that my son has cancer and all that it will mean for my family over the next few months. So if you’re wondering why I haven’t posted since Thursday and you don’t follow me on Facebook or Twitter to hear the news that’s […]