The problems with the law are well documented; now is time for a solution. by Prof. Patrick Garry: The conservative opposition to Obamacare is well documented, as are the problems with the law and the unpopularity of it. With each passing day, the American public becomes increasingly aware of the […]Read more ›
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by Prof. Patrick Garry: Perhaps the clearest distinction between the liberal and conservative political philosophies lies in their respective focus on government as the essential booster and protector of the working and middle classes. As Democratic Senator Charles Schumer said, a belief in government is “what unites the Democratic party,” […]Read more ›
by Kathleen Hunker: Should Texans be forced to choose between providing for their families and practicing their religious faith? What about their right to free speech or their right against unreasonable searches and seizures? Should the government be able to condition our right to earn an honest living on our […]Read more ›
by Prof. Patrick Garry: The Affordable Care Act (ACA) is historic in several ways. It marks an unprecedented expansion of an over-indebted federal government into a huge part of the American economy. It intrudes in unprecedented ways into the personal health care decisions of individuals. And the implementation of the […]Read more ›
by Sarah Rumpf: Recent news reports have featured a flood of stories about Americans receiving cancellation notices from their health insurance companies due to changes required by Obamacare, and many of the soon-to-be-cancelled policies are the “catastrophic” plans popular with younger people. Yet it’s these catastrophic plans that offer financial […]Read more ›
Abortion Always Wins; Religion and Logic Always Lose by Matt Bowman: I was at Columbia Law School recently to debate Obamacare. My opponent was a very friendly attorney from the Center for Reproductive Rights (CRR), Aram Schvey. We had a lively exchange and Mr. Schvey was a consummate gentleman. But […]Read more ›
by Katherine Restrepo: It has been several days since ObamaCare’s health insurance exchanges launched for enrollment. Individuals can now purchase federally qualified health plans from participating insurers. People with pre-existing conditions can no longer be denied coverage. Sounds good so far, right? Not so fast. If you decide to sign up for […]Read more ›