Democrats spent the last two years ignoring Obamacare, spending taxpayer dollars trying to destroy the President. SCOTUS decision may be the final nail.
Most economists think growth in 2019 will be less than the 2.9% recorded last year. It's likely these economists are wrong.The Trump economy is taking off.
Most Americans believe the country needs a new national healthcare policy. But until Congress can reach a consensus, that goal is impossible to achieve.
When Congress repealed the individual healthcare mandate in 2017, President Trump proclaimed, “We have essentially repealed Obamacare.”
The new Trump economy will likely continue its positive trend well into the future and continue to boost American median income figures.
The new GOP tax reform legislation is a major political and policy triumph not only for the Republican-led House and Senate, but for President Donald Trump himself.
Senator Bernie Sanders (Socialist-VT) will introduce a healthcare bill in Congress calling it “Medicare for All Act of 2017.”
At a time when most economists are predicting a recession, Trump’s economy is starting to grow much faster than it has in the last 10 years.
Any time a monopoly is established, the results are always higher prices, poorer quality and less revenue for the monopolist.
Better is the enemy of good enough, and the GOP health care bill is good enough, especially compared to Obamacare, the costly and failing Affordable Care Act.
In order for a market-based economy to operate efficiently, consumers and business must behave according to self-interest.
Thursday's passage of AHCA legislation essentially repeals the current Obamacare law via a "repeal and replace" update that greatly benefits the majority of Americans.
House Republicans wanted to kill Obamacare until they had a real chance. Then they couldn't come together to pull the trigger, and Trump couldn't forge a deal.
The GOP's Obamacare replacement proposal should really concentrate on the cost of healthcare itself, not just the cost of insurance.
Economically, politically and morally, America today is more divided than at any time since the Civil War.
Donald Trump may be the first president in history who was not granted a “honeymoon” period following his election victory. Democrats should be ashamed.
Mental health care, pregnancy services, cancer screening and treatment, pre-existing conditions: The list of what won't be covered post ACA should worry you.
Federal agencies are empowered to change, delay or waive provisions of the law they deem overly costly for insurers, drug makers, doctors, patients or states.
The Affordable Care Act (ACA) is a failure. It is important for Congress to set aside political differences and fix healthcare coverage for all Americans.
America's current run of economic stagnation is likely to be broken in 2017 by Republican-led pro-growth, low tax policies.