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When Congress repealed the individual healthcare mandate in 2017, President Trump proclaimed, “We have essentially repealed Obamacare.”
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In celebration of the national abortion cult, The Atlantic magazine did to Kevin D. Williamson what his birth mother would not.
The State of the Union highlights that Americans decided that after eight years of failure, a better approach was required. Ding, dong, Obama is gone. America is back.
Obamacare’s complex, interlocking structure makes it extraordinarily difficult to take down in a single “repeal and replace” piece of legislation. Eroding Obamacare piece by piece may be a far more workable solution.
Trump Derangement Syndrome can make anyone, even Nobel Prize winners, sound stupid. Take Paul Krugman. Really, I mean, take Paul Krugman.
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.
Two centuries after the founding of our nation, Americans agree with Madison's assessment of factionalism and its danger “to the rights of other citizens"
What we need to reign in costs and make healthcare more affordable isn't more insurance, but less, combined with price transparency and some market discipline.a
Senator Bernie Sanders (Socialist-VT) will introduce a healthcare bill in Congress calling it “Medicare for All Act of 2017.”
President Trump has certainly done more than so-called principled conservatives, like McConnell or McCain, have been able or willing to accomplish in more than a decade.
President Trump must remove this dark cloud that hangs over America. Every issue today is an “us versus them" instead of trying to work together to "seeking a solution."
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.
Wisconsinite James Hulsey told Paul Ryan, “We [Republicans] have a majority in the House and Senate and it feels like nothing’s getting done." Lots of people are getting frustrated.
Heghmann says the GOP has “engaged in a pattern of racketeering which involves massive fraud perpetrated on Republican voters" in regard to repealing Obamacare."
Paul Krugman refutes supply-side economics saying that tax cuts do not pay for themselves and do not boost economic growth. Tell that to Ronald Reagan.
“If we don’t repeal and replace Obamacare, we will destroy American health care forever.” - President Donald Trump