Tag Archives: Affordable Care Act

Mr. Trump, Just Follow Germany’s Example

Republicans coming up short on Obamacare Repeal and Replace

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The Terrible Truth About Income Inequality

U.S. politicians pretend to support the poor and middle class. They are firmly in the pockets of the super-rich.

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Don’t Count the Democrats Out Just Yet

Why U.S. Republicans may not gain another unearned victory in the fall.

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The United States’ Self-Defeating Gotcha Culture

Congressional hearings on healthcare.gov: show-trials and perils for democracy.

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The U.S. Civil War Continues

Battling over racism then, health care now, U.S. society is still at war with itself.

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Health Care and the Road to American Serfdom

Individual rights in the United States are not threatened because government is too oppressive. The real problem is that government is too weak.

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Protecting the Nanny State Boss

Are Republicans intent on creating a U.S. nanny state, too — only substituting employers for the government?

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The Case for German Leadership on Health Care

Could the Germans actually be more “capitalist” than the Americans? Let’s consider drug prices.

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Health Care: A Modest Bipartisan Agenda for a Rugged America

Will the newly elected Congress be able to make the U.S. health system safe for the individual?

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