Written by John C. Goodman
The most important question in health reform is this: How should the government subsidize private health insurance? And both parties are in broad agreement on the answer.
The subsidy should be in the form of a fixed sum tax credit.
Written by Right Side News
Nearly one in three Americans have little familiarity with Obamacare, and the ramifications are playing out in the media. Since each day brings headlines highlighting Americans who are surprisedby changes in their health care situation because of President Obama’s signature achievement, The ...
Written by Michael Snyder
Our children are the future of America, and our public schools are systematically training them to become accustomed to living in a “Big Brother” police state. All across the United States today, public schools have essentially become “prison grids” that are run by control freaks that are ...
Written by John C. Goodman
After delaying the employer mandate to provide ObamaCare health insurance to all full time employees for a year, the administration has delayed the mandate for medium size business for a second year. It has also relaxed the mandate for large businesses (they only have to cover 70% of their workers ...
Written by Bruce Deitrick Price
A few years ago the city of Virginia Beach paid a Harvard consultant to come down and announce the big news: teachers must stop teaching.
They would be given a new name and a new job. They would be called “facilitators.” Their job would be to “facilitate.”
Imagine the shock. These teachers have been ...
Written by Lindsey Burke and Brittany Corona
In November, Senator Tom Harkin (D–IA) and Representative George Miller (D–CA) introduced the Strong Start for America’s Children Act (S. 1697 and H.R. 3461), which would create a federal preschool program for all four-year-old children from low- to moderate-income families in the country. It ...
Written by TMLC
Claiming “an unprecedented attack on religious liberty,” the Thomas More Law Center (TMLC) yesterday filed an amicus brief in support of the plaintiffs in two separate cases, Hobby Lobby Stores, Inc, and Conestoga Wood Specialties Corp., pending in the U.S. Supreme Court. In both cases, the ...
Written by Eagle Forum
Common Core standards are influencing what teachers teach in elementary reading and high school English literature classes. Although proponents claim that there is no drive for a standardized Common Core curriculum, curriculum developers offer thousands of “Common Core aligned” books and teaching ...
Written by Greg Scandlen
Most of the commentators on the exchange roll out caution against the “death spiral,” in which failing to attract the young and healthy raises overall premiums. This further deters low-cost people from enrolling, resulting in even higher premiums.