The Right Conservative News Site | Right Side News

Switch to desktop Register Login

Health and Education

Medicaid Expansion Will Bankrupt Virginia

Medicaid Expansion Will Bankrupt Virginia

The Challenges with Medicaid Expansion in Virginia

As healthcare reform occurs throughout the nation, Virginians voice their opposition to Medicaid expansion.

Funding Limitations

The promised levels of Federal funding for Medicaid expansion cannot be fulfilled.

The evidence is mounting. Paul Ryan, ...

Read more: Medicaid Expansion Will Bankrupt Virginia

Reads: 3443

Really Understanding Obamacare

Really Understanding Obamacare

New Report on Obamacare, Before Obamacare and After from Discover the Networks:

You undoubtedly have heard countless commentators—on both sides of the Obamacare debate—speak about how the new healthcare law will affect you. But if you’re like most people, there are many aspects of this immensely ...

Read more: Really Understanding Obamacare

Reads: 3374

Federal Judge Grants Injunctive Relief from the HHS Mandate to Five Additional Non-Profit Organizations

Federal Judge Grants Injunctive Relief from the HHS Mandate to Five Additional Non-Profit Organizations

On Monday, January 13, 2014, Federal District Judge Stephen J. Murphy, III, granted injunctive relief to five additional non-profit organizations in the Thomas More Law Center's newest challenge to the HHS Mandate filed in the Federal District Court for the Eastern District of Michigan.

This newest ...

Read more: Federal Judge Grants Injunctive Relief from the HHS Mandate to Five Additional Non-Profit Organizations

Reads: 3460

Obama Administration Pushing for Racial Quotas in Student Discipline

Obama Administration Pushing for Racial Quotas in Student Discipline

Obama Administration Undermines School Safety, Pressures Schools to Adopt Racial Quotas in Student Discipline

Crime rates are not the same across different racial categories, and student misconduct rates aren’t, either. The Supreme Court ruledmany years ago that such racial disparities don’t ...

Read more: Obama Administration Pushing for Racial Quotas in Student Discipline

Reads: 3341

Medicare Advantage

Medicare Advantage

Uwe Reinhardt had a column the other day in which he argued that:

  1. We are paying Medicare Advantage plans more than we pay for similar patients in traditional Medicare.
  2. Enrollees in traditional Medicare are paying higher Part B premiums in order to subsidize the higher MA payments.
  3. This is bad ...

    Read more: Medicare Advantage

Reads: 2921

They Mean Well. They Just Can’t Get Their Act Together. Really?!

They Mean Well. They Just Can’t Get Their Act Together. Really?!

Dangerous Twits (Monty Python)Perhaps the most repeated cliché in American education is this: “They mean well. They just can’t get their act together.”

Teachers, parents, politicians, and editorial writers repeat this cliché when they want to forgive the Education Establishment for creating so many ...

Read more: They Mean Well. They Just Can’t Get Their Act Together. Really?!

Reads: 2899

Is The Welfare State Kind?

Is The Welfare State Kind?

Uwe Reinhardt, writing at The New York Times economics blog the other day, made two points: (1) we’re not as kind as other countries are and (2) even if we were just as kind we couldn’t do as much for the needy because health care prices in this country are so much higher.

I’ll have to address ...

Read more: Is The Welfare State Kind?

Reads: 3544

The Year of ObamaCare

The Year of ObamaCare

As of today, ObamaCare is the law of the land. Or more accurately, those parts of ObamaCare that weren’t unilaterally changed or delayed to serve the interests of the Obama administration and the Democratic Party heading in the 2014 election. Despite those efforts, it would appear that 2014 will ...

Read more: The Year of ObamaCare

Reads: 2268

Thomas More Law Center Requests Temporary Restraining Order in New Case Challenging the HHS Mandate

Thomas More Law Center Requests Temporary Restraining Order in New Case Challenging the HHS Mandate

On Monday, December 23, 2013, the Thomas More Law Center (TMLC), a national public interest law firm based in Ann Arbor, Michigan, filed a motion for a Temporary Restraining Order (TRO) in its newest case challenging the HHS Mandate. The case has been assigned to Federal District Judge Stephen J. ...

Read more: Thomas More Law Center Requests Temporary Restraining Order in New Case Challenging the HHS Mandate

Reads: 2280

You are now being logged in using your Facebook credentials