Written by Stephen Hyde
I like the state health insurance exchange concept. It offers a necessary corrective to our failed employer/government-dominated group insurance system by giving American consumers the direct power to hold their insurers’ feet to the fire to deliver value. Letting exchanges operate at the state ...
Written by John Goodman
Imagine we dug a 15-foot hole in the ground and got in it. Our only means of escape is a rope ladder, hanging from above. But then a federal judge rules that the rope ladder is constitutionally impermissible. So I say, “This ruling is terrible. We are all doomed!” How would you respond?
Written by Right Side News
Yesterday afternoon, the Thomas More Law Center, along with co-counsel, David Yerushalmi, filed its opening brief with the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit, in its first in the Nation challenge to the constitutionality of Obamacare. TMLC is challenging the Obamacare mandate that ...
Written by John Goodman
We’re not partisan at the National Center for Policy Analysis. We like good laws and dislike bad ones — regardless of which party enacts them. I believe we have been as hard on the Bush administration’s expansion of Medicare as we have been on the Obama administration’s new health law. That said, ...
Written by Warner Todd Huston - PubliusForum.com
Most Americans would imagine that if a homeowner is accosted in her own home by an outsider, the homeowner would be justified in arming herself. In fact, most Americans would think it a right… seeing as how there’s that whole Second Amendment and all.
Written by Charles G. Mills - Fitzgerald Griffin Foundation
GLEN COVE, NY -- Some "conservative" governors seem eager to get the usual dose of federal "aid" to education. Similarly, some "conservatives" want to cut the budget of every federal department by 10 percent without considering how much harm certain departments do and without distinguishing between ...
Written by Bruce Deitrick Price - Improve-Education.org
1955 is a pivotal year in American history. This was the year Rudolf Flesch published “Why Johnny Can’t Read”, a book that explained the country’s illiteracy crisis.
The biggest crime in American history didn’t start that year; but Flesch exposed it and forced people to confront it. The crime ...
Written by Phyllis Schlafly
The favorite question liberal newsmen ask incoming Republican members of Congress is: you promised to cut federal spending, so what programs will you will cut? A good answer is college student grants and loans because those handouts are probably wasteful and harmful.
Written by Abortion is the Un-Choice
Springfield, IL (Nov. 23, 2010) -- November is Prematurity Awareness Month, dedicated by activists to highlighting the risks of and impact created by preterm birth.
According to the March of Dimes, more than half a million babies are born prematurely in the United States alone each year. Yet most ...