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Jeb Bush Against Obamacare: Is He Credible?

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He is now calling it a “monstrosity,” but the history of Jeb Bush against Obamacare is mostly silence and massive corporate profits. Jeb Bush did once rail against Obamacare. But he waited until it had passed and was headed for

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Obamacare Turned Five Yesterday: Who Likes It?

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Since Obamacare turned five, shouldn’t the law be popular now like Democrats asserted that it would be? March 23 marked the fifth-year anniversary of the signing of the Affordable Care Act. Within two years, President Obama won re-election boastfully basking

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Broken Window Fallacy and Obamacare Jobs

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The broken window fallacy lies in ignoring hidden damage when counting visible success. The broken window fallacy is everywhere in economics today. It basically claims that sophisticated economic analysis will see economic good news in economic bad news. One of

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Obamacare Hostages Do Not Justify the Program

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Obamacare hostages are the few people who were uninsured until Obamacare was implemented, but they don’t negate the extensive damage that has been inflicted. We constantly hear from the administration of some (small) number of people who have allegedly benefitted from

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Republicans Working on Deal to Increase the Deficit

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Republicans are ready to join Democrats and increase Medicare repayments in a way that will increase the deficit $130 billion in a decade. Is there some political manual somewhere that explains to elected officials that, if they are going to

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Regulated Ice Cream Kills but Raw Milk Is Banned

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At least three people have died from ice cream, a product that the FDA heavily regulates. Back in January of 2012, Dr. Mercola published the headline, “No Deaths in 38 Years From This Raw Milk – So Why is it

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Could a Bad Economy Cause Death by Loneliness?

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Health experts are saying that loneliness is a health hazard. A bad economy can encourage loneliness. I have written before about how our current poor economy (whether officially in recession or not) can have long term consequences that cause further

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Millennials, Hispanics, not Flocking to Obamacare

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Awhile back I posted about the (surprising?) fact that both millennials and Hispanics voted for the GOP in 2012. Additionally, despite pajama-wearing icons, millennials have not been flocking to Obamacare—probably because being fleeced to support wealthier older citizens doesn’t seem

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Minnesota Obamacare Exchange: Failure

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The Minnesota Obamacare Exchange has once again been forced to lower their estimate of how many people will enroll. So, as a state that enthusiastically participated in Obamacare, the powers that be in Minnesota confidently predicted last year that they

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Is Obamacare Financially Sound? The Truth is Hidden

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We can’t tell if Obamacare is financially sound if the government is no longer tracking its finances. Yesterday, I wrote about a Washington Times report that the CBO was predicting massive price hikes for insurance that was offered through the

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CBO: Obamacare Rates Rising Over 8% a Year

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The Congressional Budget Office predicts Obamacare rates rising from 2016 through 2018. More great news about government competence and superiority to the private sector. The Washington Times reports, “Obamacare exchange customers set for significant premium spikes, CBO predicts.” [See also, “Obamacare

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Scientists Take Kidneys from Aborted Babies; Put Them in Rats

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The kidneys from aborted babies were put in rats to grow and then be transplanted to humans. I want to say that you can’t make this stuff up. But that’s the point. People do make stuff like this up in

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