Commentary

While anti-Trump bias continues to reign in America's schools, courageous students are standing up for their First Amendment free-speech rights, and the courts are starting to back them up. In Oregon, a high school outside Portland suspended student Addison Barnes because he refused to cover up his "Donald J. Trump Border Wall...

“A crisis of affordability.” That’s what is plaguing the individual health insurance market, according to Seema Verma, the administrator of the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid. The culprit? Obamacare. The health law’s regulations have steadily driven up the cost of insurance. Between 2013 — the year...

More than a dozen state attorneys general just sued the Department of Labor over a new rule that makes it easier for small businesses and self-employed individuals to form “association health plans.” AHPs enable these firms and sole proprietors to band together to negotiate with...

November's midterm elections are just around the corner. This fall, Democratic congressional candidates are betting the farm -- or shall we say the House -- on government-run health care. The crop of Democrats eyeing the presidency in 2020, meanwhile, is similarly united behind a government takeover...

Open enrollment season for health insurance is just around the corner. Starting November 1, Americans who don’t get coverage through work or the government will be able to sign up for health plans that take effect in 2019. Fewer will do so this year than last,...

Senator Bernie Sanders and his army of supporters of government-run health care evidently believe that American workers could use a pay cut. That's the natural consequence of single-payer health care, as a recent analysis of Canada's healthcare system illustrates. Last year, Canadian patients forewent $1.9 billion in...

Democrats have decided to stop worrying and embrace government-run, single-payer health care. On July 19, 70 House members launched a new Medicare for All caucus. A House bill to implement single-payer — H.R. 676 — already has 122 cosponsors, about two-thirds of House Democrats. Democratic National Committee Deputy Chair...

In early July, the Trump administration announced that it would suspend $10 billion in transfer payments to insurers after a federal court ruled that Obamacare's "risk-adjustment" program was flawed. The program authorizes the federal government to take money from exchange insurers with an above-average share...