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Commentary

Why Dems’ Health Reform Hopes Are ‘Hanging by a Thread’

Townhall.com, January 18, 2009 As the New Year unfolds and congressional Democrats meet with the President behind closed doors trying to reconcile the differences between the House and Senate versions, they also appear to have lost a good deal of the optimism they had just a few weeks ago about ...
Commentary

No cost control here

National Journal – Health Care, January 11, 2010 The idea that the massive new taxes raised in either House or Senate health care bills are in service of overall cost control is just one of the great many collective fictions proponents of doing something on health care have perpetuated. The ...
Commentary

Orange Grove: CLASS act in health bill really isn’t

Orange County Register, January 6, 2010 Just before the curtain closed on 2009, the U.S. Senate voted to proceed with landmark health care legislation. The bill had appeared to be at a dead end, until Senate leaders assuaged moderates’ concerns about cost by dropping both the “public option” and the ...
Business & Economics

A Woman’s Nation?

The year 2010 has arrived at last, but before proceeding we must clear up some unfinished business. In late 2009, the Center for American Progress published the Shriver Report, named after Maria Shriver, a celebrity and California’s First Lady. The subtitle, A Woman’s Nation Changes Everything, begs some very important ...
Commentary

Hike In Long-Term Care Benefits Is Really Just Low-CLASS Trickery

The extent of smoke and mirrors in both the House and Senate health care bills is frightening. Much mischief is easily concealed in each 2,000-plus-page bill. One part of the health reform bills that has not garnered much attention is Congress’ expansion into long-term care. Just a few months ago, ...
Commentary

Even a ‘scaled-down’ health bill is dangerous

Last week, Democratic leaders in the Senate caved to Sen. Joseph Lieberman’s demands and stripped away some major provisions from their health reform legislation, including the public option and a plan that would have allowed middle-age Americans to “buy in” to Medicare. With Connecticut independent Lieberman’s support seemingly secured — ...
Commentary

Democrats’ Rx would jack up premiums

Democratic legislators recently rammed their $1.3 trillion health care bill through the House of Representatives. This is bad news for Californians — particularly young adults. The bills favored by leading Democrats would impose many new regulations on insurers and ultimately increase the amount Californians pay for health insurance. Several new ...
Commentary

Why the Senate Bill Must Be Rejected

The president met with fellow Democrats at the White House on Tuesday afternoon and reiterated his position that failing to pass any reform was not acceptable. He campaigned on this promise in 2008 and has stuck to his commitment in his many speeches to the nation. In his remarks on ...
Commentary

Sensible Alternatives for Fixing Health Care

Congressional Democrats claim that their health reform effort will deliver higher quality care at lower cost to more people. But their legislative prescription, which relies almost entirely on greater government involvement in the delivery of health care, would fail to accomplish these objectives. Fortunately, there is a better way. With ...
Commentary

‘Reform’ still stinks

Yesterday, the Senate’s Democratic leadership blinked first in its showdown with Sen. Joseph Lieberman (I-Conn.). Desperate for the crucial 60th vote needed to pass their health-reform package, Senate leaders capitulated to Lieberman’s demands that the bill drop both the public option and a provision to let those aged 55 to ...
Commentary

Why Dems’ Health Reform Hopes Are ‘Hanging by a Thread’

Townhall.com, January 18, 2009 As the New Year unfolds and congressional Democrats meet with the President behind closed doors trying to reconcile the differences between the House and Senate versions, they also appear to have lost a good deal of the optimism they had just a few weeks ago about ...
Commentary

No cost control here

National Journal – Health Care, January 11, 2010 The idea that the massive new taxes raised in either House or Senate health care bills are in service of overall cost control is just one of the great many collective fictions proponents of doing something on health care have perpetuated. The ...
Commentary

Orange Grove: CLASS act in health bill really isn’t

Orange County Register, January 6, 2010 Just before the curtain closed on 2009, the U.S. Senate voted to proceed with landmark health care legislation. The bill had appeared to be at a dead end, until Senate leaders assuaged moderates’ concerns about cost by dropping both the “public option” and the ...
Business & Economics

A Woman’s Nation?

The year 2010 has arrived at last, but before proceeding we must clear up some unfinished business. In late 2009, the Center for American Progress published the Shriver Report, named after Maria Shriver, a celebrity and California’s First Lady. The subtitle, A Woman’s Nation Changes Everything, begs some very important ...
Commentary

Hike In Long-Term Care Benefits Is Really Just Low-CLASS Trickery

The extent of smoke and mirrors in both the House and Senate health care bills is frightening. Much mischief is easily concealed in each 2,000-plus-page bill. One part of the health reform bills that has not garnered much attention is Congress’ expansion into long-term care. Just a few months ago, ...
Commentary

Even a ‘scaled-down’ health bill is dangerous

Last week, Democratic leaders in the Senate caved to Sen. Joseph Lieberman’s demands and stripped away some major provisions from their health reform legislation, including the public option and a plan that would have allowed middle-age Americans to “buy in” to Medicare. With Connecticut independent Lieberman’s support seemingly secured — ...
Commentary

Democrats’ Rx would jack up premiums

Democratic legislators recently rammed their $1.3 trillion health care bill through the House of Representatives. This is bad news for Californians — particularly young adults. The bills favored by leading Democrats would impose many new regulations on insurers and ultimately increase the amount Californians pay for health insurance. Several new ...
Commentary

Why the Senate Bill Must Be Rejected

The president met with fellow Democrats at the White House on Tuesday afternoon and reiterated his position that failing to pass any reform was not acceptable. He campaigned on this promise in 2008 and has stuck to his commitment in his many speeches to the nation. In his remarks on ...
Commentary

Sensible Alternatives for Fixing Health Care

Congressional Democrats claim that their health reform effort will deliver higher quality care at lower cost to more people. But their legislative prescription, which relies almost entirely on greater government involvement in the delivery of health care, would fail to accomplish these objectives. Fortunately, there is a better way. With ...
Commentary

‘Reform’ still stinks

Yesterday, the Senate’s Democratic leadership blinked first in its showdown with Sen. Joseph Lieberman (I-Conn.). Desperate for the crucial 60th vote needed to pass their health-reform package, Senate leaders capitulated to Lieberman’s demands that the bill drop both the public option and a provision to let those aged 55 to ...
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