Economic realities have started a process that politics in D.C. couldn’tDetails
Peter Schiff on a the huge failures of Obamacare and the Federal ReserveDetails
Obamacare can still be stopped.
And no, it’s not going to be stopped by McConnell and Boehner – or Roberts and Scalia. It’s going to be stopped by people like you – pressing your state to resist. In fact, Obamacare’s ability to become reality in the long term is like a house of cards. The act is not viable economically and unstable politically. The only way it can gain a foothold at this point is through compliance in the states. Resistance will kill it.Details
by Michael Cannon, CATO Institute
The plaintiffs in King v. Burwell claim the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act only offers premium subsidies, as the statute says, “through an Exchange established by the State.” Members of Congress who voted for the PPACA – most recently Sen. Bob Casey (D-PA) and former Sen. Ben Nelson (D-NE) – now swear it was never their intent to condition Exchange subsidies on state cooperation.Details
Rather than relying on a corrupt federal congress to stop the federal act, the StopObama.care plan seeks to ban the state from enforcing or assisting in the enforcement of significant portions of the federal Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act of 2010. Doing so will cripple the federal act, and lead to further state actions to bring Obamacare to its end.Details
The invalid portions of Obamacare under the Origination Clause are not its taxes, but its multitude of appropriations and its regulations on health care providers, employers, insurance companies, and others.Details
Things just got a lot harder for Obamacare in Georgia.
Today, a law that bans the state from participating in significant portions of the Affordable Care Act (ACA) went into full effect.Details