Did the Court agree with the president that "no illness or accident should lead to any family's financial ruin”?
When was the last time that a Republican lost because he was too young and vibrant?
To beat Obama, Republicans must field their best candidates — now.
Key excerpts from Judge Vinson's historic ruling.
Yet President Obama offered no serious proposals for reducing spending or debt.
Americans oppose ObamaCare by huge margins.
“Conservative” and “conservation” come from the same root, and it’s not generally the liberals who dedicate themselves to preserving that which is worthwhile in the world.
The Obama administration is now batting 1-for-3 in its efforts to get constitutional challenges to ObamaCare dismissed.
Along the road to the passage of health care reform, Obama encountered little opposition from the very people who had the most to lose, but ObamaCare is now providing a much-needed wake-up call for many medical professionals.
To regain control over our government and its reach, we must limit its spending. And to limit its spending over the long-haul, we need a Limited Government Amendment. Would such an amendment really make that much of a difference? It would make a colossal difference.
Whether or not it ultimately leads to victory will largely be a question of will.
When confronted with the harsh reality of what ObamaCare will do, the Democrats retreat into a fairyland and pretend all is well.
Many of the numbers being used in the push for health care reform are clearly inaccurate. (Also read Roger L. Simon: Dean of Harvard Medical School Destroys ObamaCare)
There's no way a one-page proposal could be better than a 1,500-page, trillion-dollar bill — is there?
Every single desire and concern of the American people is met by Obama's miraculous proposal.
The White House proposes to lower the unmanageable costs of Medicare by ... expanding it.
The first step: follow Obama's advice about federal spending on health care.