Collectivizing American doctors will fail as badly as collectivizing Soviet farmers.
Why do so many journalists describe Obama's foreseeable economic failures as “unexpected”?
The government tightens the noose on guns, health, travel, and more.
The ongoing failure of the “universal health care” plan in Massachusetts serves as a clear warning to the rest of America.
We shouldn't let either Obama's IPAB or Congress control our health care.
The Social Security trust fund is fictional, nothing more than a collection of IOUs from the government to itself.
The breaches of professional ethics displayed in Wisconsin may be an ominous foretaste of future problems Americans can expect under ObamaCare.
The government's set to worsen our shortage of life-saving medications.
The White House's "individual responsibility" rhetoric masks its drive to subvert individual freedom.
Celebrate Tuesday's election results, but don't forget who put you in office and why — namely, the independent-minded Tea Party voters.
Like Kirk and Spock, I fear we may have passed through to a parallel (political) universe.
Kathleen Sebelius' chilling, Orwellian order that insurers not blame ObamaCare for rising rates was just the start. We must stop the re-education in November.
The recent controversy over the cancer drug Avastin highlights the dangers inherent in government-run health care that can only be avoided by repealing ObamaCare.
Americans must demand government transparency as a corollary to the broader principle that a properly limited government should be our servant, not our master—as the Founders intended.
Berwick and gun control advocates share a flawed view of human nature and a disdain for the rationality of ordinary men. Thus, their paternalistic desire to restrict our freedoms.
"You can't handle the truth!" That's the federal government's latest message to Americans seeking to learn the content of their own DNA.
Recently, independent journalism and blogging have come under attack on multiple fronts.
Even in the face of the Greek situation, some economists continue to argue that deficits don't matter.
Under arbitrarily powerful government, by the grace of Congress go I.
ObamaCare could dramatically slow the pace of medical progress, leading to millions of preventable deaths
The ObamaCare CBO score was based on a fraud. Hidden in ObamaCare is a more pernicious fraud: "bending the cost curve" by covert rationing.
The first round of the political fight over health care has gone to those who would violate our rights — but the final victory can still be ours.
Do we really want a system that would fatally compromise doctors' ability to treat their patients according to their best judgment and ability? (Also read Roger L. Simon: Obama on Fox: It’s Desperation Time)
The government should not rob men to pay their neighbors' medical bills.
Related: "Hopenchange 2010: It’s Come To This."