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."
The seemingly innocuous "reform" of requiring insurers to cover all pre-existing conditions would gradually lead to a full government takeover of health care.
We must reject the notion that one man's "need" gives him an automatic moral claim on another man's wealth.
What do independents want? In a word, limited government.
Americans are not serfs. We value our health and our freedom.
How far will we let those in Congress tighten it?
Before the country adopts a similar plan, Americans should know three things about the failing Massachusetts system.
A new poll shows that 45 percent of doctors would consider leaving their profession if ObamaCare legislation passes.
The argument, made by some supporters of ObamaCare, is as incorrect as it is appalling.
Your money or your life? Socialized health care, quite literally, takes both.
Health care is a need, not a right. There is no such thing as a "right" to a house ... or a tonsillectomy.
Health insurance companies are on the verge of a Faustian bargain that will take the rest of us down with them.
Protesters must couple their outrage at bailouts with a positive vision of a properly limited government. (See PJTV's coverage of the Tea Party protests here.)
Cass Sunstein wrote the book on stealth intrusion into the lives of American citizens.