On the heels of its Hobby Lobby ruling, the Supreme Court has given emergency relief to a prestigious Christian college in its efforts to stop the HHS contraception mandate.
In the case of Halbig v. Sebelius, a federal appeals court will determine the power of the federal government to force states to fund ObamaCare.
It appears that our government is working hard for the citizens.
Contrary to predictions by President Obama and others, ObamaCare has increased rather than decreased emergency room visits, a recent poll of ER doctors found.
Reports indicate that those in the Department of Veterans Affairs who blew the whistle on all the issues at VA hospitals are now experiencing retaliation.
Many Californians are finding that though they now have health insurance under ObamaCare, very few healthcare providers are included in their plans' networks.
The U.S. Supreme Court issued a landmark ruling June 30 in favor of Hobby Lobby that dealt a major blow to President Obama's notorious contraception mandate.
Federal and state governments are colluding with favored corporate interests to prevent the competition needed to raise the quality and lower the cost of medical care.
Good-news answer to ObamaCare: The Surgery Center of Oklahoma is proving that free enterprise is the way to boost quality while dramatically cutting medical costs.
Let's do a straight-up trade: Congress shall use the VA medical system; veterans get to use the plan available to Congress (and other federal employees) — the "Federal Employees Health Benefit Program" which is private insurance that offers the important element of choice.