All of the warnings regarding the harsh reality of ObamaCare were proven true on January 1, when it became clear that promises to offer healthcare for the masses were highly inflated.
ObamaCare enrollment is far short of what was expected so far, and one reason for this is likely the up-front and "hidden" costs of the new healthcare program.
Whenever we stand on the threshold of a new year, we are tempted to forget the hazards of prophecy, and try to see what may lie on the other side of this arbitrary division of time.
The world asks, "How can this be?" Faith answers.
Is the tide finally turning against the left in this country? Two important issues suggest that it may be. We’re a long way from being able to proclaim victory. But we’re winning some important battles. Let’s look at the evidence.
The free market in health care services which is already in place awaits the pending collapse of ObamaCare, ready to provide those services at lower costs without the mandates.
According to an article published this month in Consumer Reports, the number of children taking antipsychotic drugs is rising at alarming rates. Research shows that those numbers have nearly tripled over the last decade, not simply because there is a sudden increase in the number of children with schizophrenia or any other serious mental illness, but because more doctors are prescribing drugs to treat behavioral problems.
Four Georgia state legislators are listening to the crescendo of constituent opposition to ObamaCare and have announced their sponsorship of a bill partially nullifying ObamaCare.
The Obama administration recently exempted from ObamaCare's individual mandate all Americans whose health insurance policies have been cancelled under the law.
The December 23 midnight deadline for citizens to sign up for ObamaCare will serve as a major test of how much public interest remains for the healthcare.