By a vote of 72-20, the Oklahoma state House of Representatives passed a bill that would stop ObamaCare from being enforced in the Sooner State.
A state Supreme Court judge struck down New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg's ban on the sale of large-sized sugary drinks one day before it was set to go into effect.
The underlying assumptions of Rep. Paul Ryan's new budget to be unveiled on Tuesday, which include repealing ObamaCare and replacing Medicare, make his promise that the federal budget will be balanced in 10 years highly suspect.
While the Obama administration has been busy trying to take over the nation’s healthcare system through ObamaCare — sparking soaring insurance premiums, exploding federal deficits, serious economic pain, and more problems to come — a leading medical professional has a better idea. In an exclusive video interview, Dr. Alieta Eck, co-founder of the Zarephath Health Center and former president of the Association of American Physicians and Surgeons, offered her prescription for real solutions to the nation’s healthcare crisis.
There apparently is no limit to New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg’s Nanny State. In his latest public health initiative, Bloomberg is targeting earbud headphones. Bloomberg and NYC public health officials are planning a social media campaign to warn young people of the risks of losing their hearing from listening to music on their headphones at a high volume.
The lethal link between psychiatric meds and violence — including school shootings — has been largely ignored by officials.
Republican governors continue their conversion to the cause of ObamaCare. By Joe Wolverton, II, J.D.
Fred DeLuca, the founder of Subway, the world's largest restaurant chain, said that he would not be able to start his successful business in today's world of onerous federal regulations.
The New York Times reports that advocates are seeking to make changes to mental health laws that would give agencies the power to detain those believed to be mentally ill and potentially dangerous. Citing the case of Andre Thomas, a man who had shown signs of needing mental health treatment but was unable to be detained and eventually killed his wife and two children, the New York Times attempts to make the case for involuntary detainment of the mentally ill.
In a bid to save money, including new ObamaCare health-insurance fees, employers are increasingly dropping health coverage for employees' spouses.