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    Utah to Expand Medicaid, Governor Signals

    Utah Gov. Gary Herbert said yesterday that his state will expand its Medicaid program to cover more of those who don’t have health insurance. Talking with reporters at a monthly news conference, broadcast live by KUED Channel 7, the Republican governor said:  “Doing nothing…I’ve taken off the table. Doing nothing … More

    Obamacare Young Adult Outreach Now Has Its Own Day

    In the latest of a string of promotional tactics to get young adults enrolled in Obamacare’s health exchange, the White House recently declared February 15 as National Youth Enrollment Day. The so-called “young invincibles,” young adults from ages 18 to 34, are critical for Obamacare’s success because these typically healthy … More

    Young People Pummel Obamacare Ads on The Daily Show

    Will keg stands and one-night hookups convince young people to sign up for Obamacare? Two liberal groups in Colorado launched a pro-Obamacare advertising campaign with the controversial messages months ago. This week, The Daily Show featured the two ads in a segment with correspondent Aasif Mandvi, who interviewed a spokesman … More

    2014: Obamacare Puts Down Roots for the Long Haul

    Yes, Obamacare has raised premiums, caused people to lose their health coverage, raised taxes, and more. But on January 1, Obamacare started digging in for the long haul: putting down the deep roots of entitlement programs. Entitlements—like the big three of Social Security, Medicare, and Medicaid—are the biggest causes of … More

    New Poll: Health Care Reform Is America’s Top Concern for 2014

    Obamacare has not quelled the public’s desire for health care reform, according to a new poll released this week by the Associated Press-NORC Center for Public Affairs Research. The survey, which revealed the public’s list of issues they believe should be Washington’s focus in 2014, found 52 percent of respondents … More

    Meet the Humble Nuns Who Just Shook Up the Obama Administration

    Who takes care of poor people when they get old—when they are on their deathbeds? For thousands of people, the answer is Little Sisters of the Poor. “The elderly are at risk, with no one to speak up for them, no one to stand up and to express to the … More

    Obamacare Website Is a Security Nightmare

    The Obama administration is urging its supporters to make the most of the holidays by turning family dinners and other social gatherings into platforms for boosting enrollment in Obamacare. Supporters can even log on to a working website for talking points that can help them push loved ones including those … More

    Obamacare Is a Bad Deal for Young People

    By now, young adults have heard that they are key to making Obamacare work, and the Obama administration has spent ample resources trying to convince them that the law is a good deal for them. But they don’t seem to be buying in. A new Harvard poll shows that 57 … More

    This Is No Obamacare Success Story, Mr. President

    Most of the people applying for Obamacare are being funneled into Medicaid. President Obama boasted that sending these 803,000 people to Medicaid is an under-reported Obamacare success. But this does not equal success—in fact, it’s a negative for the enrollees themselves and for taxpayers. Here are four reasons why this … More

    Top 10 Broken Obamacare Promises

    Since the passage of Obamacare in 2010, many of the President’s famous promises have been routinely broken. As he so ironically threatened in 2009, “If you misrepresent what’s in this plan, we will call you out.” To that end, here are 10 promises of Obamacare that have already been broken. … More