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    Obamacare: A Bad Deal for Young Adults

    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 despite the arguments made by the Administration, young adults don’t seem to be buying … More

    Honey, I Shrunk America: U.S. Global Influence Under Obama

    A newly released Pew Research poll, “America’s Place in the World,” indicates that the Obama approach to foreign affairs has had a profoundly negative effect on the way Americans see their role in the world. Far from seeing the “shining city on the hill” articulated by American leaders from William … More

    See Everything This Mom's Cutting to Pay for Obamacare

    The holiday season is looming, but this year Kate Joy and her husband aren’t budgeting for gifts or saving for a vacation. They’re figuring out how to afford the 150 percent premium increases they’ll face in the New Year, thanks to Obamacare. Joy and her husband live in Sonora, California, and … More

    The Obama Doctrine’s Misleading Rhetoric on Terrorism

    Despite the Obama Administration’s narrative, the al-Qaeda network and its radical ideology pose an unbroken and significant danger to the United States homeland and its interests. For nearly a year, the Obama Administration, including current Homeland Security Secretary nominee Jeh Johnson, claimed that the core of al-Qaeda is “degraded, disorganized … More

    Has Obamacare Slowed Health Care Costs?

    In need of something positive to say about Obamacare, the Obama administration is trying to convince people that Obamacare has lowered health care costs. While it’s true that per capita spending on health care has slowed, it remains unclear how much of that can be attributed to Obamacare’s overhaul of … More

    Despite Obama’s New “Fix,” Old Health Plans Might Not Be Offered Again

    Cathy Pederson, like so many other Americans, had her health plan canceled as a result of the implementation of the Affordable Care Act. The Gilbert, Arizona, resident featured in a USA Today profile said she cannot afford a comparable plan, which would double her current $186 per month insurance premium. … More

    What Does a "Free Market" in Health Care Look Like? Here's an Example

    Conservatives often talk about the importance of a free market to improve health care quality and lower costs. What would it look like? An example could be found in the development of LASIK surgery. Dr. Craig Beyer, a practicing ophthalmologist and LASIK surgeon, was part of the team that performed … More

    Q&A: Can America “Rebound” from Its Current State?

    Every day, we hear more cultural commentators noting the inevitable decline of America. Many on the right lament it, while the left eagerly anticipates “the post-American world.” Kim Holmes has spent his life advocating for liberty, both as a longtime Heritage expert and previously as Assistant Secretary of State. His … More

    CBS News Video: Americans Suffering from "Obamacare Overload"

    It’s been five weeks since HealthCare.gov launched, and new reports say the website’s problems may not be fixed for another month. Meanwhile, Americans all over the country are getting slammed with cancellation notices from their health insurance companies and can’t access information on the Obamacare website. A problem “CBS This … More

    Two Obama Voters Are Outraged Over Huge Insurance Hikes

    California residents Cindy Vinson and Tom Waschura are proud to say they voted for President Obama in 2008 and 2012. They’ve also been proud advocates for his prized health care law. But after opening their health insurance bills last month, they’re both “floored.” “I was laughing at Boehner—until the mail … More