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    Morning Bell: Obamacare, Simplified

    With open enrollment in Obamacare’s exchanges set to start in fewer than three months, the law’s supporters are attempting to change the subject from Obamacare’s many delays and glitches. Instead, they’re mounting a campaign to sell the unpopular measure to the public. President Obama yesterday gave a speech on Obamacare, … More

    Rebutting President Obama on Obamacare and Premiums

    President Obama just finished speaking about Obamacare a few minutes ago. Several of his claims merit specific responses: The President claimed that Obamacare was serving as a “check on rising costs.” But what he didn’t say is that Obamacare is actually reducing costs—because it’s not. The non-partisan Medicare actuary concluded … More

    The Obama Administration's Fuzzy Premium Math

    President Obama is scheduled to make an address talking about Obamacare this morning. He’s expected to claim that Obamacare is working to lower premiums. There’s only one problem with that claim: His math doesn’t add up. Let’s look at the facts. In 2008, then-Senator Obama promised premiums would go down … More

    Morning Bell: Obamacare’s Dirty Dozen Implementation Failures

    Last week, the Obama Administration attempted to spin its announcement of a one-year delay in Obamacare’s employer mandate as an effort to implement the law “in a careful, thoughtful manner.” Don’t be fooled. Even Democrats have admitted the law has turned into a massive “train wreck,” with delays, glitches, and … More

    Morning Bell: So Which Part of Obamacare Works, Then?

    Obamacare is so helpful, so ready for action, so vital to the nation’s health, that… the Obama Administration is delaying another major part of it. News broke yesterday that the Administration is delaying the employer mandate, which would force businesses with 50 or more full-time workers to provide government-approved insurance, … More

    Obamacare Impact: Another Insurer Leaves California Market

    The Los Angeles Times reports this morning on another disturbing Obamacare-related development in California: The nation’s largest health insurer, UnitedHealth Group Inc., is leaving California’s individual health insurance market, the second major company to exit in advance of major changes under [Obamacare]. Due to UnitedHealth’s decision, thousands of individuals will … More

    Obamacare Shocker: Premiums Could Double

    This morning’s Wall Street Journal published its own analysis of premiums under Obamacare, and its conclusions will prompt shock—rate shock—among those who need to buy health insurance under the law’s new exchanges next year: Healthy consumers could see insurance rates double or even triple when they look for individual coverage … More

    Crop Insurance Reform Would Save Lots of Taxpayer Money

    Crop insurance is probably not the first thing you want to talk about at a cocktail party. It isn’t sexy. However, it starts looking a lot prettier when common-sense reforms to crop insurance could save taxpayers billions of dollars. The Senate is currently debating its bloated farm bill. The Congressional … More

    Morning Bell: President Says Obamacare Is Going Great

    Obamacare is “working fine,” President Obama said yesterday in his press conference. It’s made health insurance “stronger, better, more secure than it was before.” There are just a few slight details left to be implemented, but we shouldn’t worry about those, according to the President. Right. There’s nothing to worry … More

    Morning Bell: Thanks to Obamacare…

    It’s Obamacare’s third anniversary. Though many key parts of Obamacare—including some of its tax hikes and mandates—don’t go into effect until next year, Americans are feeling many of its changes already. Please share these impacts to mark three years of this bureaucratic nightmare. Tweet this | Share on Facebook  Learn … More