Implementation of the president’s health care law has been riddled with broken promises that have led to more expensive health care, the loss of existing coverage, and headaches for families and businesses trying to comply with the law’s many mandates. Republicans remain steadfast in their opposition to the law, but the president insists that Republicans have no alternative ideas to create a quality, affordable, and accessible health care system in the United States.
NEWS: The Washington Post: States Scramble to Get Health Care Law’s Insurance Marketplaces Up and RunningAugust 26, 2013 | ICYMI
The Washington Post reports, “With a key deadline approaching, state officials across the country are scrambling to get the Affordable Care Act’s complex computer systems up and running, reviewing contingency plans and, in some places, preparing for delays.” While Pr
The Wall Street Journal today highlights the need for a new Architecture of Abundance with domestic oil production at its highest level in two decades. Advancements in technology and innovation have flipped the scales from energy scarcity to a new era of energy abundance.
Houston Chronicle: "There's no good reason to further delay presidential approval of Keystone."
The New York Times’ editorial board today praised last week’s federal appeals court ruling that the Nuclear Regulatory Commission must resume its consideration of the license application for Yucca Mountain, describing the decision as a “well-justified rebuke” for NRC’s dismissal of the law.
In late July, the Chicago Tribune editorialized on the health law’s “part-timing of America” as “one more reason to rewrite, or halt, Obamacare.” President Obama’s hometown paper has followed up with a new editorial on the administration’s flouting of its signature health law it furiously worked to pass over three years ago as “more reasons to delay and rewrite this ill-conceived