Failure of Repeal Shows Republicans Not Suited for Office

For seven years the Republican Party has repeatedly promised to repeal the Affordable Care Act put in place during the Obama Administration. Now seven months after the 2016 election, where Republicans have the majorities of the House and Senate, as well as the office of the Presidency, we find that there was no consensus. Some … Continue reading Failure of Repeal Shows Republicans Not Suited for Office

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White House knowledge of Kathleen Sebelius’ fundraising

Emails obtained by the Washington Examiner through a Freedom of Information Act request raise new questions about how much the White House knew about Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius' fundraising for Obamacare and whether she solicited donations from entities she regulates. White House officials have said they did not sign off on calls made by Sebelius to solicit donations from private entities … Continue reading White House knowledge of Kathleen Sebelius’ fundraising

Think You’ll Pass Something on to Your Posterity? Think Again

Over twenty years ago, the estate recovery clause was added to Medicaid.  If you are 55 or over and receive Medicaid coverage, the state you live in can seize your estate when you die to recover the costs they paid out for your health care. By and large, a large percentage of the people receiving Medicaid have been the low … Continue reading Think You’ll Pass Something on to Your Posterity? Think Again