Johnson challenges IRS Obamacare gimmick
Sen. Ron Johnson of Wisconsin says he cannot ignore a bureaucratic rule to fix a problem that should be resolved in Congress.
Hobby Lobby sues over HHS mandate
The largest business yet, a Christian-owned and operated 500-store chain, filed a lawsuit Sept. 12 against the Obama administration.
Jim’s Blog: Clinton distorts figures, truth in defense of Obamacare
Chris Jacobs, a health care analyst, takes issue with three assertions made by the former president in his DNC Convention speech.
SBA to run abortion survivor ad during Obama’s convention speech
With the lines, “I am going to tell you something you might not know: Many children, more than you might think, actually survive failed abortions,” Melissa Ohden shares her story.
Democrats for Life, not the life of the party
“The only way that the Democratic Party is going to win the seats back that we lost in 2010 is to run” pro-life people, says former Rep. Bart Stupak.
Democratic platform embraces Obamacare
While the platform acknowledges that the Affordable Care Act is not universally loved, it does make the law its centerpiece.
Platform to call for Obamacare repeal, replace
Rep. Marsha Blakburn, a co-chair on the platform committee, noted to Human Events that the document will include language sympathetic to opening up health care insurance competition across state lines.
Daniels: Health Savings Accounts incentivize citizens
Overconsumption and overspending has crippled our health care system, but health savings accounts are bringing costs down, while empowering the consumer.
Ryancare is as extreme as Congress’ own health plan
Like the health plan that senators and congressmen enjoy, Paul Ryan and liberal Democrat Ron Wyden of Oregon want to give seniors the option to choose from among a menu of Medicare plans.
Paul Ryan’s plan to save Medicare
Exclusive Q&A with House Budget Committee Chairman Rep. Paul Ryan of Wisconsin.