Obamacare Premiums Rise by as Much as 35 Percent in Washington DC Obamacare health insurance premiums are skyrocketing in Washington DC by nearly 36 percent, according to a report from the Daily Caller. Those enrolled . . .
Poll: 20 Percent of Americans Didn’t Fill Prescriptions Over Last 6 Months to Save Money According to new data from Rasmussen, 20 percent of American adults “continue to pass on medical checkups and prescription drugs . . .
Average Obamacare Family Plan Costs $17,000 Yearly A recent poll commissioned by the Job Creators Network found that 76.5 percent of American small business owners are concerned over the rising cost of healthcare under the . . .
The debate about the fate of American healthcare will likely heat up this year. With a Republican victory in their tax bill (and the partial repeal of Obamacare hidden inside) and Democratic victories in the . . .
According to eHealth, Obamacare will be Unaffordable for Middle Class in 94 Percent of Major Cities Health insurance under Obamacare is a disaster. The average cost for a family plan under the regime is already . . .
The Average Obamacare Family Plan Costs $19,000 Annually—as Much as a New Car Whatever your personal opinion on universal healthcare in theory, we should all be able to agree that Obama’s Affordable Care Act was . . .
Obamacare Premiums Doubled In Maryland Over Last 4 Years According to the Baltimore Sun, average Obamacare insurance premiums in the State of Maryland have nearly doubled in the last four years, rising at an average . . .
Obamacare Premiums Set to Rise in 16 of 21 Major Cities, According to New Study from Kaiser Family Foundation According to the Kaiser Family Foundation, a majority of cities will have double digit increases in . . .
How Legal Immigration Both Supports & Undermines America’s Healthcare System My colleagues and I have written ad nauseam about the problems associated with illegal immigration: it’s bad for America’s economy, it causes social alienation, and, . . .
Radioisotopes & the Case for Nuclear Power While the production of nuclear energy entails some risk—however small it may be—we must not let our sensationalized, and irrational fear of nuclear meltdowns (mis)guide our judgement. Nuclear . . .