Medicaid’s awful results

Glenn Harlan Reynolds Opinion USA Today 11/11/2013

As the Obamacare debacle rolls on — looking even worse than it did a week ago, if that’s possible — there’s a separate but related issue involving Medicaid expansion. And, as with Obamacare, people who oppose the expansion risk being called heartless murderers for “denying sick people care.”


Obamacare installs new scrutiny, fines for charitable hospitals that treat uninsured people

Patrick Howley The Daily Caller 8/8/2013

Charitable hospitals that treat uninsured Americans will be subjected to new levels of scrutiny of their nonprofit status and could face sizable new fines under Obamacare.

A new provision in Section 501 of the Internal Revenue Code, which takes effect under Obamacare, sets new standards of review and installs […]

Coming Soon To America: A Two-Tiered, Canadian-Style Health Care System

John Goodman Forbes 5/23/2013

…we are about to see a huge increase in the demand for care and a major decrease in the supply. In any other market, that would cause prices to soar. But government plans to control costs (even more so than in the past) by vigorously suppressing provider fees and the private […]

ObamaCare Will Bring Bureaucracy, Endless Rules And Coercion, But Improve Nothing

Mark Steyn 12/14/2012

…Under the Supreme National Coordinator, the United States government is setting up a national database for everybody’s medical records, so that if a Texan hiker falls off Mount Katahdin after walking the Appalachian Trail, Maine’s first responders will be able to know exactly how many bisexual gun-owners she’s slept with, and […]