Survey: Doctors choose Romney over Obama

Betsi Fores The Daily Caller 10/1/2012

A new survey shows Mitt Romney with a commanding lead over President Barack Obama among doctors, with Obamacare helping to sway their votes.

If the election were held today, 55 percent of physicians reported they would vote for Romney while just 36 percent support Obama, according to a survey […]

Gov. Scott Walker Wows Crowd at AFP Summit

Warner Todd Huston Publius Forum 8/4/2012

On Friday night Governor Scott Walker of Wisconsin spoke before Americans For Prosperity’s event Defending the American Dream Summit and the crowd was loving it, I have to say.

Walker entered the room to a standing ovation and got an even bigger standing O when he finished and his […]

SOTU Fact Check: Obama and his imbalanced ledger

Calvin Woodward San Francisco Chronicle 1/26/2011

The ledger did not appear to be adding up Tuesday night when President Barack Obama urged more spending on one hand and a spending freeze on the other.

Obama spoke ambitiously of putting money into roads, research, education, efficient cars, high-speed rail and other initiatives in his State of […]

Bonus goodie in reform bill: 26 new opportunities for trial lawyers to sue doctors

by Rick Moran The American Thinker 12/22/2009

Well, I suppose it could have been worse. There may have been 27 or maybe 28 new ways for the Democrat’s favorite interest group to make out like bandits through health care reform.

Joseph Nixon writing in NRO:

At least 26 sections in the House bill and 21 […]

CBO Reaffirms Tort Reform Would Save $54 Billion

by Michael McAuliff New York Daily News December 10, 2009

Some Democrats were not satisfied with a Congressional Budget Office finding that tort reform could cut the deficit by $54 billion — about 10 times more than previous estimates.

So they asked the CBO to explain why. And got the same answer in a letter […]

Krauthammer: Kill the Bills. Do Health Reform Right

by Charles Krauthammer Friday, November 27, 2009

WASHINGTON — The United States has the best health care in the world — but because of its inefficiencies, also the most expensive. The fundamental problem with the 2,074-page Senate health-care bill (as with its 2,014-page House counterpart) is that it wildly compounds the complexity by adding […]