The Neil Gorsuch hearing is quite partisan a year after Merrick Garland was denied even having a hearing.
It’s hard to imagine a more alternative version of what the Founders wanted for this country than what we currently see right before our very eyes.
Donald Trump’s success, or certainly his more-than-modest success, as president depends on maintaining his base’s loyalty and enthusiasm, while drawing others into it—people who didn’t support him in 2016.
Most of the cuts in the White House’s recently released Budget Blueprint are unsurprising.
In the game of Jeopardy it’s not the answer that’s called for–it’s the question.
Somehow the Irish are omitted from the discussion when the political class in Washington D.C. speaks of “comprehensive immigration reform.”
BLUE MEETS RED FORUM
One of Donald Trump’s campaign promises was to repeal and replace Obamacare. Republicans have finally proposed their new healthcare plan. What do you think?
Re: millions losing coverage: to give them coverage, we: lost our plan. lost our doctor. saw our premiums and deductible rise out of sight. Obamacare was designed to expropriate people like us. At thi...
- Dirk Droll:
Instead, health care needs to be made both automatic and persistent (independent of employers who don't really need the hassle of arranging for health care, anyway), and AFFORDABLE to people of all in...
- Dirk Droll:
Exactly on point in every aspect, STILL BERNIN'. I couldn't have said it better. As for another issue: the elimination of the mandate, it defunds the plan but would have pleased me as one of the vi...
- Patrick Moroney:
Times have changed my friend, times have changed. People can't even like Coke and Pepsi no more, Cola Wars were a game changer. Hopefully we can settle our political differences a bit better. *hopefu...
- Still Bernin':
The latest CBO report shows that 52 million Americans would be without health coverage by 2026 under the "Trumpcare" plan and would provide a hefty tax break for the top .1%. That's pretty much shows ...