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Coming Sooner or Later: Elizabeth Warren’s Mondale Moment

Coming Sooner or Later: Elizabeth Warren’s Mondale Moment

  By Thomas L. Knapp “Let’s tell the truth,” said Walter Mondale as he accepted the Democratic Party’s 1984 presidential nomination. “It must be done, it must be done. Mr. Reagan will raise taxes, and so will I. He won’t tell you. I just did.” That comment looms large in popular memory as the cause […]

Why Is AARP Sponsoring A Forum Letting Medicare For All Candidates Promote Ideas Harmful To It And Its Partners?

Why Is AARP Sponsoring A Forum Letting Medicare For All Candidates Promote Ideas Harmful To It And Its Partners?

Evie Fordham | Politics and Health Care Reporter   Every major Democratic presidential candidate is scheduled to make an appearance at an AARP-sponsored health care forums in Iowa in July. Yet many of these candidates stand for dismantling the health care insurance system that AARP and its partners like UnitedHealth Group rely on. Hawaii Rep. […]

The Democratic Debate: Let the Clown Show Begin!

The Democratic Debate: Let the Clown Show Begin!

    By Tyler Bolsoni The Democratic debate, if summarized  as a simple phrase, would be described as, a competition on  who can the scold or frown upon  America the best.  Such examples can be exhibited  when they practically spit in the faces of countless  homeless veterans by raising their hands on if they would […]

Brad Sherman’s Townhall: The Left’s War on America

Brad Sherman’s Townhall:  The Left’s War on America

  By Tyler Bolsoni On June 1st, I attended Congressman Brad Sherman’s town hall at Granada High School. The main issues discussed at the town hall all had nothing to do with improving California’s (San Fernando Valley in particular) crumbling infrastructure, fixing our abhorrent education system, or  addressing the  homeless crisis.    Instead, it was […]

Poll: Voters Reject ‘Medicare for All’ — in Left-Wing California

Poll: Voters Reject ‘Medicare for All’ — in Left-Wing California

By Joel Pollak Democratic presidential candidates are rushing to declare their support for a single-payer — i.e. government-run — health care system. But voters reject such a system — even in left-wing California, where it is thought to be popular. A Quinnipiac University poll released this week revealed that a plurality oppose single-payer health care in the state: […]

Opinion: Universal Health Care Should Not be a Right

Opinion: Universal Health Care Should Not be a Right

Jim Martin | Chairman, 60 Plus Association   There is no shortage of Democrats tinkering with the idea of seeking their party’s presidential nomination next year. Thus far, it appears traditional Democrats are outnumbered by others positioning themselves as more progressively liberal than the previously announced candidate. But one common thread among them is “Medicare […]

Expanded and Improved Medicare for All | Beware of Greeks Bearing Broccoli

Expanded and Improved Medicare for All | Beware of Greeks Bearing Broccoli

    By Marilyn M. Singleton, MD, JD During the Supreme Court oral arguments in the challenge to the Affordable Care Act’s mandate to purchase health insurance, people laughed when the late Justice Scalia asked whether the government could make you buy broccoli. Never happen? The laughable has become reality. A California bill awaiting the governor’s signature forbids […]

In 1987, Bernie Sanders said Medicaid for all would “bankrupt the nation”

In 1987, Bernie Sanders said Medicaid for all would “bankrupt the nation”

Sen. Bernie Sanders on Wednesday was joined by prominent Democrats to announce his “Medicare for all” bill, or single-payer healthcare. Healthcare for everyone! Sounds great, right? But how much will it cost? It seems Sanders doesn’t even really know. The Cato Institute’s Michael Tanner says the current system is “running some $58 trillion in the […]

Bryan Caforio Statement on Medicare for All

Bryan Caforio Statement on Medicare for All

Caforio Supports Quality Healthcare for Every American Steve Knight stands by his vote to strip healthcare from 23 million people, eliminate protections for pre-existing conditions, impose an age tax on those 50 to 65-years-old, and increase premiums and deductibles. Bryan Caforio, Democratic candidate for Congress in California’s 25th District, supports solutions that will ensure every […]