We allow politicians to obfuscate the math we all know by using smoke and mirrors to distract us from the reality we should be able to see.
We can learn something from Cuba’s universal, low-cost health care system. It’s that good for everyone and something we should be doing.
A fundamental question is whether Republican politicians who tried to take away vital health care benefits from their voters will pay a political price.
Do not be fooled by the lies Republicans are resorting to as they state their draconian cuts to Medicaid would provide better health care to Americans.
Medicare for all is the only answer. Americans must understand that our medical system does not have to be inhumane as they have programmed us to accept.
Delusional Republican Congressman Raul Labrador made a fool of himself by showing he has no clue about the health care reality of many of his constituents.
It is hard to believe that when picking thirteen members to work on health care in the Senate, Republicans could find no female Senator to serve.
Whether you have cancer or not, it is something one must keep in the back of one’s head. It puts much into perspective as it relates to our healthcare.
Chuck Todd had two politicians from the Republican Party who seemed as dissimilar as they could get in their current health care ideologies.
Bernie Sanders, as usual, did not hold back on HHS Nominee Tom Price. He justifiably used Price’s statement to make a much larger point.