Full CNN segment of the debate between Zeke Emanuel and Rick Santorum discussing Donald Trump’s sabotage of Obamacare by halting the subsidies.
Jeff Weaver shows how allies of healthcare must speak if they intend to get the correct message across about the effects Trumpcare will have on real people.
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.
President Obama did not mince words as he defended Obamacare and the process that got us there. He chastised those who are trying to repeal the bill in a manner that sliced deep with a sharp knife; he made the piercing intellectual argument about how one makes progress. President Obama did what he does best. […]
Jimmy Kimmel is mad as hell, and he used his platform to call out Trumpcare and the senator, Bill Cassidy, who authored it.
Chuck Todd is a smart journalist, and as such, this interview was journalistic malpractice given that he promoted a false and misleading narrative.
If Donald Trump’s sabotage is made irrelevant before too much damage is done, then healthcare while still on thin ice will remain accessible.
Judging from the pace of Trump’s failures, that statement by Reich’s Republican friend is becoming more believable and may become reality.
The health care debate may seem to be about something that affects just over 10% of the population. Her cancer proves otherwise.
These panelists of various ideologies stated what should have been said about the GOP for a long time. This truth would have saved us if stated earlier.