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Our Soldiers Face the Enemy and Then They Face the VA
Instead of the VA becoming more like the private system, thanks to Obamacare the private system is becoming more like the VA.
How the Primary Candidates Would Reform Healthcare
"Donald Trump has released his health care plan after being pressured into doing so," Dr.nMerrill Matthews noted in Forbes in March. "He should have taken a little more time. Though six of his seven points—they aren't developed enough to be called proposals—are standard Republican fare, they are too vague and superficial to determine what Trumpcare would be like."
Trending Topic: Let the Market Work
If customer feedback leads Facebook to design a more robust and transparent system that ensures fairness to all its users, that is a market success, not a market failure. Let’s let it play out.
The Margin By Which Military Troops Prefer Trump to Clinton Is Massive
You’d think the military would be more favorable to a former secretary of the State Department—unless her performance at State is precisely why the troops refuse to support her.
2016 Election: 5 Who Win Under Trump; 5 Who Win Under Clinton
Both parties’ front-runners in the race for the presidency say they’ll grow the economy, but their plans differ. So from your wallet’s point of view, who’s better for you?
IPI Welcomes Wade Emmert as Research Fellow
IPI is proud to announce that Dallas attorney and former county Republican Chairman Wade Emmert has joined the Dallas think tank as research fellow, bringing a wealth of experience from a distinguished career marked by conservative thought leadership, political advocacy and civic involvement.
Obama's Plan To Benefit Overtime Employees By Spending More Of Other People's Money
Once again, President Obama has shown how generous he can be with other people’s money. Usually he’s dishing out taxpayers’ hard-earned dollars, but this time it’s coming from employers—an estimated $12 billion over 10 years.
Healthcare Affordability Difficult for Marketplace Consumers
"It’s a fair question as to how long health insurers can continue to provide the cost-sharing discounts unreimbursed," said IPI's Dr. Merrill Matthews.
Obama's Oil Tax Raises Taxes On The Middle Class - Again
Why does this president keep making life harder for middle class families?
The Courts Just Handed President Obama A Huge Loss on Obamacare
The judiciary just slapped Obama down again. This time, it had to do with the Affordable Care Act’s subsidies to health insurers.
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