In an interview with Mike Siegel, Merrill Matthews discusses the latest news from the Democratic presidential race, President Trump’s border fight, the chances of a GOP healthcare win after the 2020 elections, and more.
Democrats won't tell you about the problems with single-payer, but IPI's Dr Merrill Matthews does in this interview with WAVA's Don Kroah.
In an interview with WBOB’s Ed Dean, IPI resident scholar Dr. Merrill Matthews discusses the Department of Justice making news this week by siding with a federal judge’s ruling that invalidates Obamacare (read more here.)
The old Democrats are beginning to fear the far-left new Democrats will hand President Trump an easy reelection in 2020. In an interview, Dr. Merrill Matthews joins Vicki McKenna to discuss the off-the-rails proposals of freshmen Democrats, and how unserved Americans would be if the nation’s existing entitlement programs were radically expanded.
Today’s field of Democrat presidential hopefuls espouse such radical fringe ideas, they’re basically “full blown democratic socialists,” says Dr. Merrill Matthews on Janet Mefferd Live. How has today’s Democratic party pitched so far to the left, and does it have any hope of staying relevant?
On Rick Ungar’s Pod Complex podcast, Merrill Matthews says the legislators who rammed through Obamacare, which caused skyrocketing health care costs, now want to foist Medicare for all on us.
Unlimited Freebies and Asset Seizure: Democratic Presidential Hopefuls Have No Shame (Audio: Interview)
Universal free college tuition, socialized healthcare, student loan forgiveness, universal basic income… the Democratic Party’s 2020 presidential hopefuls have an unlimited list of freebies they want to give out. Plus, Sen. Elizabeth Warren wants to seize the assets of billionaires. IPI’s Dr. Merrill Matthews joins Vicki McKenna on WIBA and WISN and discusses how Democrats have become so radical there’s not much separating their party platform from the basic principles of democratic socialism.
In an interview with WIBA’s Vicki McKenna, IPI’s Dr. Merrill Matthews dispels the notion that expanding government healthcare programs benefits consumers. Matthews also says it’s not the uninsured, it’s Medicaid and Medicare that are underpaying reimbursement rates, which is driving up the cost of private sector healthcare.
On Point of View with host Kerby Anderson, IPI's Dr. Merrill Matthews discusses the significant role health care could play in the new Congress.
How many of the freshman socialists’ ideas will be adopted by the new Democratic majority on Congress? IPI’s Dr. Merrill Matthews discusses with WIBA and WISN talk host Vicki McKenna.