As a nearly 25-year-old, healthy, non-smoking male living in San Francisco, I’ve spent the last six months preparing to be screwed by the Affordable Care Act.
People Complaining About Obamacare Insurance Cancellations Want to Get Something for Nothing
November 17, 2013
You can't get better insurance and pay the same old price for it.
If You Believe in Government, You Should Be Furious About Obamacare's Incompetent Rollout
November 14, 2013
A disaster that could undercut progressive ambitions for years to come
Obamacare Would Save My Family a Fortune, But the Politics Make Me Scared to Buy It
October 06, 2013
Her husband has a pre-existing condition. If she bought an ACA policy, and the ACA was repaled, would she be able to get her old plan back?
The Factoid That Explains Why You Want to Live in a Blue State
October 04, 2013
How much of a difference does living in a Democratic-run state make? Here's the difference between what a family of three—a working parent with two dependants—would have to make in Minnesota and Alabama in order to qualify for subsidized insurance.
The Seven Most Likely Obamacare Glitches: Some Don't Worry Me, Others Give Me Nightmares
October 01, 2013
A lot of people have been waiting for October 1, to see how Obamacare will work. If they're serious about trying to form a judgment, they're going to have to wait a lot longer.
Is Obamacare's Medical-Device Tax Up for Negotiation?
September 30, 2013
The funding bill that House Republicans sent the Senate over the weekend calls for a one-year delay in implementation of Obamacare—a demand that, as even most Republicans seem to realize, neither Senate Democrats nor President Barack Obama will accep
Obamacare Is About to Go Live. Here's Why It Was Worth the Wait.
September 27, 2013
Obamacare’s new insurance marketplaces are scheduled to open for business on October 1, just a few days from now. For all the attention that date has received, it is less important than it might seem.
Rand Paul's Dangerous Lasik Obsession
August 27, 2013
Senator Rand Paul has spent much of the August recess engaged in typical political activities—attending a roundtable on school reform, participating in a fundraiser for a fellow Republican, and speaking at a local ham breakfast.
Held Hostage by a Hospital
July 24, 2013
When the billionaire owner of the Minnesota Vikings football team decided last year he wanted a new, $1 billion stadium, he did what sports franchise owners often do: threaten to relocate to another state—at least implicitly—and thereby wrung nearly