As a political junkie and analyst, I cannot help but to look at everything through a political lens. We hear much about the gender gap on the issues, but the ultimate gender gap is on migraines. Out of the nearly 30 million Americans who suffer from migraines, 3 out of 4 are women. And one of them is my wife.
I by no means endorse this plan as the best way to provide the best care for the most people. Indeed, that’s the heart of our health care debate. However, I do recognize that for too long, healthcare reform efforts – including the Affordable Care Act – have pitted our core values against one another. The following plan proposed on AEI looks at the following questions that I would agree, even if you do not agree, are at the heart of the debate as well.
The Obama administration’s decision to delay penalties for large employers who do not provide health-insurance coverage to workers under Obamacare until 2015, raises some immediate practical issues for consumers. It’s also a cause for doubt as to the motivation that drove this measure.
The Obama administration transformed their campaign apparatus into a public opinion machine just after the 2012 presidential election, and now they are gearing up to use it to sway opinion of the deeply unpopular Obamacare health care bill, or the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act.
Paul Krugman being awarded a Nobel Prize