Healthcare costs have increased as consumers directly finance an even smaller percentage of their healthcare expenses, enabled by an inefficient government.
The U.S. is going to become another Greece, and it’s largely because of poorly designed entitlement programs. Two Medicaid graphs tell a depressing story.
You can’t argue in favor of the government giving everyone a guaranteed basic income, yet trash taxpayers who finance the lion’s share of redistribution.
Yesterday’s column was a look back on the good and bad things in 2016. Let’s now look forward and hope for the good and bad things that may happen in 2017.
Trump can’t ignore a debt bomb from what is a built-in mathematical result of poorly designed entitlement programs combined with demographic changes.
In 1962, defense spending represented more than 50% of the federal budget, but are now less than 25%. Entitlements have increased. So, who’s to blame?
The question remains if Donald Trump will address Medicaid reform as part of an overall proposal to block-grant all means-tested entitlement programs.
Nearly one-fifth of all Americans — 61 million nationwide — are on Medicaid, the already-financially insolvent government-run health care program.
According to a new report from the Centers for Medicaid and Medicare Services, ObamaCare premium increases will hit at least nearly 2/3 of small businesses, impacting at least 11 million workers.
President Obama again repeated the several-time debunked ObamaCare enrollment lie, claiming 4 million people signed up through federal or state marketplaces.