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.
The White House has been touting the latest ObamaCare enrollment numbers, but both a broad and state-by-state examination of new data suggests serious death spiral danger.