The HHS Inspector General has released an evaluation of the Obamacare website HealthCare.gov, shedding light on the performance of former Kansas Governor Kathleen Sebelius.
Posts published in “Health care”
For years, it has been the number one talking point of Obamacare supporters. People who are uninsured end up getting costly care from hospitals’ emergency rooms.
When to discuss ObamaCare
A new report from the Heritage Foundation says Obamacare premiums are significantly higher in Kansas compared to average rates before the rollout of the new health care law.
Republicans of the Joint Economic Committee of the U.S. Congress have released an update of a chart to help us navigate ObamaCare.
Scheduled to take effect on January 1, the employer mandate portion of the Affordable Care Act (ObamaCare) has been delayed for one year.
Alternative model of medical practice growing in Wichita
A retiring U.S. Senator is now free to criticize legislation he passed.
An Illinois State Senate candidate who happens to be a physician diagnoses and explains the problems with the Affordable Care Act, also known as ObamaCare.
A Wall Street Journal article explains that -- contrary to the promises of President Barack Obama and supporters of his health care plan -- rationing of health care is happening and will become more pervasive.
What are we to think when President Obama's signature legislative achievement is highly unpopular with Americans?
At the Kansas Defending the American Dream Summit 2010, produced by Americans for Prosperity-Kansas, Dr. Milton Wolf addressed the crowd on health care issues. Wolf is a physician and second cousin to President Barack Obama.
"Three months ago I had never been to a political rally," he told the audience. He started a website -- The Wolf Files -- and became involved.
We may never fully know the damage that will be done by the massive health care bill Congress passed on Sunday, but one thing is certain: It will lead to lower-quality care at higher costs.
Now that the Democrats' health care reform package has passed Congress and is sure to be signed into law, wealthy Canadians will need to start looking for somewhere else to travel for surgery.
The market for health insurance should be more like the market for auto insurance: less government regulation.
A coalition of liberal political action groups has released a poll that contradicts the conventional wisdom stemming from Tuesday's election.
The blogger at the KRA got it just right in the post Liberal-socialists ignore government failure in insuring children.
On Wednesday the Winfield Daily Courier printed an editorial titled ‘Tea party’ bunch is going to extreme.
While criticizing a move made by some Kansas legislators, it uses loaded language like "in full Glenn Beck mode," "they look silly," "appealing to prejudice rather than reason," and "should just laugh at the 'tea party' jesters."
The Wichita Pachyderm Club at the Petroleum Club of Wichita presents Dr. George Watson, D.O. The topic will be "We Need Change in Health Care, and the Correct Diagnosis!"