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.
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Today: Candidate representatives at Pachyderm; Sedgwick County pre-caucus rally; Libertarian ideals; High Kansas taxes; Harm of individual mandate explained.
Addressing members and guests of the Wichita Pachyderm Club last Friday, U.S. Representative Tim Huelskamp of the Kansas first district updated the audience on national spending and debt, a health information database that poses privacy risks, and Warren Buffett's taxes.
Today: Downtown Wichita site launched; Keystone pipeline hearing, bus trip; Health care reform; Pompeo defends against Obama's attack on aviation; Wichita corporate welfare opposed; The trap of job creation.
Today: Debt ceiling; Was August 2nd a deadline?; Despite drag of government health care, Canada thrives; Kansas government website revamped; Demand is not the problem; Debt ceiling bill.
Today: We have tried that before; How can the Fed be so clueless?; Deficit is probably worse than thought; Blue pill or red pill?
One year after the passage of major health care legislation, Harvard economist Jeff Miron says more reform is still needed.
Today: Health information campaign; Eisenhower book author to speak in Wichita; Kansas agencies mum on travel spending; Kansas wind energy jobs; the role of profits and losses.
What are we to think when President Obama's signature legislative achievement is highly unpopular with Americans?
News from alternative media around Kansas for June 25, 2010.
News from alternative media around Kansas for June 7, 2010.
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.
News from alternative media around Kansas for March 29, 2010.
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.
Today the Kansas house of Representatives failed to pass House Concurrent Resolution 5032. This resolution would have amended the Kansas Constitution to provide Kansas protection from federal health care mandates. Specifically, the explanatory section of the bill states: "The purpose of this health care freedom amendment is to preserve constitutionally the right and freedom of Kansans to provide for their health care."
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.
News from alternative media around Kansas for March 22, 2010.
The market for health insurance should be more like the market for auto insurance: less government regulation.
News from alternative media around Kansas for January 25, 2010.
A coalition of liberal political action groups has released a poll that contradicts the conventional wisdom stemming from Tuesday's election.