In his latest Op-Ed, the New York Times columnist rips the Republican presidential ticket for a health care plan that would deny potentially millions of Americans coverage in order to save money -- all while proposing a trillion-dollar tax cut that would help the wealthiest Americans.
A look at the day's political happenings, including how Paul Ryan's 30 percent compares with Mitt Romney's 47 percent and a Pennsylvania judge decides the fate of the state's voter ID law for the 2012 election.
The Supreme Court retained President Obama's health care overhaul. Congressional opponents of the law plan a House vote on repeal as early as two weeks from now. And the House voted Thursday to hold Attorney General Eric Holder in criminal and civil contempt of Congress over the refusal to disclose documents related to a bungled firearms sting.
Most of us know better than to trust men running for public office to tell the whole story of their past. For those inclined to forget, Wall Street Journal senior editor Mark Maremont offered a reminder this week when he uncovered hidden emails detailing Mitt Romney’s support for a law similar to a portion of Obamacare that is reviled by conservatives.For anyone with the tendency to trust men running for public office to tell the whole story of their past, WSJ senior editor Mark Meremont administered an antidote this week.
Tuesday marked the second day of arguments at the U.S. Supreme Court over key aspects of President Obama's health care reform law, and the top court's conservative justices were at the ready with pointed questions for the Obama administration's lawyer about the stipulation that would require all Americans to have health insurance.
Conservative super PACs, along with Republican presidential and congressional candidates, are aiming at President Barack Obama’s health care reform, figuring that “Obamacare” and the program’s shaky support will be a deadly weapon against Democrats facing a difficult election year.It’s conceivable that the nation might as well prepare a White House welcome mat for Mitt Romney, the man who invented Obamacare (Romneycare) and now campaigns against it.