Tag: Affordable Care Act

Anatomy of a Policy Murder: Will Duplicity and Dupes Kill Hope and Change?

If the last 40-odd days of health care hysteria serve any intellectually viable purpose, it is to ratify the Thomas Theorem on self-fulfilling prophesies: If men define situations as real, they are real in their consequences. Indeed, like the famous “toilet paper panic” from the 1973 oil crisis and the more recent Obama ammo-hoarding ammo […]

State Sen. Gifts Kathleen Sebelius A Copy Of 'Web Sites for Dummies'

It’s been a tough several weeks for Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius. With healthcare.gov website problems, people losing their health insurance coverage, and others finding out that their premiums will go up, the Obama Administration, and Sec. Sebelius in particular, can’t catch a break. After being grilled by a congressional committee over the problems […]

Diabetic Woman Sees Premiums Plummet From $500 To $1 – Thanks Obama!

Gail Roach, 57, of Pittsburgh was accustomed to paying $509 per month for her retirement health insurance package. With Type 2 diabetes, her costs were prohibitive. As soon as the Affordable Care Act (aka Obamacare) rolled out on October 1, she began to think about exploring her options. She wasn’t deterred by the website problems. […]