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PerryCare vs. RomneyCare


Texas leads the nation in the number of medically uninsured citizens[1]. No surprise there. Governor Perry is quite proud of the fact, as well: this is “lean government”, which in Republican terms translates as cutting even basic services for the poor. The Texas economy is growing fast and adding jobs, which can also be said of Saudi Arabia […]


Supreme Irony II


Common Sense considered the possible implications of the Supreme Court’s hearing of Florida vs. USDHHS in this article. The political ramifications are still unclear, though it is certain to add bitterness and divisiveness to an already confrontational election year. What this case also brings into stark relief is that the ideological divide also affects the […]


Supreme Irony


As anyone who hasn’t been living under a rock knows, the Supreme Court has been hearing oral arguments on a challenge to the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (ACA), also known as Obamacare. The Court divided the hearings over three days: the first day to determine whether it was appropriate to rule on the constitutionality of the law […]


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