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Gallup Poll Shows Americans' Views on U.S. Healthcare Quality Turned Downward with ObamaCare and More Government Control

Gallup just released a new survey summary under the sobering headline "Americans Sour on U.S. Healthcare Quality," but what's perhaps most notable is when the distinctive downturn began -- as ObamaCare took effect and government control over our healthcare increased significantly:



January 31, 2023 • 04:20 PM
Accumulating Numbers Confirm Biden’s Economic Mismanagement

Accumulating Numbers Confirm Biden’s Economic Mismanagement

Biden didn’t rescue the U.S. economy, he’s gradually suffocating it.

Democrats' Spending Threatens Americans' High Standard of Living

Democrats' Spending Threatens Americans' High Standard of Living

At stake in this current debt ceiling struggle is preserving what sets the United States apart from Europe.

GOP Right To Deny Ilhan Omar a Committee Seat

GOP Right To Deny Ilhan Omar a Committee Seat

Omar's rhetoric is already the norm in academic and activist leftist circles, so it's unsurprising.

The Joe Biden-Hunter Biden Scandal Convergence

The Joe Biden-Hunter Biden Scandal Convergence

There is certainly reason to investigate the convergence of the Hunter Biden laptop scandal and the Joe Biden classified documents scandal.

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The Biden Administration's Nonsensical Assault on Noncompete Clauses

Timothy Lee, Senior Vice President of Legal and Public Affairs, discusses the Federal Trade Commission's ill-advised push to ban noncompete clauses[more]
America Needs Meaningful Spending Reduction and Reform

Phil Kerpen, President of American Commitment, discusses America's national debt, the need to reduce out-of-control government spending, and why Congress needs to act sooner rather than later[more]
Time to Eliminate Certificate of Need (CON) Laws

Ron Shultis, Director of Policy and Research for the Beacon Center of Tennessee and Beacon Impact, discusses the history of Certificate of Need (CON) laws, the chilling effect they have on healthcare access and expansion, and the positive impact eliminating CON laws would have in Tennessee and other states that[more]
Politicians to Watch in 2023

Quin Hillyer, Writer, Editor and Nationally Recognized Authority on the American Political Process, discusses who might be the most fascinating U.S. politicians in 2023 and how those individuals may impact the 2024 elections[more]
New Congress, New Priorities

Virginia Allen, Senior News Producer and Host of the Daily Signal Podcast and Problematic Women, discusses what lies ahead for America’s schools, commentary from Former HUD Secretary and renowned neurosurgeon Ben Carson, and what we should expect from the 118th Congress[more]
Politics and Prisoner Swaps

William J. Conti, Partner in the Washington, DC, Office of Baker & Hostetler, discusses the outcome of the midterm elections, how incumbency skews the numbers, Minority Leader McCarthy's chances to become House Speaker, Senator Sinema's switch to Independent, and the politics of the prisoner swap[more]
Our Nation's Report Card: The Politicization of Education

Lance Izumi, Senior Director of the Center for Education at the Pacific Research Institute, discusses why student test scores are plunging, how Congress can improve education, and the role teachers' unions and government regulations play in our schools and education systems[more]
Ridiculous Regulations, Union Shortsightedness, and Inflation

Ryan Young, Senior Fellow at the Competitive Enterprise Institute, discusses the numerous ridiculous regulations coming out of the Biden Administration on a weekly basis, how labor unions are taking a short-term view on the proposed Kroger/Albertsons merger, and why we need to be educated on how "money supply[more]
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"Florida Democrats are scrambling to claw their way back from the brink of irrelevance after an unsparingly brutal midterm election cycle that saw some of the last vestiges of the party's power in the Sunshine State slip away.Their challenges are steep. The Florida Democratic Party, now without a chair, has been mired in financial and organizational struggles for years. Republicans now hold supermajorities…[more]
— Max Greenwood and Amie Parnes, The Hill
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Considering all implications regarding federal government spending and debt, what is your position on raising the U.S. debt limit?