Repeal first, replace next. It’s the strategy House and Senate leaders have rehearsed for a year and a half. Why deviate now?
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I am so excited that the “RyanCare” didn’t make it. It’s upsetting that over the last 5 years or so the Republicans didn’t have a Plan B healthcare plan ready.
At the National Prayer Breakfast, President Trump said, “My administration will do everything in its power to defend and protect religious liberty.”
The idea that the so-called mainstream press somehow stands above its own vested interests, or, put another way, against their own agenda, is laughable.
If the GOP replacement for ObamaCare repeals it in any meaningful sense (and it doesn’t), it only replaces it with something just as bad, if not worse.
All Americans should give Trump time to keep his commitments to all of us; we understand there are some things you can’t hurry, like producing a baby.
But after poring over the bill offered by Speaker Paul Ryan (R-Wisc.), that fear is very much alive in the House Freedom Caucus, Republican Study Committee, and among conservative senators.
The House Republicans’ replacement of Obamacare is here – the American Health Care Act! According to the New York Times, the new plan would replace Obamacare’s individual mandate with a system of tax credits.
Like Senator Mike Lee and others, we believe the best approach is for Congress to repeal Obamacare and address the replace holistically with a separate, well-crafted bill.
House Republicans are taking the first step toward fulfilling one of President Trump’s biggest campaign promises: Repealing and replacing Obamacare.
t wasn’t your average scavenger hunt. But Republicans scurried through the Capitol anyway, looking for the elusive text to the Obamacare repeal.
It was a Valentine’s Day announcement that most experts saw coming: Humana, one of the country’s largest health insurers, is breaking up with Obamacare.
In Washington State, a group of legislators, Obamacare supporters, are fighting — not just to keep the law’s grip on locals, but its suffocating, conscience-crushing mandate too.
What’s different in our time is the all-out efforts by important, wealthy, powerful and influential people to rebrand sin as virtue and convince the rest of us to “celebrate” it.
We urge you to call your senators and representatives today and tell them to repeal Obamacare and defund Planned Parenthood immediately
While the media continue to champion the legacy of former President Barack Obama, some of his signature policies are rapidly being ended or overturned by his successor, President Donald J. Trump.
The timing of President Trump’s biggest priority — repealing Obamacare and defunding Planned Parenthood — is now uncertain. The hold-up is over the replace portion of the repeal-and-replace effort.
His new title was barely hours old when President Donald Trump got to work writing a new chapter for America. By lunch, he’d already signed an executive order targeting Obamacare.
Democrats are turning their fire on the next secretary of Health and Human Services, Representative (and doctor) Tom Price (R-Ga.).
But before long, it became obvious Obama wasn’t incompetent. He was in fact achieving precisely what he told everyone he intended to achieve: fundamentally change America.
At every turn Obama and his minions insulted us, lied to us, manipulated us, and undermined us, working against our best interests.
The problem is the GOP and Donald Trump campaigned on repealing Obamacare on day one. They had better deliver and get this thing done.
You see, apart from Jesus you can’t even know the truth… and unless you HOLD to His teaching, you are not His disciples at all.
The American people won a great victory in the 2016 election, repudiating the utopian statist vision of “fundamental transformation” of their country.
Much ink has been spilled and many pixels have been posted over the question of what Republicans should replace ObamaCare with, if they keep their oft-repeated promises to repeal it.
President Barack Obama has scheduled an upcoming meeting with congressional Democrats to discuss saving the Affordable Care Act — or Obamacare — from President-elect Donald Trump and congressional Republicans.
What is the Obama legacy? Things like Obamacare are declared an unrivaled success, when in fact it is an abysmal failure.
The GOP is still in town working fast and furiously to craft a replacement for Obamacare that will help the new president hit the ground running.
A lot of priorities are under the agenda for 2017 as Donald Trump assumes the role of president along with Vice-President Mike Pence.
Over the weekend, Vice President-elect Mike Pence made it clear that the GOP is ready to carve up something else: Obamacare.