A negative ambiance is hurting the GOP for Election 2018, with Democrats currently enjoying a 10-point net favorable rating to win seats.
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The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (H.R. 1 “TCJA”), signed into law by President Trump on Dec. 22, 2017, provides numerous provisions that benefit working families.
“Obamacare’s abortion funding restrictions are ‘significantly weaker’ than the Hyde Amendment — a provision designed to prevent taxpayer
Republicans couldn’t manage to repeal Obamacare — and in a few weeks, millions of Americans are going to regret it all over again.
In another massive departure from the Obama years, Trump’s team is asking an important question of those groups: How can we make working with HHS easier?
After seven years, the only thing higher than the costs of the Left’s health care law — Obamacare — may be the mounds of evidence about its failures.
President Donald Trump has issued three different executive orders, one of which is the beginning of the end of Obamacare.
Obamacare forced employers, including Christian and religious based employers, to fund contraception, and abortion inducing drugs and devices.
Recently, Senator Bernie Sanders unveiled a single-payer healthcare plan called “Medicare for All.”
The president is right. Obamacare has been a nightmare everywhere you look — and that is especially true for unborn children, more of whom lose…
As the health care debate goes on, Senator Bernie Sanders will toss in a socialized medicine bill.
Early Friday morning, Sen. McCain singlehandedly extinguished the last flickering hope of repealing the monstrosity that is ObamaCare by casting the deciding vote against the final repeal proposal, the so-called “skinny repeal.”
While Senator McCain and his crash of RINOs enjoy their own taxpayer-funded “Cadillac health care plans” they ruthlessly deny any comparable benefit to the very people who are paying their bills.
LGBT activists don’t want anybody who has unwanted same sex attraction to have the choice to leave their plantation they deceptively like to call “gay.”
The hot topic again this week coming from today’s conservatives is an attempt to get you caught up into a debate about what is illegal.
While Democrat lawmakers and media news reporters claim the Senate health care replacement bill, will result in 22 million more people being denied health care coverage.
“Republicans have often knocked Obamacare for having such high deductibles that enrollees don’t really have coverage even though they have an insurance card,” reported CNN.
Another heavy hitter, Aetna, announced that it was pulling out of the provider pool this week after swimming in Obamacare’s red ink.
While gaining one step of liberty is encouraging, this dialectic is not a victory until we regain the liberty taken by both unconstitutional steps.
By a 217-213 vote, the House advanced the mission the Americans elected them for — defunding the nation’s biggest abortion group and gutting an unsustainable and unconscionable law.
Just shy of Trump’s 100 days in office, the House can kick off debate on a bill that finally ends the forced partnership between taxpayers and Planned Parenthood.
Together with people who are deeply invested in our movement, we had a chance to applaud a man who is greatly influencing the president for our values.
Obamacare made my private insurance unaffordable. Now the Department of Veterans Affairs won’t cover my emergency room visit.
Repeal first, replace next. It’s the strategy House and Senate leaders have rehearsed for a year and a half. Why deviate now?
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.