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Obamacare's Unnatural Monopoly

America may see a wave of consolidation in the health insurance industry as the largest health insurers consider merging into even larger mega-companies.

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Six Priorities for Obamacare Reform

Although the Supreme Court decided to uphold the Affordable Care Act in King v Burwell, that does not negate the fact that the act has been an economic failure. American business have been saddled by burdensome regulations and have subsequently slowed the hiring of new workers. Additionally, young Americans have been left to subsidize the higher premiums of older, wealthier people. 

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Repealing Obamacare Would Lower Federal Deficits

The CBO has reported that repealing the Affordable Care Act would help the American economy. Additionally, analysis has revealed that the revoking the ACA would lower federal deficits.

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Unwanted Touching Is Not Sexual Assault

In order to address the problem of rape it is important to have the right numbers. Including unwanted touching and rape in the same category as sexual assault confuses the issue and prevents the development of real solutions.

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Obamacare Is a Horror Story for Young Americans

Higher premiums, impenetrable bureaucracy -- where's the upside? Obamacare has enmeshed many Americans in a bureaucratic nightmare. 

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How Government Debt Disinherited the Next Generation…and How To Fix It

Burdened with an obligation to pay government debt they did not incur, young Americans – those born between the early 1980s and the beginning of the 21stcentury, or millennials – begin life at least partially robbed of their birthright.

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America’s Recent Healthcare Slowdown: The Credit Goes to President Bush

George W. Bush deserves more credit for the recent slowdown in U.S. health care spending than President Obama, who is much more eager to attribute the slowdown to his landmark 2010 domestic policy achievement, the Affordable Care Act. The ACA’s record on cost controls is mixed, at best, and there are much better explanations available for why health care spending has slowed—and is likely to grow faster in future years.

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To Make Social Security Disability Insurance Fairer and Sustainable, Eliminate t

Factoring societal and technological advances into the disability determinations process will end Disability Insurance’s unsustainable expansion and restore fairness to our nation’s critical moral endeavor.

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Costs of Merging Social Security Retirement and Disability Funds

Merging the OASI and DI trust funds would be a significant departure from lawmakers’ previous promises that the establishment of disability benefits within Social Security would not reduce the funds available for paying retirement benefits. It could also have the adverse effects of further delaying necessary financial repairs, worsening operational opacity and weakening commitment to the self-financing principle. 

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Gaming the Scenarios in King v. Burwell

Earlier this year the U.S. Supreme Court heard arguments in King v. Burwell, a case critical to the future of the Affordable Care Act (ACA, or so-called Obamacare).  

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