Both President Trump and Democratic presidential candidates are pushing for Medicare reforms. One approach improves Medicare the other eliminates it.
President Trump's decision to mandate immigrants have health coverage is appropriate, and his Proclamation may actually give immigrants access to affordable coverage.
Democrats are calling for huge new tax increases to pay for their new spending while taming the growth in government debt. The past proves we'll get the taxes and spending, but the debt will only increase.
Democrats want to impose price controls on prescription drugs, even though Medicare's long history of price controls shows that they don't control spending.
Can patients act like consumers in the health care marketplace? Liberals say no, conservatives, and new evidence, say yes.
Democrats increasingly defend their embrace of socialism by claiming the Bible teaches it.
President Trump and administration officials are downplaying fears of a recession. While a recession isn't imminent, the threat is very real.
Chinese climate scientists predict a period of global cooling in the future, which will surely heat up the climate change debate.
Important distinction: The right to see any doctor doesn't mean the right to see a doctor soon.
The economy is doing well, just not as well as we thought—or hoped. If Trump plans to run for reelection on a record of strong economic growth, he needs to resolve some lingering issues.