Another day, another promise of a payoff from presidential candidate and Senator Bernie Sanders: Exclusive: Bernie Sanders is set to announce today a new plan that proposes wiping out an estimated $81 billion in Americans' existing medical debt. It calls for negotiating and canceling the debts, without specifying a preciseRead More →

Dinner at Democratic Rep. Joe Cunningham’s house should be pretty interesting tonight, thanks to his wife’s candor: New video: Dem congressman Joe Cunningham's wife is outraged her taxpayer-subsidized Obamacare plan doesn't pay for her therapy, their marriage counselinghttps://t.co/HQLyf1g4Iy pic.twitter.com/3NXD4qD98c — Brent Scher (@BrentScher) September 9, 2019 Oh man. More fromRead More →

Broadband access is just like everything else for Elizabeth Warren — she’s got a plan for that: Let’s create a federal Office of Broadband Access, and invest $85 billion into making sure every home in America has a broadband connection. That means publicly-owned and operated networks—no giant telecom companies runningRead More →

C-SPAN’s Washington Journal ran a poll over the weekend, and here’s how it’s worded: Would you pay more in taxes in exchange for free education & health care? Call, tweet or comment your thoughts now: https://t.co/Ex3jebVa8f — Washington Journal (@cspanwj) June 16, 2019 You know, something just doesn’t add upRead More →

So… what have the House Democrats gotten done since January of last year? Allow Democrat Rep. Ben Ray Luján to explain: The American people entrusted @HouseDemocrats with lowering prescription drug prices, reducing the price of health care, raising wages by rebuilding America, & cleaning up corruption in Washington. And weRead More →

Why is Big Government intervention in the health care system a bad idea? Here’s Bernie Sanders to explain: Those who oppose Medicare for All need to explain why our failed current system should be allowed to continue bankrupting the American people. https://t.co/fT66BApf8B — Bernie Sanders (@BernieSanders) April 3, 2019 Weren’tRead More →

Remember a few years ago when the Obama White House spiked the ball about the Affordable Care Act? It's. The. Law. #ObamaCareInThreeWords, pic.twitter.com/yCHSmuxkKj — White House Archived (@ObamaWhiteHouse) May 16, 2013 That aged well, right? But after a federal judge ruled parts of the Obamacare law unconstitutional, former President ObamaRead More →