As we inch closer to the midterms, Republicans are desperately trying to convince voters that they were actually in favor of the health care protections they have spent years trying to dismantle. Rep. Martha McSally, the Republican candidate for Senate in Arizona, has said over and over during her campaign that she…
Republicans are in pretty sorry shape heading into the midterm elections, with some of their biggest ghouls in danger of losing their seats due to a wave of anti-GOP and anti-Trump sentiment. So naturally, the people in charge of the party are choosing this particular moment to double down on an effort to repeal…
In a sign of how utterly committed they are to taking healthcare away from people, reports suggest the GOP is gearing up to take yet another crack at fully repealing the Affordable Care Act should they retain control of Congress after the midterms.
The Trump administration recently approved new health insurance rules that will help further cripple the already embattled Affordable Care Act. The rules regard so-called “short-term insurance,” plans that are meant to help people fill a gap in coverage, but aren’t intended to provide any serious medical care. The…
The Republican Party has spent the several years trying its hardest to ruin the already terrible American healthcare system, and in the last year and a half, it has finally gotten its wish. Surprisingly, it seems like a lot of people aren’t cool with that!
The Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee—the group tasked with making sure Democrats win House races around the country—has a problem. You see, while Donald Trump and his cronies do everything in their power to dismantle anything even resembling reasonable healthcare legislation in the United States, the DCCC…
Single payer has often been seen as a far-left radical view that does not comport with practical realities, especially in comparison to a much more moderate national healthcare program like the Affordable Care Act.
Representative Pat Meehan, Republican from Pennsylvania, has reached peak “thanks, Obama”-ism by attributing his mistreatment of a younger female aide to stress stemming from the Affordable Care Act.
On Wednesday, Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell touted this victory for the working classes on Twitter:
It’s been exactly one year since Donald Trump officially went from racist and psychologically addled TV man to racist and psychologically addled president.
Extremely generic Republican senator Chuck Grassley (he’s the one who’s an old white man) had a rare moment of lucid honesty on Wednesday when he spoke about the GOP’s last-minute effort to ram through its latest Obamacare repeal measure.
On Monday, GOP Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell announced that the GOP’s much-maligned “Better Care Reconciliation Act” was headed toward a make-or-break vote in just 24 hours.
The GOP’s healthcare implosion has shown, once and for all, just how inept President Donald Trump really is.
After two days of protests, a group of disability activists were arrested and removed from Colorado Republican Senator Cory Gardner’s Denver office on Thursday, in the latest emotionally charged skirmish over the GOP’s ongoing efforts to gut American healthcare as we know it.
As Republican senators gather in secret to hammer out their version of the almost-certainly catastrophic American Health Care Act, they are taking unprecedented lengths to shield their activities from public scrutiny.
Republican congressman Chris Collins (NY-27) is a pretty busy guy. So busy, in fact, that when it comes to condemning millions of people to die because they can’t get health care, he can’t even be bothered to read the actual bill he’s voting for.