Why Repeal of the Health Care Bill Makes Sense…and Will Be Done

The folks on the left made the huge mistake of making this a truly partisan bill. That will come back to haunt them. Read more »

What Could Possibly Go Wrong?

Let me get this straight . . . . We're going to be "gifted" with a health care plan we are forced to purchase and fined if we don't, Which purportedly covers at least ten million more people, without adding a single new doctor, but provides for 16,000 new IRS agents,  written by a committee whose chairman says he doesn't understand it,  passed by a Congress that didn’t read it but exempted themselves from it,  and […] Read more »

Folks From Delaware Speak Up

We the People of the First State After you get past all of the crap the liberal press and others have thrown at this candidate, you do get that her plans and intentions are quite sound…and worth supporting. Read more »

The Arrogant Voices of Big Government

via www.youtube.com I saw this video on Facebook and was compelled to share it here. There's a certain eloquence when one talks about individual liberties, freedom and personal responsibility. When folks talk about the need for government to expand and expand and spend and spend, somehow it just sounds so arrogant, self-righteous and self-serving. We […] Read more »

Obamacare in Chart Form

I got this chart from ResistNet.com. Here is a quote from their site: Titled “Your New Health Care System,” this schematic shows how Obamacare’s hundreds of moving parts will fit together and whirl — or not, as rising health costs at Boeing, McDonald’s, and the United Federation of Teachers (to name a few affected organizations) already reveal. Literally scores of icons […] Read more »

Insurance, Credit and Market Incentives

by John Eberhard President, CommonSenseGovernment.com Democrats have now passed legislation requiring all Americans to have health insurance and fining them when they do not. I want to talk for a bit about the overall nature of insurance and the effect this has on market forces and incentives. My wife was at a gas station recently […] Read more »

Black Sunday

by John Eberhard President, CommonSenseGovernment.com Today is a dark day for representative government in the United States. Today at 10:48 PM EST, the House approved the health care reform bill that was passed in the Senate recently, by a vote of 219-212. Not a single Republican voted for the bill in either the Senate or […] Read more »

It Helps When You Actually Ask

45% Of Doctors Would Consider Quitting If Congress Passes Health Care Overhaul via www.investors.com Though Obama and other democratic spin doctors claim they have the medical profession on their side, it helps to actually ask. The Investors Business Daily Poll was conducted by mail, with 1,376 practicing physicians chosen randomly throughout the country taking part. Read more »

Mr. Rogers States the Case

Congressman Mike Rogers’ opening statement on Health Care reform in Washington D.C. A breath of fresh air. How many of his cohorts were listening, do you think? Read more »

Stripping Away the Complexities of the Health Care Bill

Here’s an excerpt of an interesting article explaining the key components of the health care bill before Congress: “When you understand what this bill does, you can see why the Democrats would be happy to compromise and drop the public option—for now. This bill so comprehensively wrecks private health insurance that pretty soon a ‘public […] Read more »

The Truth About the Health Care Bills

I was sent a link to a blog post by an attorney whose area of expertise is constitutional law. Here’s the first paragraph. If that whets your whistle, click here to read the rest of the article is after the paragraph. “Well, I have done it! I have read the entire text of proposed House […] Read more »

The Health Care Debate

By John Eberhard There is of course quite a bit of debate right now about the health care reform that Democrats are trying to pass. Liberals have been wanting to pass some form of national health care for 20 years or more. They want it. They want it really bad. And they had to suffer […] Read more »

The Mob and The Media

We are seeing thousands of people show up for the Town Hall meetings with their Congressmen. All over America, people who had rarely (or never) voiced their views directly to their political representatives are showing up at Town Hall meetings to do so. And what became of this remarkable groundswell of participation in the democratic […] Read more »

Why Government Run Health Care is a Bad Idea

by John Eberhard President, CommonSenseGovernment.com As you know, Congress is trying to pass a health care reform bill, which the President has vowed to sign. It has now been delayed for voting on until after Congress’s summer recess, but come September the proponents of the bill will be working hot and heavy to get it […] Read more »