Published March 23, 2012
At $600 billion a year Medicare is the nation’s second largest government program, and at 7 percent a year the fastest-growing. It’s ripe for reform. But the Independent Payment Advisory Board or IPAB is a truly misguided way to fix it.
Published June 16, 2011
To avert national bankruptcy, America must bring her incredible spending binge to a halt. The only kind of reform taxpayers can really trust is one that includes real spending cuts, binding spending controls with teeth, and a Balanced Budget Amendment. Do Congressional Republicans really think a president running for reelection in a weak economy won’t blink?
Published January 21, 2011
“Repeal and replace” is proceeding according to schedule. Official Washington wants to dismiss the repeal vote as a stunt, and move on. But far from “symbolic,” yesterday’s vote showed repeal is real and creates huge momentum for the next stop: the Senate.
Published January 07, 2011
Don’t be scared, Republicans. History’s on your side on this one.