Millions of Americans have gained health insurance coverage, since the Affordable Care Act (ACA) was passed into law on March 23, 2010.
A Gallup poll finds the percentage of Americans lacking health care coverage has dropped from 17.3 percent in 2013 to 13.8 percent in 2014.
Today is the anniversary of the Supreme Court's Roe v. Wade ruling giving women the right to choose when they give birth and, like every year for over two decades, religious fanatics will protest the landmark decision. Their contention is that patriarchs in Catholic Church, not women, own the right to make reproductive choices for American women.
Context is everything, and in willfully misrepresenting the past, Republicans create a false premise upon which to build their plans for the future
The Urban Institute's latest survey shows that Obamacare is working to lower the number of Americans who are uninsured.
Almost half a million people signed up for Obamacare in one week.
The only thing more idiotic than ascribing personhood to a legal instrument is asserting it prays, worships, and warrants religious freedom protections; particularly when the corporation (legal instrument) will exercise its religious freedom to impose religion on its employees and abridge their 1st and 14th Amendment constitutional rights.
There were two reports out last week from a highly respected medical journal and an international organization that revealed America is a dangerous place to be an expectant mother, and for women-hating Republicans and Christian extremists it was welcomed news and a sign their anti-women efforts are a raging success.
A plurality of registered voters in Kentucky have a favorable impression of Kynect. Kynect is Obamacare, by a different name.
When a person is down, one tends to do stupid things. Recently, the Republicans in the California Assembly seemed to have fallen into that trap.
At his press conference on Monday afternoon, White House Press Secretary confirmed that over 375,000 people visited the federal health care exchange between midnight and noon ET.
Liberals can take a moment to pat themselves on the back. There are poor people everywhere who are grateful for their help. Here's my thanks.
Speaker of the House John Boehner (R-OH) decided to blog about his Healthcare.gov experience on Thursday. According to the Speaker's tweet, he thought the experience was a #trainwreck.
Having affordable health care will mean a world of difference for the 106,815 people who now have it for the first time in their lives.
The media is quick to look for anything negative about Obamacare, but they protect the real culprit: insurance company behavior
Fortunately for Virginians who embrace the Constitution's guarantee of separation of church and state, freedom of speech, and equal rights, attorney general Ken Cuccinelli was defeated.
If you were to believe the headlines, it would appear that Blue Cross and their ilk are terrified of ACA. Quite the opposite is true.
The fiscal scolds at Fix The Debt are again demanding 'reforms' to Social Security and Medicare. Their entire argument is based on a myth.
The right-wing uses the people's fear of new technology to try to stop "Obamacare". Many experts said that Y2K would lead to TEOFTWAWKI (the end of the world as we know it).
The Tea Party and the Republicans could have led a much-needed national debate about the role and size of the federal government during this shutdown, but they haven't.