The timing seems like it couldn't be better for this clever ad from Get Covered Illinois, the Land of Lincoln's health insurance marketplace. It targets the under 30-somethings using a healthy dose of realistic fear, mitigated with humor.
Media Matters went to the trouble of exposing the GOP's latest Obamacare scandal on Thursday, three days before CNN made a big deal bout it
On Monday morning, President Obama made a public statement urging the FCC to take strong measures to protect net neutrality.To the surprise of nobody, Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX) had an opinion on net neutrality once the President made his statement.
This week The New York Times published an assortment of answers to the question, "Is the Affordable Care Act Working?" If readers are able to get past the meaningless non-reporting of the piece's opening summary, there is plenty of good news to be found.
Ohio Governor John Kasich spent his Monday night calling up different media outlets after the Associated Press ran an article where he was quoted as heaping praise on the Affordable Care Act and stating that the law will not be repealed.
President Obama went off script while speaking at the Congressional Black Caucus Awards Dinner Saturday evening and deployed a truth bomb on selfish Republicans.
For five years, Republicans claimed the Affordable Care Act would produce significant rate hikes that would kill the law. For five years, they've been dead wrong.
In an article for the Wall Street Journal, Republican strategist and campaign funder Karl Rove wrote that the Republicans are all but assured of taking over the Senate following November's midterm elections
In ongoing efforts to deny affordable health care to their citizens, Virginia Republicans may have very well broken the law in an attempt to play petty politics.
If you expected change, tailor your expectations to expect more of the same because this is another House defined by its hatred of all things Obama
Word has it that a California Republican Representative named McCarthy is in line to take over Eric Cantor's post as House Majority Leader next Thursday, the 19th. However, he is being challenged by Idaho Republican Raul Labrador.
As Republicans once again try to besmirch Obama's foreign policy, they willfully ignored a week full of positive Obamacare news. Is anyone surprised?
The Washington Post reported on Sunday evening that State Senator Phillip Puckett, a Democrat, will resign from office Monday. Puckett is resigning so he can take on a new job as deputy director of the state's tobacco commission, a position with significant benefits.
The man who would be Majority Leader of the Senate and who promised to repeal Obamacare if he makes it claimed that the Kentucky state exchange is not connected to Obamacare.
After your next checkup, if you know your doc pretty well, take a little time and ask him/her how the insurance companies are treating him/her under the new government health care plan.
A plurality of registered voters in Kentucky have a favorable impression of Kynect. Kynect is Obamacare, by a different name.
The Koch Brothers SuperPAC, Americans for Prosperity, is currently running an ad in Michigan targeting Democratic Senate candidate Gary Peters, who is up for election in November. It is a lie.
On Wednesday, the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services released the January enrollment numbers for the ACA and it can only be seen as good news.
Now that their Obamacare kills jobs lie was discredited by the CBO's report and again in testimony to Congress, Republicans in the House of Representatives are seeking another way to call "you people" lazy freeloaders.
On Tuesday, the Congressional Budget Office released a report discussing the economy and budget. The report showed that the deficit continues to shrink.