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medicare for all
GOP’s Latest Mediscare Tactic Is Deeply Cynical
Attacking Medicare for All as a threat to Medicare is pretty bald-faced.
Paul Ryan’s Long Fight to Destroy the Welfare State Ends in Defeat
After failing to repeal Obamacare and “reform” Medicaid, Ryan looked forward to more years of futility and decided to pack it in.
4 Reasons to Ignore Trump’s Budget
Trump just signed a congressional budget deal on Friday. His own budget was out-of-date even as it was being printed.
Ryan to Unemployed Poor: Let ‘Em Eat Job Training
The frustrated would-be entitlement reformer Paul Ryan is taking the indirect route of linking work requirements to job-training programs.
Missing From Trump’s Big Speech: Small Government
It’s significant how little lip service Trump paid to conservative fiscal policy.
Cruz Wants to Launch One More Harpoon at the Great White Whale of Obamacare
Without the budget reconciliation process, the GOP can’t pass party-line legislation. McConnell would prefer to stand pat.
McConnell Says No to Ryan’s Dream of Cutting Entitlements in 2018
Ryan wants to use power to achieve ideological goals. McConnell wants power for power’s sake.
Forget ‘Tax Reform.’ Republicans Will Settle for Tax Cuts for the Rich.
For all the talk of “tax reform,” Republicans would prefer to offset tax cuts with spending cuts, and in the end won’t insist on offsets at all.
Trumpcare’s ‘Orphans’ Must Search for New Homes
Several provisions conservatives hitched to Obamacare repeal will need new legislative vehicles now that Trumpcare has crashed.
McConnell’s Two-Faced Approach to Health-Care Reform
By giving conservatives long-term Medicaid cuts and then telling moderates they won’t be implemented, McConnell may be too clever for his own good.
GOP Moderates Declare Themselves Staunchly ‘Reticent’ About Gutting Safety Net
The House’s budget draft would slash $200 billion from entitlement spending — 20 centrist Republicans say they’re “reticent” to support it.
How the Senate Might Do Even More Damage to Medicaid
The upper chamber is reportedly eyeing an approach to cutting the program that could be more draconian than what passed the House.
Forget About the House Trumpcare Debate — the Senate’s a Whole Different World
While House passage of Trumpcare was essential for GOP plans, Senate concerns and procedures will make the next stage of the debate very different.
Death of Trumpcare Would Leave Some Hungry Legislative Orphans
AHCA was more than an Obamacare repealer. It also included provisions on taxes, Planned Parenthood, and Medicaid that GOP will still need to pursue.
Trump’s Budget Director Choice Is Ominous Sign of Conservative Extremism to Come
Picking tea-partier Mike Mulvaney for the key post indicates Trump will go after domestic spending with a fury.
Does Rick Perry Think Medicare and Social Security Are Unconstitutional?
His comments on Medicare and Social Security could come back to haunt him.