A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Supreme Court

According to a handful of my favorite bloggers,* the USSC ruled that the health care mandate is constitutional because it’s a tax and congress is authorized to levy taxes. I would say that I’m surprised with the ruling, but that would mean I cared about the ruling before it was handed down. ObamaCare is . . . → Read More: A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Supreme Court

No Room for Medicare Patients

When I went into solo practice of internal medicine in 1981, it was very easy to get a doctor to see a Medicare patient. All I had to do was make a phone call. A courteous receptionist answered. If the doctor couldn’t come to the phone right away, I could count on a prompt . . . → Read More: No Room for Medicare Patients

Missouri Voters Nullify the ObamaCare “Individual Mandate”

As I write this, with 3,035 of 3,354 precincts reporting, Missouri’s voters support “Proposition C” to the tune of 72.7%. Here’s the full text, but the upshot is in the ballot description:

Shall the Missouri Statutes be amended to:

* Deny the government authority to penalize citizens for refusing to purchase private health insurance . . . → Read More: Missouri Voters Nullify the ObamaCare “Individual Mandate”