Relief for Patients and the Rule of Law

Two big health care announcements out of Washington this week are a bright spot for patients and people who value the Constitution.

The Trouble with “Medicare for All”

Let’s hope for the sake of our health – and our wallets – that Americans remember Margaret Thatcher’s prescient admonition: ‘The trouble with socialism is that eventually you run out of other people’s money.”

Dilemma: Mortgage Payments or Health Insurance?

Recent studies of our health care system make it clear that a health insurance card isn’t a guarantee of good, affordable health care. One PPI staff member shares her first-hand account of this truism.

How the Debate over Obamacare Mirrors the Law Itself

Obamacare pits people against each other; the debate has followed suit

Voting Without A Vision

The latest on the effort to repeal and replace Obamacare

The Better Care Reconciliation Act: Seven Conservative Concerns

7 concerns about the U.S. Senate’s Obamacare ‘repeal and replacement’ bill

“Medicaid Moderates” complicate “repeal and replace”

After 7 years of decrying the very real failings of Obamacare, why can’t Republicans get their “repeal and replace” act together?

Obscuring the Truth About Obamacare’s Effects on the Disabled

Let’s be clear: people’s lives are at stake.

Drug Price Controls Will Hurt Consumers

We all know the drill: whenever the government uses its clout to set prices, it invariably inflicts harm.

Healthcare and a law of economics

It seems America is having to learn the hard way about the economic law of scarcity and why it matters in the politics of healthcare.