Attorney General Bill Barr argues behind closed White House doors that 2020 is a bad time to repeal Obamacare, according to CNN, as the Trump administration finalizes its Supreme Court argument. In the midst of a pandemic, and a presidential election year, does it make sense to, instead, attempt a partial repeal of ACA? Should […]
While drunkblogging the Democratic presidential debates this week, Stephen Green suffered a haunting flash-forward: “What if one of these jokers wins?” Not content to replay this endlessly inside his own private Hell, Steve puts the question to Bill Whittle and Scott Ott…and you! How much of the Constitution will survive inside the Democrat presidential blast radius? Does America need to elect a hard socialist to innoculate itself against the disease forever?
President Trump signs an executive order designed to let patients see pricing information up front — before receiving health care services. Doctors, hospitals, and other providers would not only reveal their pricing in advance, but the now-secret amounts insurance companies pay them for those services. Could this TrumpCare transparency revolution trigger the reform that Republicans have been promising for years, or will it — as critics claim — create a “race to the top” sparking higher prices to consumers?
After a decade of justice denied — under Barack Obama, Hillary Clinton, Eric Holder, John Brennan, James Comey, and others — Bill Whittle thinks he now detects a whiff of fear among those in that cabal. Former CIA Director John Brennan, usually a cool calculating man, seems frightened about the probe into how the Russia collusion investigation began.
Sen. Bernie Sanders’ Medicare-for-All plan got cheers and applause from a Fox News tax-day townhall audience. Has the GOP lost the battle against single-payer, government-run, health care, within its own ranks?
As the Trump administration sues to cancel Obamacare, GOP voters must ask why legislation from the bench is now ok. Is the Democrats’ signature lawfare tactic considered principled conservatism now that Kavanaugh and Gorsuch sit on the Supreme Court?
A Texas judge ruled Obamacare unconstitutional, but should Republicans even try to restart that battle. Bill Whittle Now says, definitely and defiantly, “Yes!” More great videos like this, five days per week, at https://billwhittlecom.wpengine.com
Stephen Green laments a greater loss after the 2018 midterm elections — the Republicans lost opportunity when they had the House majority. Scott Ott finds a golden nugget in the muck, and Bill Whittle pushes back on Steve’s regret over losing earmarks.
President Trump announced this week he’ll force drug makers to include the monthly price of their medications in TV ads. He also told Attorney General Jeff Sessions to consider joining a lawsuit against makers of painkillers. Has Trump tired of winning when it comes to deregulation? Scott Ott leads Bill Whittle and Stephen Green to […]
To keep these messages coming go to http://www.declarationentertainment.com/ How do you overturn fundamental American rights without forcing people into the streets with protest signs, or even rifles? By doing it slowly… slowly… Bill Looks at how the Affordable Care Act and the National Defense Authorization Act threaten our First and Fifth Amendment rights and how […]