Health Care

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Defending Freedom in the Age of Obama

By 7.30.09

Relearning the forgotten lessons of 1993.

Can Catholics Support Obamacare?

By on 7.28.09 | 4:12PM

As Congress heads toward its August recess, Washington is questioning whether the Democrat Congress and President Obama will be able to pass a healthcare bill this year.  Most of the attention thus far has focused on the hundreds of billions in new taxes, the control board the government will set up, the escalting costs of the plans, etc.

But the most interesting pushback, at least for me, is from many quarters of the Catholic Church.

Raymond Arroyo over at EWTN recently posted a very helpful summary of what the Church's major objections would be to Obamacare as it is coming together.  They include:

The Right Prescription

Who Will Tell Michael J. Fox He Needs to Die?

By 7.28.09

Which celebrities should we stop treating first; ObamaCare as celebrity survivor.

The Obama Watch

Abortion Haunting Obama

By 7.27.09

The more he puts it off, the more it comes back.

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How Much Is a Year of Your Life Worth?

By 7.24.09

Obamacare puts a price on your head.

The Obama Watch

Questions I Never Asked Obama

By 7.24.09

Fifteen questions reporters were afraid to ask.

The Obama Watch

What’s Not Political About Health Care Reform?

By 7.22.09

It's not about him, the president said. But Meredith Vieira wasn't buying.

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The Kennedy-Orszag $700 Billion Fix

By 7.22.09

How can Obama & Co. continue to insist that government-run health care will not lead to rationing and exploding health care costs?

The Public Policy

Affordable You

By 7.17.09

Just kidding, of course, along with congressional comedians behind America's Affordable Health Choice Act of 2009.

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Health Care Overhaul Threatens States

By 7.14.09

The Democrats’ proposed health care overhaul raises federalism concerns and burdens cash-strapped states with hundreds of billions of dollars in new spending obligations.

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