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Grace-Marie Turner
by | Nov 6, 2014

President Reagan gauged the success of a welfare program by how quickly people were able to move off government assistance and into remunerative work. Yet President Obama, the White House, and their allies are measuring the success of Obamacare by…

by | Mar 6, 2012

Even though Mitt Romney has had a string of primary wins, support for his presidential bid still is tepid among Republican voters nervous about Romneycare. He could calm them if he were to more fully explain the difference between his…

by | Jan 6, 2012

Former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney’s narrow win in the Iowa caucuses and his lead in the New Hampshire primary could catapult him to the GOP presidential nomination, but if he is to have any hope of gaining favor with conservative…

by | Sep 12, 2011

The White House is quietly implementing a shrewd new strategy of silence on Obamacare. Its goal: making sure the revolt against the unpopular health care overhaul that swept Republicans into power across the country in November 2010 isn’t repeated in…

by | Oct 28, 2008

Sens. John McCain and Barack Obama both declared recently that they’d rethink their support for foreign drug importation, largely because of repeated scares about contaminated drug supplies. That’s an encouraging development. The U.S. currently bans bulk drug imports, but if…

by | Jun 17, 2008

Labor unions and business leaders rarely see eye-to-eye. But these normally disparate groups recently teamed up to urge action on health reform. If their venture succeeds, the business community likely will remember the move as a serious political miscalculation. Four…

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