By Philip Klein | 11/13/13 03:50 PM
Just 106,185 Americans signed up for an insurance plan through President Obama's health care law as of Nov. 2, far short of previous enrollment targets, the Department of Health and Human Services announced today.
By Philip Klein | 11/12/13 07:18 PM
As problems facing the implementation of President Obama's health care law continue to mount, the administration is in a bind when it comes to the health insurance industry. On one hand, insurers are an easy villain to blame for rate hikes and cancellation notices facing millions of Americans....
By Philip Klein | 11/11/13 05:25 PM
President Obama's health care program enrolled just 40,000 to 50,000 people through healthcare.gov as of last week, according to a report from the Wall Street Journal. The Obamacare website is supposed to help residents of 36 states enroll in subsidized private insurance policies. The WSJ...
By Philip Klein | 11/10/13 03:52 PM
As millions of Americans grapple with letters from their insurance companies notifying them that their policies have been cancelled despite President Obama's repeated promises over a five year period that it wouldn't happen, it's become clear that Americans have no reason to trust his word. It...
By Philip Klein | 11/08/13 12:52 PM
Following President Obama's NBC interview in which he said his aides were looking into ways to provide some sort of relief for millions of Americans with cancelled insurance policies, the Huffington Post's Sam Stein reported that officials are considering an "administrative fix" for those whose...
By Philip Klein | 11/08/13 05:43 AM
There’s a long-standing theory that when politicians are in trouble, the best thing for them to do is to own up to the problem. But there are cases where that’s easier said than done. When President Clinton apologized for lying about his relationship with Monica Lewinsky, he was able to...
By Philip Klein | 11/07/13 06:13 PM
Sen. Rand Paul was supposed to be a more politically savvy version of his father, former Texas congressman and presidential candidate Ron Paul. The senior Paul energized a subset of the Republican Party, but the younger Paul was supposed to be a more mainstream advocate for limited government...
By Philip Klein | 11/05/13 05:27 PM
President Obama has spent the past two weeks on the defensive as millions of Americans are receiving cancellation notices from their insurers as a result of changes made by his health care law. But there’s a bigger problem for Obama than Americans getting annoyed at having to lose plans that...
By Philip Klein | 11/05/13 11:41 AM
Last Wednesday, I reported that the federal health insurance exchange website, Healthcare.gov, appeared to be violating White House guidance on web security. But the Department of Health and Human Services has responded that it is not.
By Philip Klein | 11/04/13 04:59 PM
Move over, "if you like your health care plan, you can keep it." President Obama and his allies have a new message for millions of Americans who are losing their coverage as a result of his health care law: If you like your health care plan, you shouldn't.
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