One of the worst mistakes the federal government makes is the tendency to try to reinvent systems the private sector has already invented.
All eyes have been focused on the functionality of the HealthCare.gov website — or the lack thereof — since its launch October 1. But another rolling disaster is underway that is much more significant: Despite the president’s assurances to the contrary, virtually everyone — not just the 15 million Americans with individual policies — will feel the brunt of Obamacare’s sweeping changes. By Grace-Marie Turner, President, Galen Institute
To kick off 2014, Kathleen Sebelius is reportedly papering the country with op-eds about the wonders of the “Affordable” Care Act. But her PR campaign aside, things will continue to deteriorate for Obamacare in 2014. By Grace-Marie Turner, President, the Galen Institute.
The key question is: Is Medicaid expansion beyond the poverty level a "hand up" or a "handcuff?"
Let's reawaken the constitutional idea of federalism.
Michael Horn recently traveled for one month through South Korea and Vietnam to closely examine their public and private education systems. This article was created for the Georgia Public Public Foundation. Horn is co-founder and Education Executive Editor at the Clayton Christensen Institute.
One of the most striking results of the vote on Amendment 1, which was approved by Georgia voters on Tuesday and creates an independent commission to authorize public charter schools in the state, is the absolutely extraordinary level of support received from African-American voters.
The topic du jour on the left these days is inequality. But why does the left care about inequality?
"In all the history of human suffering I know of … no accomplishment which in terms of magnitude and generosity can be compared to the relief that you have actually accomplished.”
Insect sting allergies, home versus hospital births, why your teen sleeps in and more.
The projected benefits of the proposed new, stricter ozone standard appear small and contrary