New Census data show rising incomes and shrinking poverty, although it’s not quite time to bust out the champagne.
No statistical contortion can hide the growing divide between the 1 percent and everyone else.
How a little-known provision in the Affordable Care Act saved Americans $72 million
The health industry is about making money, not healing.
Steve Gepner’s story illustrates the importance of one of the Affordable Care Act’s key provisions.
Raise your hand if you don’t want any health insurance.
For me, the Affordable Care Act means that when I graduate from college, I won’t have to take a job that I hate to get the health care that I need.
The Affordable Care Act ruling won’t heal our ailing health system.
Despite years of polarized debate, many people still don’t know what’s in this law.
The purpose of America’s health care industry is to provide cozy income to the few at the top while abusing the poorly paid health aides at the bottom and consigning vast swaths of the population to inadequate care.
Walmart is displaying its incredibly shriveled ethical center by whacking the already meager health care benefits that hundreds of thousands of its workers count on.
The tea party and its ilk offer us only cold cups of bitter tea while serving up fountains of champagne to the super-rich, Wall Street, and big corporations.
Even if Obama’s overhaul works as planned, there will still be 23 million Americans lacking health insurance in 2019.
Ensuring children access to comprehensive health coverage is one of the smartest, most cost-effective choices our country can make.
Arguments against health care reform are self-centered.