Of course, the Trump administration thinks hurting poor people's healthcare is a political win.
Fox's "medical A-team" member Dr. Marc Siegel tells American's Newsroom host Bill Hemmer that Trump should follow his HHS Secretary nominee Tom Price's plan to shift people covered under the ACA into high risk pools and block grant Medicaid as a solution to make sure that everyone in the country has health insurance as Donald Trump promised.
The Paul Ryan poverty plan in theory? Paternalism. The Paul Ryan poverty plan in practice? Paternalism on the cheap.
ABC, This Week, July 27, 2014. Former Labor Sec. Robert Reich says he's "impressed" with Paul Ryan's flimflam of a supposed anti-poverty proposal where he wants to block grant the money back to the states. Read more: http://crooksandliars.com/2014/07/was-robert-reichs-evil-twin-week
David Gregory confronted Paul Ryan's overall beliefs about "the poors" by making the correct observation that Rep. Ryan doesn't sound sympathetic to the people who actually do need government help.
Sen. Rubio's big speech on poverty is exactly what we expected... just more of the same old trickle-down economics we've been hearing from them for decades now.
This week on This Week, George Stephanopoulos did a slightly less awful job this week. Not good - but not as bad as usually, pointing out the effect of Medicaid block grants (still using the fig leaf of "President Clinton said," which is why I won't
When the Romney campaign alerted users of its mobile VP app on Tuesday to "turn on your push notifications," the GOP vice presidential frenzy went to 11. But while New York Times statistician extraordinaire Nate Silver responded by running
The amoral and inaccurate Sen. Pat Toomey, lying wingnut extraordinaire, speaks at last week's PA Leadership Conference. He looks moderate compared to what the Corbett administration does to the poor. The Republican relationship with economic
One day after branding President Obama "really out of touch with what's happening in America," Mitt Romney marked his Florida primary victory by declaring, "I'm not concerned about the very poor." Of course, back in December Romney announced
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