As if we don’t have enough to worry about from Trump and the coronavirus already, there’s a data-mining company called Palantir, founded by gazillionaire crony Peter Thiel, digging up and providing information about us and COVID-19 to the federal government.
Rachel Maddow aired a devastating mashup of Fox News hosts and Donald Trump sounding like late night TV hucksters promoting hydroxychloroquine as a miracle drug for COVID-19, right up until they had an unexplained change of heart.
Trump's newly-installed Health and Human Services spokesman, Michael Caputo, tried to get rid of his racist, conspiracy-theorizing tweets about the COVID-19 pandemic but they live on thanks to the Internet Archive’s Way Back Machine and CNN’s KFile.
The crisis is not political. It is actuarial. It is immediate.
Following the first enrollment period for the Affordable Care Act, Secretary Kathleen Sebelius is resigning.
With Congress looking into the problems with healthcare.gov, a bad blame game has now started.
Lower premiums primarily apply to "silver" plans.
CNN host Dana Bash offered no fact check on Sunday as Heritage Foundation President Jim DeMint (R) falsely claimed that fewer doctors accepted Medicare than private insurance.
Where's Jon Stewart when you need him? Or The Daily Show's John Oliver for that matter. It's too bad they're on vacation this week, because Fox's Liz Trotta just continues to prove that she is one nasty, mean piece of work.
Sen. Tom Coburn didn't go as far as his cohort, Sen. Lamar Alexander, who accused Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius of acting just like Oliver North during the Iran-Contra scandal -- but he was still willing to accuse her of breaking the law by soliciting private donations to help implement the Affordable Care Act after Congress cut the purse strings.
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