3 results for tag: Elizabeth Warren


Medicare for All, Means Higher Taxes for All

Elizabeth Warren has become famous for dodging the question of how will you pay for all of your “free” programs? She continues to make fantasy land promises, without providing any explanation as to how she would pay to provide these utopian programs. So, after being asked nearly 100,000 times, Elizabeth Warren finally released her Medicare for All plan, how much it would cost, and how she intends to pay for it— and it only costs $20.5 trillion. Many that saw this price tag immediately thought, how are we going to afford that? At nearly 5 times the annual federal budget, Warren’s plan is expensive, to say the least. Republicans immediately ...

Medicare for All? More like Bankruptcy for All

Elizabeth Warren has spent her entire presidential campaign dodging, with Muhammad Ali like precision, the question of how she intends to pay for Medicare for All. She has consistently claimed that costs will go up for the wealthy, but will go down for middle-class families. President Trump put it best when he said, “sounds good, but doesn’t work.” Warren’s Medicare for All plan has an estimated cost of $30 trillion, according to the Committee for a Responsible Federal Budget. This same committee took a look at how Warren could possibly pay for this plan, and…well…the options aren’t good. Fox News broke down the committee’s ...

It’s Time to Scrap Rogue Obama-Era Agency

When it comes to big government and federal overreach, nothing stinks quite like Sen. Elizabeth Warren’s pet project: the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau. The CFPB is a monster of constitutional violations, and the U.S. Supreme Court has finally taken notice. The Competitive Enterprise Institute explains: The CFPB was meant to protect American pocketbooks and property. However, its founders—the drafters of the Dodd-Frank Act of 2010—felt that in order to do so, it had to be protected from political interference. That resulted in the agency being insulated from accountability to the president, Congress, and the courts. Dodd-Frank gave ...