3 results for tag: Medicare for All


“Free” Always Comes With Strings Attached

Bernie Sanders’ delusions run deep. He argued that Americans would be "delighted to pay more in taxes" if his policies are carried out. Fox News has the details on Sanders’ CNN appearance: "Look, what we have to understand, for example... the United States is the only major country on Earth not to guarantee health care to all people as a right," Sanders explained. "In many countries in Europe, Germany for one, you go to college and the cost of college is zero. I think in Finland they actually pay you to go to college. In most countries around the world the level of income and wealth inequality, which in the United States today is worse than at ...

If Social Security Becomes Insolvent, What Does That Mean for Medicare-for-All?

According to a new report, Social Security will be insolvent and unable to pay the full value of promised benefits to recipients by 2035 and it will exceed its income by 2020.  About 67 million people are currently recipients; however, if nothing changes, the program will have to impose cuts of 20 percent to all beneficiaries. For many who rely solely on Social Security, that’s significant. Even Medicare will be unable to cover the full cost of benefits for those who qualify. Meanwhile, 2020 contenders like Bernie Sanders are proposing Medicare-for-All to be the savior of healthcare.  What Bernie Sanders doesn’t understand is his pipe dream ...

Six Ways Democrats Are Working to Impose Their Radical Agenda on America

Democrats are still unable to accept the election of President Trump. For the last two years, they’ve been “resisting” and spreading a false “collusion” narrative about our president. Now, with the Democrat presidential primary heating up, they are jumping over themselves to propose radical ideas. Many of these proposals are so extreme, Democrats opposed these same policies not that long ago. Packing the Supreme Court In 1983, Joe Biden called out court packing as a “bonehead idea.” He was even willing to directly call out President Franklin Roosevelt for the damage done to the Supreme Court for pushing such an idea. However, ...