New York Times  Jul 25  Comment 
Presidential candidates are struggling with the demands of activists who see the hopefuls falling short on concrete plans to address issues like race, poverty and immigration.
New York Times  Jul 23  Comment 
During a short, and at times heated, campaign stop that was attended by both protesters and supporters, Mr. Trump again addressed immigration policy.  Jul 23  Comment 
WASHINGTON (dpa-AFX) - Immigration reform has not received much attention on Capitol Hill in recent months, but House Republicans pushed through legislation on Thursday to combat so-called "sanctuary cities." The House voted 241 to 179 in favor...
MarketWatch  Jul 23  Comment 
Donald Trump's controversial comments on Senator John McCain and illegal immigration haven't hurt him in the polls. He's leading the Republican presidential pack. Why? WSJ’s Jason Bellini has #TheShortAnswer.
New York Times  Jul 22  Comment 
A Mexican immigrant who lived for nine months in the basement of a Denver church to avoid deportation left the sanctuary Tuesday, after immigration authorities notified him that they would not carry out his removal.
Yahoo  Jul 21  Comment 
Lindsey Graham is about to get a whole lot of voicemail. During a campaign rally in Bluffton, South Carolina, on Tuesday, real estate mogul Donald Trump read out a phone number he said belonged to the state's senior senator. Both men are...
New York Times  Jul 20  Comment 
Donald J. Trump elaborates on Senator John McCain, on immigration, and how he runs his presidential campaign.
Forbes  Jul 14  Comment 
Perhaps concerned that Donald Trump was getting all the attention on immigration, Senator Jeff Sessions (R-AL) last week repeated an assertion on high-skilled jobs that two Wall Street Journal editorials explained was a distortion of the actual...
New York Times  Jul 14  Comment 
Martin O’Malley, the Democratic presidential hopeful, pledged to go further on overhauling the immigration system than any other candidate, in a clear effort to present a contrast with Hillary Rodham Clinton.


A lot. More today than a year ago.Because of Obamacare, no company in America ofefrs stand alone children's health insurance.Why? Obamacare dictates that it is guaranteed issue, without rate ups, regardless of health. Therefore, there is no reason to purchase it until there is a claim needing to be paid.That's not health insurance. That's a confiscatory tax on health insurance companies. Fortunately, they aren't slaves yet, so they exercised the F U clause in the contract with the purple bellies from Washington and just refused to do business where they are guaranteed to lose money.How do you fix the problem of un- and under-insured? By making health insurance affordable.How do you make it affordable? By removing ALL government mandates, loser pays tort reform, encouraging competition between providers (enforce existing anti-trust laws), eliminate the AMA monopoly on billing codes, and eliminate the connection between employment and health insurance.Do these things and we'll see health insurance cost less than auto insurance. More people will be covered, more people will be healthy.

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