What to do with mentally ill criminals? That question has been nagging the justice system for 30 years. Well, it's time to figure it out.
A single-payer system will inevitably lead to rationing of care and that will lead to decisions by government bureaucrats, not doctors, on who gets approved for surgery and who doesn't. This will be based on a utilitarian ethic, not the uniqueness of human beings created by God.
New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo has proposed a "Reproductive Health Act" that is making national headlines. His state already has the highest abortion rate in the nation. His legislation would remove parental-notification laws and informed-consent laws, restrictions on taxpayer funding for abortion, and restrictions on late-term abortions.
It was remarkable to hear the president's basic philosophy undermined by a brilliant doctor. We need more people like that who speak the truth.
President Obama's health care plan will push nearly 7 million people out of their employer-provided health insurance coverage -- nearly twice the previous estimate, according to a new report from the Congressional Budget Office.
When I want to know what the effects of Obamacare might be, I look to the UK, where national health care has been in force for many years.
San Francisco is set to become the first U.S. city to offer free sex-change operations for uninsured transgender residents.
The College of the Ozarks, a small Christian college in Point Lookout, Mo., has filed suit against the federal government over the mandate requiring employers to provide health insurance coverage for contraceptive and abortifacient drugs.
With entitlements comes a total lack of gratitude. Without gratitude to the ultimate Provider, we all become poor.
It's only a matter of time if Obamacare is not repealed before the country faces too many people getting so-called "free" insurance, which the government can't afford and so must employ cost-cutting measures, which will include rationing and a reduction in quality.
Wheaton College has filed a lawsuit alongside The Catholic University of America in the D.C. district court opposing the Health and Human Services "preventive services" mandate.
British hospitals may be placing thousands of terminally ill patients on a "death pathway" to save money, warn elder care experts.
One of the most serious threats to the conscience rights of medical workers and professionals is right on the horizon -- Obamacare.
So if Obamacare isn't the solution to the health care crisis, what is and can we work on implementing it?
In a political climate where "status quo" is a four-letter word and anger is the electorate's prime mover, the 5-4 ruling in favor of the White House may actually be a political boon to social and religious conservatives -- giving them a potent issue to rally supporters.
In an outcome very few court experts predicted after hearing the oral arguments, the Supreme Court left the Affordable Care Act of 2010 largely untouched. Chief Justice John Roberts limited the ruling to say that the individual mandate’s penalty for not having health insurance counted as a tax increase.
The Supreme Court's nearly split decision on the new health care law is mirrored by the American public, according to a new survey.
While many of us may have been disappointed by the outcome of the Obamacare case, the Supreme Court’s decision provides us with an opportunity to say what we are for and not just what we are against.
The U.S. Supreme Court upheld President Barack Obama’s landmark Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, popularly known as "Obamacare,” Thursday. In a 5-4 split decision, Chief Justice John Roberts unexpectedly cast the dissenting vote, joining the liberal flank of the court.
My first reaction to the Obamacare decision was: Well, it was a great country while it lasted. My second reaction to the Obamacare decision is to re-remember just how important elections are.