Summary by The Market Institute of Heritage Foundation Issue Brief #4145 The Heritage Foundation recently released Issue Brief #4145 regarding a couple of myths surrounding the Affordable Care Act and the way it is impacting insurance policies. Advocates of the law maintain the protections included in the legislation are necessary to better protect consumers in […]
A new chart circulating the internet shows that the “winners” of Obamacare will be outweighed by the “losers.” Also, there is a good chance that the Affordable Care Act will not reduce the net number of the uninsured by one person (Forbes).
It’s been a horrible year for individual liberty. First, John Roberts re-writes the Obamacare legislation in order to side with the four liberals on the U.S. Supreme Court to uphold the constitutionality of the individual mandate. Then Mitt Romney, a moderate technocrat, failed to make the case to change course with the electorate, in my view largely because he was unable to effectively challenge Obamacare.
The Supreme Court of the United States today granted certiorari to the challenge to ObamaCare by 26 states. AAPS was the only physicians' group to file an amicus brief before the Supreme Court asking them to grant the Florida v. HHS petition for writ. (Click here to read about the AAPS brief filed last month.) […]
ObamaCare Lawsuit – AAPS v Sebelius On March 26th, 2010 AAPS filed suit to invalidate the new massive health care bill. The Glenn Beck Show Covers AAPS Lawsuit The Association of American Physicians & Surgeons (“AAPS”) fought Hillary Care in the early 1990’s and won! On March 26th, 2010 AAPS filed suit to invalidate the […]
Below is template letter to give to your patients. CLICK HERE to download Word Document version. List of Democrats who voted for ObamaCare and their opponents (from Docs4PatientCare) Other ways AAPS Physicians are supporting candidates opposed to ObamaCare Doctor’s Letterhead To My Patients: This election may determine whether America will recover—or lose its freedom and prosperity, perhaps forever. […]