Donald Trump suggested that the Affordable Care Act (ACA or Obamacare) was a clever ruse by our first Black president and his Democratic friends to have a successful health-care system in place for his own presidency, but one that was set up to fail in the first year of the next president's term.
For now, at least, Speaker of the House Paul Ryan and President Donald Trump are on the same page when it comes to passing the Republicans' god-awful tax-cut-for-the-rich disguised as a healthcare plan.
But the peace treaty between the Speaker and the President won't last forever - especially if the Breitbart bubble keeps on growing.
The Congressional Budget Office has finally come out with its big analysis of the Republican Party's plan to replace Obamacare, and surprise, surprise, a lot people are going to lose their health insurance if this thing becomes the law - 24 million of them in fact.
Right-Wing Billionaires Have a Project to Rewrite Our Constitution, and They Are Shockingly Close to Pulling It Off
Imagine if the U.S. Constitution barred the EPA and Department of Education from existing. All union protections are dead, there are no more federal workplace safety standards, and even child-labor laws are struck down, along with a national minimum wage.
Scott Pruitt is turning the EPA into a propaganda arm of the fossil fuel industry.
He's already staffed the agency with climate change deniers - and now he's started repeating Big Oil's lies live on television.
Earlier this week Donald Trump sent out a tweet blasting former President Obama for releasing from Guantanamo Bay 122 detainees who've since returned to combat.
Donald Trump’s new Muslim ban has finally arrived.
The President issued his latest attempt to stop immigration from six majority-Muslim nations to the United States Monday, one month after the original version was blocked by a federal court.
The ban goes into effect on March 16.
If the Republican Party ever had any sense of shame, those days vanished a long, long time ago.
According to a report out last week in the Indy Star, Vice President Mike Pence used - you guessed it - a private email account when he was governor of Indiana.