If Obamacare Is Overturned, Can Democrats Recover?

The last several days of Supreme Court arguments over health care have produced a kind of vertigo among legal analysts who are not associated with the conservative movement. The case against the Affordable Care Act

The best reason to rule Obamacare constitutional–the one that makes the answer seem obvious–is a matter of common sense. But that's a case counsel isn't allowed to make. The common-sense case goes like this. Contrary to what Justice Kennedy said this

By Jim Powell During Supreme Court presentations about what kind of precedent the Obamacare mandate might set, if it's upheld, there was some banter to the effect that maybe we might all be forced to eat broccoli. Some observers might have come away

At the New York Post, John Podhoretz notes liberal shock that the Supreme Court arguments on Obamacare do not point to an obvious progressive triumph: Jeffrey Toobin of the New Yorker and CNN confidently asserted on

Health care costs as a percent of GDP for OECD countries vs year (along with US presidencies). Health care costs increase dramatically during republican administrations at least since Nixon. (Photo credit: Wikipedia) No businessperson thinks the way to