Michael Dorf writes that even Republicans realize that if the government spends more and taxes less it will need to borrow more.
His vote on healthcare is costing one GOP congressman 11 points, mostly among independents.
Pig organs are the right size, but there are two problems standing in the way.
The threat of Obamacare repeal has changed attitudes towards ensuring every American has health coverage.
Insurers are refusing to cover prescribed treatments, even when patients have paid their premiums.
Nearly half of employees say they'd quit within a year if their employers stopped offering insurance.
When asked if it is a good idea to strip 23 million of their health insurance, most Americans have the good sense to say no.
Trump's policies are deliberately pushing Obamacare into the vortex.
The Republican alternative to the Obamacare fine for non-participants is Big Brother government too.
As 18 percent of the U.S. economy is absorbed by health care, we have little money for other health-promoting investments.
The president had promised "great health care at a tiny fraction of the cost."
Should the government provide the financing for all health care in the United States?
"McConnell's legislation, which would throw 22 million Americans off of health insurance, would be a disaster for the country," Sanders said.
The senators reasons for opposing the bill are varied and sometimes even in direct opposition to one another.
Americans are sicker, their lives shorter than any other advanced nation.
McConnell wants to force a health care vote by July 4 and may bring the bill to the floor regardless of whether he has the votes to pass it.
The country's economy could take a huge hit if the House version of Trumpcare passes the Senate, a study found.
In Montana and elsewhere, Trump has licensed the dark side of the American psyche.