Many Obamacare Premium Holders Must Switch Plans or Pay Substantially More in 2015

We’ve been hearing about increased premium costs for people who enrolled in Obamacare through Affordable Care Act’s insurance exchanges. Many of the early reports were driven by assumptions of various events taking place. Now we are starting to see analytical evidence to back up the earlier claims. Avalere Health researchers investigated the premium rates in 9 states and found that in many cases the policyholders will be faced with changing plans at the upcoming open enrollment or face significant Read more […]

Boehner’s Healthcare Premiums Double Thanks to Obamacare

It’s about time we start hearing just how much healthcare insurance is costing our politicians in Washington and it seems that at least one of them is experiencing the same sticker shock that many other Americans are experiencing. Brendan Buck is the spokesman for House Speaker John Boehner (R-OH).  According to Buck, Boehner was paying $433 a month with a $700 deductible for his family healthcare insurance through the Federal Employees Health Benefits program.  After some effort, Boehner Read more […]

Affordable Care Act Allowing IRS to Collect Billions from Health Insurers

Every time I see another report telling us how much more the Affordable Care Act is going to cost the American people, I keep hearing the words of Rep. Nancy Pelosi telling the American people on Meet the Press last July: “…everybody will have lower rates, better quality care and better access.” It’s coverage that’s going down and costs going up, just as opponents predicted. In the latest cost surge of Obamacare, the IRS announced last week that they will begin to collect $8 billion in Read more […]

Cost of Obamacare: Walmart Employees Healthcare Costs Skyrocket

Every day since the election, it seems as though there is a new story about the effects of Obama’s policies on Americans. Today, yet another new story came out detailing the destructive consequences of Obamacare and Obama’s socialist policies. First, it was Applebee’s and Papa John’s, then it was small business layoffs, now it’s food stamps and Walmart employee healthcare costs. According to cnbc.com: “Wal-Mart Stores’ U.S. employees will pay between 8 percent and 36 percent more in premiums Read more […]