David Gratzer

Posted July 15, 2010

Posted March 20, 2010

Credit where credit is due: the latest White House argument for health reform is compelling. The administration has figured out how to sell a massive expansion of government as “fiscally conservative.”

Posted February 25, 2010

On Monday President Obama suggested that rising insurance premiums are a problem and that bipartisan ideas are welcome. And then he touted the latest “new” idea: tough federal powers to review and reject insurance premium increases.

Posted February 03, 2010

After Massachusetts decidedly elected Scott Brown, there is a temptation for Republicans to hear the message they want to hear, rather than the message that Bay State voters actually sent.

Posted November 13, 2009

The basic problem with ObamaCare – the core problem – is buried deep in the 1,994 page bill passed by the House of Representatives.

Posted August 20, 2009

President Obama’s point person on health care isn’t his point person on health care after all. These days, wherever you’d expect to see Kathleen Sebelius – the respected former Governor of Kansas and newly appointed Health and Human Services Secretary – you’ll probably see the forty-year old Peter Orszag instead.