On January 31st of this year, CNN hosted a Town Hall with Democratic Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-CA). During the event, NYU-student Trevor Hill shifted from his prescreened question to a more substantive one.
As Americans, we love our history, and in that sense, President Trump is no different. Oftentimes, however, his passion for America’s past makes it difficult for him to convey his vision for an American future.
In the December 5, 2016 issue of The Atlantic, journalist Emma Green wondered “Are Jews White?” This is a question that seems to be quite simple – very few people in the United States in 2017 would consider Jews to be members of a minority group, at least not anymore.
As the death of Obamacare looms like a grim reaper over so many of us with preexisting conditions, lower incomes, or non-traditional forms of employment (Uber, anyone?), it seems worthwhile to examine some the primary obstacles to public acceptance of the Affordable Care Act (ACA/Obamacare).