FreedomWorks Originals provides you entertainment and education to help you better understand economics, the workings of government, and our insight into the most important debates facing our nation today. Watch and subscribe today!
Supporters of U.S. Rep. Mark Meadows took to Grove Street in downtown Hendersonville in force Thursday afternoon to show solidarity with the conservative congressman they say is doing a great job in a tough political environment.
The recent passage of the American Health Care Act through the House of Representatives, though contentious, proves one point definitively: this government is fully capable of making progress when it puts its mind to it.
As a newly unified government has begun tackling a range of health care, tax, and regulatory reforms, Conservatives are continuing to champion another area in need of legislative updates for the twenty-first century: criminal justice reform.
All grassroots conservatives agree that Obamacare is a disaster. Health insurance premiums increased by 25 percent for 2017. One-third of counties in the United States are only one health insurance company exit away from not having any access to private health insurance coverage on the Obamacare exchanges.
Just last week, House Republicans released an Obamacare replacement plan. They are touting the legislation as "comprehensive healthcare reform." But that label is a misnomer. The plan is not comprehensive, and it's not even healthcare reform.