The budget deal patched together this week is a bad deal for at least three reasons, Reich writes. America would do better with another temporary spending resolution than with Congress's budget deal.
Republicans are determined to repeal or amend the Affordable Care Act. However, the tempest is diverting attention from three larger and more important truths surrounding the healthcare system, Reich explains.
The Obamacare website won't likely be fixed by the end of November as President Obama promised, according a new report. If true, the consequences might be more political than practical.
In a week filled with debates around Obamacare and government shutdowns, Hamm encourages Americans to take pride in the fact that we live in a community and a nation that provides supportive programs such as food stamps and Social Security for people who want to survive and thrive.