That wildly popular online New York Times dialect quiz illustrates, among other things, how rooted our word choices are in the environment we live in.
Senate majority leader Harry Reid’s assertion Wednesday that all the stories about Americans who fared poorly under the Affordable Care Act are false, is wrong on its face.
The Health and Human Services Department is using the Doge Internet meme to promote Obamacare among younger people. But the early Twitter consensus has not been enthusiastic.
Entrenched myths and misinformation have made it nearly impossible to have needed fact-based conversations about the Affordable Care Act. Yet it is fact-based, constructive debate that has the potential to make the law better.