Tag: Bernie Sanders

Virgil: The Big Question for Open Borders Bernie Sanders’ ‘Medicare for All’ Plan Is What if ‘All’ Includes the Whole World?

According to a 2012 estimate by Gallup, 13 percent of the world’s adult population—640 million people—would move to the U.S. if they could. And of course, under the doctrine of chain-migration, that number of immigrants could easily quadruple in a few years’ time. In other words, with a Bernie Sanders-style president spending more money on healthcare while not defending the border, you could take the $10,000 in per-capita health spending tab and multiply it by another billion or two people.

Hillary: Bernie Did Not Give Me the ‘Respect’ I Deserved

Wednesday on ABC’s “The View,” former Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton insisted her Democratic primary opponent Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT) did not give her the “respect” she deserved during the campaign. Clinton said, “I know what it’s like to lose. I

Jane Sanders Cries Sexism Over Allegations of Bank Fraud

Jane Sanders, the wife of Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT), has gone on the attack in the face of accusations that she committed bank fraud when she was the head of a small Vermont college — blasting the accusations as an example of “sexism.”

Ann Coulter: The Left Has One More Argument: Kill Them!

After a Bernie Sanders supporter tried to commit mass murder last week – the second homicidal Bernie supporter so far this year — the media blamed President Trump for lowering the bar on heated political rhetoric by calling his campaign opponents cruel names like “Crooked Hillary” and “Lyin’ Ted.”


Sanders: My Republican Colleagues Are ‘Cowardly’

While discussing the Republican health care plan at a live Facebook event, Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT) said Senate Republicans were “cowardly.” Sanders said, “Our Republican colleagues are so cowardly, are so frightful that the American people will learn what’s in

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WaPo Admits Single-Payer Health Care Would be ‘Astonishingly’ Expensive

The Washington Post dealt a blow to a liberal pipe dream Sunday when the outlet’s editorial board highlighted the problems with single-payer health care — arguing that it would be “astonishingly” expensive unless doctors are paid less and Americans are prepared to “accept different standards of access and comfort.”