As long as health care remains a commodity, the right will use cynical arguments to discredit public health measures.
It’s time the U.S. had a health care system that operates as a public good, free from the demands of profit-making.
Amid a resurging pandemic, Democrats are reneging on their promise and refusing to go all out for Medicare for All.
Democratic Majority for Israel has spent hundreds of thousands on anti-Turner attack ads and misleading mailers.
The common strategic thread for success is building a strong, popular social movement demanding health care for all.
It’s time to expand Medicare to full coverage for all people in this country.
The lack of dental, vision and hearing coverage in Medicare is a “gaping hole” that is a “serious problem, Schumer said.
U.S. health care is a multibillion-dollar for-profit industry devoted to parasitically extracting money from us.
Progressives in the U.S. have responded with calls for Medicare for All.
Last year, the former state lawmaker lost narrowly to centrist Amy McGrath in Democrats’ bid against Mitch McConnell.