After a lost decade that ended with the Great Recession of 2007-2009, America is coming back.
The comeback is being built on a new foundation of middle-class policies passed by Democrats during President Obama's first term, including a Recovery Act for Main Street (a.k.a. "the Stimulus"), a reform of Wall Street, a revival of the American auto industry, and tax rates that ask the wealthy to pay a little more.
The centerpiece of the Democrats' comeback agenda was the Affordable Care Act, also known as Obamacare.
Since Obamacare was passed in early 2010, nearly ten million jobs have been created in the private sector, the deficit has been cut by two-thirds, the life of the Medicare trust fund has been extended by 13 years, and the uninsurance rate among young adults has been falling fast.
This site is dedicated to charting the progress of America's Comeback Decade -- the Obamacare Decade.