Daniel Hausman (Wisconsin): Motives and Markets in Health Care. Amitabh Chandra and Jonathan Holmes (Harvard) and Jonathan S. Skinner (Dartmouth): Is this Time Different? The Slowdown in Healthcare Spending. Katie Keith, Kevin W. Lucia, and Christine Monahan (Georgetown): Nondiscrimination Under the Affordable Care Act. From RAND Review, a special section on ramifications of health reform: Seven areas where the Affordable Care Act will alter the health insurance landscape. Can Obamacare handle last-minute enrollments? The good news is, they're preparing now. Eric Patashnik and Julian Zelizer on five myths about the future of Obamacare. Scott Lemieux on the Affordable Care Act v. the Heritage Plan: A comparison in chart form. From TNR, Republicans are right: Obamacare is redistribution — but here's how it really works; and the Obamacare flaw that worries me the most: Jonathan Cohn on one real problem with Obamacare. Jonathan Chait on how conservative health-care policies do not exist in any real form — call it the “Heritage Uncertainty Principle”. Grover Norquist and Patrick Gleason on the Republican answer to Obamacare. North Carolina legislator Bob Rucho believes Obamacare is worse than terrorists, Stalin, Hitler combined. Obamacare is Obama's Katrina, Iraq, Vietnam, apartheid, and Civil War combined: Ryan Kearney on a comprehensive list of every historical analogy made to Obamacare. When even as fanatical an ideological cadre as Ted Cruz’s speechwriter blurts her desperation to join Obamacare, it suggests that conservatives have deeply miscalculated.