The Hidden Costs of Obamacare

The Hidden Costs of Obamacare

Obamacare is a tax that is costly to businesses and individuals in a lot of obvious ways. Many of those, though – the penalties, the fees, the increased costs of ...

Chris McDaniel’s Compelling Conservatism

**Promoted from the diaries – Aaron**   Growing up in Chris McDaniel’s home county of Jones, I personally know many of the ordinary people, my family included, that voted him into his state senate seat, and then spent countless hours volunteering for his US Senate campaign. They see McDaniel as a fighter on their behalf, someone who will not bow to political convention, and someone who stands for fiscal sanity | Read More »

The war on religious faith continues

There probably hasn’t been a Supreme Court decision since Bush v. Gore, and definitely since Citizens United, that has been as maligned and mischaracterized as the Hobby Lobby case. Those opposing the decision are crying Armageddon! as though the proverbial gerbil of Religious Freedom was seeking a source light in the alimentary canal of the secular left. In the immediate aftermath of Hobby Lobby, the | Read More »

Matt Lewis on the Mess in Mississippi

On today’s edition of Coffee and Markets, Brad Jackson is joined by Matt Lewis to discuss the messy GOP primary battle in Mississippi, how changes at the RNC may impact the selection of a 2016 nominee and if the Democrats need to look beyond a Clinton as their pick for President.

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President Obama Refuses to Treat the Border Crisis Seriously

Right now, a legal and humanitarian crisis is unfolding on our Southern border. And our President simply cannot bring himself to take the problem seriously. By all accounts, tens of thousands of refugees have spilled across the border, many of whom are unaccompanied minors or single parents. A large plurality of the accumulated mass are not illegal immigrants seeking to come here for work, but | Read More »

Gun Control Will Never Stop Barbarism

During the 48-hour period of May 30-June 1, there were 16 incidents of gunfire and 19 people hit by bullets. Only 2 suspected shooters were arrested. Overall, roughly 25% to 30% of nonfatal shootings result in an arrest, compared with arrests in about 80% of homicides, according to an NYPD spokesman.(HT: New York Daily News) “It’s Groundhog Day here in Chicago” is how Police Superintendent | Read More »

The Christian Thing to Do

“He executes justice for the fatherless and the widow, and loves the sojourner, giving him food and clothing.” Deuteronomy 10:18 (ESV) “I do not think we should let these people stay here. But I think while here we should, in private charity, show mercy and give comfort where we can.” Christians are used to hearing people say “it’s the Christian thing to do.” Most often, | Read More »

Let’s Not Impeach Obama

“So Sue Me!” Taunts His Most Grandiloquent Emperor of The Sand-Trap. If Barack Obama can’t do anything intelligent to better the American Nation’s commonweal, then perhaps John Boehner can distract attention away from the emperor’s sartorial elegance. I have high hopes that John Boehner’s lawsuit threats are ultimately rhetorical. He was smart enough not to fall into the trap of impeaching. That would be Sarah | Read More »

America, This Is What an Obama Administration IRS Cover-Up Looks Like

Less than two week after learning of the IG’s report alleging that the IRS targeted conservatives and one month before she “apologized,” Lois Lerner was covering her tracks at the IRS.

“Congress has asked for emails … so we need to be cautious about what we say in emails.”

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Barack Obama is messing up by the numbers when it comes to the border crisis.

The White House is making a very bad mistake when it comes to their attitude towards the border, as witnessed by this interview snippet featuring DEMOCRATIC Rep. Henry Cuellar of Texas. Background is, somebody from the White House called to complain to Cuellar about his call for the White House to do more about the current border crisis. “Who called you?” [Fox & Friends] host | Read More »