The Immorality of ObamaCare’s Medicaid Expansion
On today’s edition of Coffee and Markets, Brad Jackson is joined by Jonathan Ingram to discuss a new study FGA released entitled, “Who is on the ObamaCare Chopping Block,” the startling statistics of people on new Medicaid and why the truly needy will be targeted for cuts as state’s look reduce costs of their Medicaid expansions.
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Vox.com employs anti-Israel propagandists
Everybody’s making fun of voxster Zack Beauchamp these days, even Moe Lane pitched in (thanks Moe). The dynamic dumbasses Beauchamp and Fisher have published more lies per column-inch than anyone since Goebbels and Fritsche.
While many thinking people pass this off as simple laziness or stupidity, I suggest here’s a darker motive here. Beauchamp and Fisher are propagandists, and they hate Israel. Since February this year, Zack Beauchamp and Max Fisher have made a name for themselves on vox.com as Hamas apologists and Israel bashers. Before that, they were with the Washington Post, hardly a love den for Israel (WaPo recently published one of the most offensive animations I’ve seen online in Post-TV).
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The Media’s Attempts to Troll America on Palestine Have Failed
It is difficult to find a subject on which the Western media is more monolithic in its view than the ongoing conflict between Israel and the Palestinians. Despite the uncontroverted fact that the latest round of fighting – like virtually all the other rounds of fighting – was unquestionably started by the Palestinians, and that the Palestinians have rejected a cease fire, the media are | Read More »
The Korean Air Flight vs. The Malaysian Air Flight
President Obama spoke for 38 or so seconds yesterday after learning that a Malaysian Air flight had been shot down over Ukraine. In the process, he said in those 38 seconds that a plane falling from the sky “may be” a tragedy. Conservatives were quick to point out Ronald Reagan’s response to the Korean Air 007 flight in 1983. The shoot down was September 1, | Read More »
Barack Obama On A Shot Down Plane Vs. Ronald Reagan
People say the meanest things about Our Glorious Lead, Oops I mean President Barack Obama. They accuse him of golfing too much and caring too little. Some have even suggested that he has checked out 2 ½ years before he’s supposed to relinquish the Presidency. Today he had a chance to change all that. A Malaysian Airliner was shot down over Ukrainian airspace and it | Read More »
More on the Great Vox Gaza Bridge Pile-On.
Vox thought there was a bridge from the West Bank to Gaza. This becomes more alarming, the more you think about it.
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I encourage Senate Democrats to go to the wall to bring back IRS bonuses.
The point of all of this is to teach the IRS ‘Thou shalt not meddle in domestic politics.’
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SURPRISE! Louisiana’s Privatized Charity Hospitals Come In $52 Million Under Budget
Go figure, right? We all just KNEW that privatizing a bunch of government-run hospitals for poor people would explode the budget. Because that’s happened…never. Louisiana spent $52 million less than was budgeted for Gov. Bobby Jindal’s privatization deals for the LSU hospitals that provide care to the uninsured in the recently ended fiscal year, according to data provided by the state health department. Jindal’s health secretary, | Read More »
House border task force prepares alternative to Obama $3.7 billion boondoggle
When Barack Obama requested the Congress approve a mammoth $3.7 billion appropriation to deal with the Obama created crisis on our southern border, the House GOP was underwhelmed. The general distribution of the funds request was: And is seemed as though that the bill, as presented, was dead on arrival: Leading congressional Republicans dug in Sunday on their view that President Obama’s $3.7 billion emergency | Read More »
The Next Front in the Battle over Obamacare
**Promoted from the diaries. – Aaron** You may be seeing a concerted attempt by liberals and their media allies to convince you that Obamacare is 1) succeeding; 2) losing political impact for the midterms; and 3) being emphasized less frequently by Republicans on the campaign trail. In fact, all three of these are false. Just this week, we are seeing the latest front in the | Read More »
Malaysian Boeing 777 apparently shot down in eastern Ukraine
A Malaysian airliner carrying 295 persons has crashed in eastern Ukraine earlier today. There were no survivors. The circumstances of the crash are still unclear but the preponderance of early reports indicate that it was shot down by a surface to air missile. Via Reuters A Malaysian airliner was shot down over eastern Ukraine by militants on Thursday, killing all 295 people aboard, a Ukrainian | Read More »
The Watercooler ~ 100 Kansas Republican Cry Babies Endorse a Dem for Governor
Conservatives should take comfort in knowing that part of the underhanded tactics we are watching establishment Republicans engage in against us is a sign of how threatened they feel and how angry they are over the gains conservatives are making. While the war inside the party is hardly over, desperate attempts to maintain control are causing the establishment to panic and make reckless decisions. While | Read More »
Mark Pryor Stands Against Religious Liberty
Mark Pryor is in the fight of his political life against Tom Cotton in what has become one of the reddest states in the country, and also one of the most religious states in the country. It is no coincidence then that Pryor has been seen holding a Bible and saying the word “Jesus” more often than a revival preacher in a tent. Pryor’s first | Read More »
Louisiana Common Core Fight Coming to a Head Today
For those who have not been following the issue, Louisiana is the current ground zero in the fight over the implementation of Common Core standards. Louisiana Governor Bobby Jindal has issued an executive order suspending implementation of Common Core and suspended a contract that State Superintendent John White had entered into for the purchase of Common Core related materials and supplies. The Louisiana Board of | Read More »