Follow the Law
Vladimir Lenin is said to have observed, “the worse, the better,” meaning the worse things got for Russians the better it was for the communists. Lately, the left has taken to calling conservatives “Leninists” for our refusal to fix Obamacare. The implicit acknowledgement here is that Obamacare is going to make things worse, despite their claims to the contrary. No conservative wants things to get | Read More »
The Supreme Court- Week of October 22nd
The Supreme Court is currently quiet as concerns oral arguments and will next hear cases beginning on November 4th. That is not to say that its members have dispersed to parts unknown. Next week, they will reconvene on Friday November 1st during their weekly conference to consider more cases. The Court has room for about 20 more cases. They have heard oral argument in 11 | Read More »
Stopping the Amnesty Train in its Tracks
Over the past few years, Republicans have emphatically declared that they are unable to block a bad law, Obamacare, from going into effect as long as Obama is in the White House. Yet, amazingly, some of them think they can pass new meritorious legislation that would be politically advantageous to Republicans. That’s why we hear the endless talk of tax reform and fixes to the | Read More »
Why Ted Cruz and Mike Lee are responsible for Obamacare roll out failure.
Follow me on this one. Yes, I fully supported them in their bid to defund or delay Obamacare. I truly believe that it is the most destructive force to ever be unleashed upon the American workforce and the economy as a whole. But look at it this way. Contrary to what Obama and HHS want to admit, they knew that the webpage was going to | Read More »
Cuccinelli: Unions Will Expect Payback from McAuliffe Administration
On today’s edition of Coffee and Markets, Brad Jackson and Ben Domenech are joined by Virginia Attorney General Ken Cuccinelli to discuss his race for Governor, what a Democrat controlled Virginia might look like and the need for an Obamacare delay.
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A Case Study: Yep, Congress Has Repealed A Bad Healthcare Law Before Now…Almost.
They say history repeats itself. Maybe events do but not always the outcome. Case in point. Congress passed a Medicare Catastrophic Coverage Act in 1988 but quickly realized it wouldn’t work. Seniors rose up in indignation and disgust over the costs and Congress retreated in response to The People. It Sounds remarkably similar to the high risk pool in O’care called the CLASS Act that was promptly | Read More »
Rift between Dick Durbin and… White House? [UPDATE: Durbin calls Barack Obama a liar.]
They’re starting to crack under the strain, guys. Allegation: A top Senate Democrat said that a leading House Republican told President Obama that they could not ‘even stand to look at you’ during negotiations over the government shutdown. Sen. Dick Durbin (D-Ill.) said in a Facebook post that the alleged confrontation happened during a meeting between Republicans and the president. Denial: Spokesmen for both Speaker | Read More »
Choice and competition on the ObamaCare reservation
I’ve always believed a key insight to public thinking about health-care reform is that they don’t want to think of it like any other free-market product, including the examples we might hold up as competitive success stories. People don’t go bargain-hunting for health care with quite the same gusto that they’ll bring to the quest for a new car, or even a new pair of shoes. The | Read More »
Can We at Least End Fourth-Party Payer in Healthcare?
Like every other major federal intervention into the private economy, Obamacare was foisted upon us under the guise of solving a crisis. In this case, they proposed a complete government takeover of healthcare for all Americans – all for the supposed goal of covering those who are uninsured. Never mind that even after Obamacare is implemented and destroys the market for those who are already | Read More »
The “Consider This!” Podcast, Episode 56: Debt Limit Flip-Flops, and the ObamaCare Math
The latest episode of the “Consider This!” podcast is out. Conservative commentary in 10 minutes or less. I had a nice conversation with a Twitter follower on the flipping and flopping may Democrats have done on the whole debt limit issue. They were very much against raising it until one of their guys is sitting in the White House. What a difference an administration makes! I was | Read More »
Obamacare’s Impact: New Website Tracks and Publishes Health Insurance Premium Increases Submitted From People Across the Country
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Obamacare’s Impact: New Website Tracks and Publishes Health Insurance Premium Increases From People Across the Country Cypress, CA October 23, 2013 A new website addresses the increasingly prevalent issue of premium increases due to The Affordable Care Act. SkyrocketingPremiums.Com utilizes actual cases sent in from those impacted by Obamacare. Site visitors are encouraged to submit their personal premium increase stories, in addition | Read More »
Dear ObamaCare, Meet ICantEnroll.com
ObamaCare has fallen and it can’t get up.
First the website crashed on day 1. Then, for the few people who could enroll, much of their information was mangled and incorrectly communicated to insurance companies. The ObamaCare rollout has been a complete failure.
So we are introducing a website that does work: ICantEnroll.com.
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White House doing emergency meeting with insurance industry. …Deniably. #obamacare
Gee, this doesn’t sound ominous for Obamacare boosters. No, not at all: “The White House is meeting with CEOs of health plans on Wednesday, according to two insurance industry sources.” I got a reaction to this from a (non-insurance company) CEO who, for reasons which will become abundantly clear as soon as you read it, prefers to stay anonymous. You can guess whose code name | Read More »
#Obamacare chat line personnel starting to seriously lose it.
I know that this video from the GOP on the Obamacare exchange’s help chat SOUNDS like an exaggeration… …but it’s actually not.
Dem. Rep: ‘The Tea Party Is No More Popular Than The Klan’
Rep. Alan Grayson, an unabashedly progressive politician from Florida, just can help himself in advertising his incorrigibility. Apparently, anyone who is a member of the Tea Party is also affiliated with the Ku Klux Klan. Is this an abject lie? Yes. Then again, Grayson called a woman a “K Street Whore,” and said Republicans want Americans to “die quickly.” So, should we be surprised that | Read More »
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