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    October 22, 2013

    Hobby Lobbyists: Company Pitches Mandate Fight to Supremes

    You know the ObamaCare rollout is bad when Consumer Reports, the holy grail of product reviews, warns people "to stay away from Healthcare.gov." In a blog post on the new system, the progressive company that prides itself on distinguishing the "hype from the facts" says the President's new website is a bust. Steer clear, its experts say, "until ... (more)


    October 21, 2013

    ObamaCare: Stop, Drop, Enroll

    ObamaCare may be a nightmare for the American people, but it's been a dream come true for government contractors. Teams of specialists have been trucked in to deal with a health care system that's quickly dissolving into the most expensive taxpayer-funded punch line of this administration. Desperate to fix the glitches that threaten the Democrats' ... (more)


    October 18, 2013

    Life vs. Lawlessness

    As week three of the roll out of ObamaCare ends, customers still face the log-on difficulties, glitches, privacy breaches, and lack of details that we were told would disappear shortly. More significantly, shoppers on the federally managed health care exchanges still face the challenge of how to determine whether their selected health insurance ... (more)


    October 09, 2013

    Telling Secrets on Abortion Coverage

    As Congress debates ObamaCare, one issue that almost stopped the law in 2009 -- yet still receives scant media coverage -- is the law's subsidies for abortion coverage. ObamaCare is funded through mandatory spending so as to avoid the Hyde Amendment, the provision which stops appropriated funds for the Department of Health and Human Services from ... (more)


    October 08, 2013

    Drawing Default Lines

    The United States of America will not go into default any time in the near future. That's a pretty strong statement to make, but it's true. Why? Because we have a lot of money with which to make good on our loans. As I noted in yesterday's Update, our government collects, on average, $206 billion a month. The average per-month interest on our ... (more)


    October 07, 2013

    Shutdown Preys upon Chaplains

    Service members regularly tell me that one of the biggest challenges facing them today are the restrictions on religious expression that have become widespread in the military. Just today I was speaking with a family member of a military officer who said the officer has to be very careful that none of their emails include any reference to God or ... (more)


    October 04, 2013

    Day Four: The Standoff Continues

    Recognizing that the standoff over the government's partial shutdown doesn't appear to be ending anytime soon, Congress is preparing to stay on Capitol Hill all weekend. President Obama has cancelled a planned diplomatic trip to Asia -- though whether he's willing to engage in any diplomatic give and take with Congressional leaders while in town ... (more)


    October 03, 2013

    A Shock to the System

    ObamaCare enrollment problems continue into day three of the partial government shutdown, as online error messages, delays, and other "glitches" persist. Congressman Mike Pompeo (R-Kans.) explained on the House floor how he tried to enroll online for ObamaCare himself, but after encountering web errors, finally resorted to calling the hotline. ... (more)


    October 02, 2013

    Insuring Disaster

    ObamaCare isn't connecting with voters -- and yesterday, it just plain wasn't connecting with anything! System failures, network crashes, and error messages seemed to multiply from one state exchange to the next, ruining the rollout of what was supposed to be the answer to America's health care prayers. Despite three years to work out the kinks, ... (more)


    October 01, 2013

    Open Eyes on a Shutdown Government

    For the first time in 17 years, the federal government has partially shut down. House Republicans offered the Senate three different compromises on ObamaCare, only to be rebuffed by Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid (D-Nev.) three times. After attempting to defund ObamaCare and fund the government, Republicans passed a bill Sunday morning to fund ... (more)


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