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    December 02, 2013

    Under ObamaCare, Misery Loves Companies

    Before Cyber Monday, it was Cyber Saturday for HealthCare.gov, as the President's deadline for fixing the website came and went without most of the improvements he promised. Of the "hundreds of problems" Secretary Kathleen Sebelius admitted to, many remain. According to insiders, a full 10% of the portal is still completely dysfunctional or worse, ... (more)

    November 26, 2013

    Our American Thanksgiving: A Gracious Gift

    By FRC Senior Fellow Bob Morrison The first thing we can thank God for this Thanksgiving is that we Americans still have Thanksgiving. This holiday, so bound up with our history and our traditions, is in danger. Most department stores have long since put up their Christmas - correction -- holiday decorations and filled the air with "Yuletide" ... (more)

    November 25, 2013

    Keep Calm and Kerry On?

    The Senate may not be the only ones going nuclear under the Obama administration. This weekend, the White House rounded out its embarrassments at home with a dangerous one abroad by plowing ahead on a six-month pact whose only cheerleader is the country it aimed to subdue: Iran. Against the advice of trusted Middle East allies, Congress, and even ... (more)

    November 22, 2013

    An UNconventional Approach to Abortion, Parents' Rights

    Judging by the ObamaCare mess, Congress has enough to worry about without adding U.S. sovereignty to the mix. But in the Senate, where inefficiency is an art form, Majority Leader Harry Reid (D-Nev.) is choosing to waste more of the chamber's time on an international treaty that could be one of the greatest threats to parents' rights that no one ... (more)

    November 21, 2013

    Dems Nuke Rules, Say Bomb Voyage to Bipartisanship

    Until yesterday, the biggest nuclear debate was over Iran. That all changed last night, when Senator Harry Reid (D-Nev.) put his finger on a nuclear option of his own -- this time over judicial confirmations and administration appointments. Like most liberals, Sen. Reid is still seething that Republicans shot down three radical nominees to the ... (more)

    November 20, 2013

    ObamaCare Website: Under Knew Management

    If House Democrats are sharpening their knives, it's not for turkey-carving. After spending three years of political capital on ObamaCare, the President is returning the favor by leaving his liberal flock to fend for themselves. "Here we are, we're supposed to be selling this to people, and it's all screwed up," one House office told The Hill. ... (more)

    November 19, 2013

    Tough Sledding for Holiday Health Care Push

    What's the difference between Christmas and ObamaCare? Christmas involved wise men. And after the last month and a half, most Americans are pretty certain that the health care rollout did not. Still, the President is convinced that the holiday season is the perfect time to spread peace, goodwill, and socialized medicine to all. As part of his ... (more)

    November 18, 2013

    This Christmas, a Clear and Presents Danger

    If you think the malls are busy at Christmas, you should see the atheists! From mangers to tree lightings, America's grinches seem to be on every corner, ready to police the meaning right out of the holiday season. This year, the American Humanist Association (AHA) got an early start on its bah-humbugging by harassing schools that participate in ... (more)

    November 15, 2013

    Health Coverage or Political Coverage?

    It is becoming evident that the President's mea culpa press conference was less about insuring the continuance of health care coverage for the hundreds of thousands of families losing their healthcare because of ObamaCare, than it was providing political cover to the Democrats who voted for ObamaCare. The President's "administrative fix" not ... (more)

    November 14, 2013

    From Obama, No Assurance on Insurance

    People say there is safety in numbers -- but they couldn't have meant the ObamaCare enrollment count. Yesterday, the President's reputation took another tumble when the administration finally pulled back the curtain on the law's miserable debut and admitted how few Americans had signed up for the law's coverage. Let's put it this way, said Rep. ... (more)

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