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    November 01, 2013

    It's the ENDA the World as We Know It...

    Life hasn't exactly been rosy for the business community under this administration. First, the President's policies kept the economy in the tank. Then he strangled the financial and energy sectors by passing a health care law that's trampling employers' freedom and crushing their bottom lines. Now, as if those burdens weren't enough, the ... (more)

    October 31, 2013

    Crock of Ages: Sebelius Plays Ignorant on Abortion Funds

    If the White House told insurance execs to "keep quiet" about ObamaCare, they certainly listened when it came to abortion coverage. Yesterday, even the boss of the entire system, Secretary Kathleen Sebelius, managed a surprised expression when Congressman John Shimkus (R-Ill.) asked her why the agency was hiding coverage details from pro-lifers. ... (more)

    October 29, 2013

    Revenge is Tweet, Say Pro-lifers

    People may be losing their coverage under ObamaCare, but abortion certainly isn't. For more than two million Americans, a routine trip to the mailbox is turning into a health care nightmare, as cancellation notices flood homes that took President Obama at his word that they could keep their health care plans. For as many as 16 million people, ... (more)

    October 28, 2013

    ObamaCare: Better Never Than Late

    Americans have heard a lot of excuses about why the ObamaCare website doesn't work, but Secretary Sebelius's latest takes the cake. In her desperation, the HHS chief tried to turn the tables on Republicans, suggesting that the "political atmosphere" was somehow to blame for the website's faulty infrastructure. "Frankly," she said during a stopover ... (more)

    October 25, 2013

    Sebelius: In the Line of Fire

    If there's one thing Americans have learned, it's that the ObamaCare rollout wasn't a technological hiccup, bug, or snafu. It wasn't a "glitch," any more than the Titanic was a glitch. This was a system-wide meltdown -- taking the federal government's reputation for incompetence to new heights. When Fox News polled voters this week, 60% said ... (more)

    October 24, 2013

    There's No Such Thing as a Free Launch

    Elections are funny things. Nothing does more to improve Congress's hearing and stiffen members' spines than a routine trip to the ballot box. Like democracy's miracle cure, incumbents recover from their autonomy and start paying attention to their employer: voters. Next year's midterm elections are already having that effect on Democrats, who ... (more)

    October 23, 2013

    ObamaCare: Jest What the Doctor Ordered

    If laughter is the best medicine, then ObamaCare's delivering plenty! Everyday Americans may not be benefiting from the new system, but it's certainly been God's gift to late-night comedians. For the past few days, writers have been eating up the government's incompetence, taking rare shots at an administration that, until recently, had been ... (more)

    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)

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