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    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)


    November 13, 2013

    Obama's Judges: Par for the Courts?

    At a private event last Wednesday, President Obama bragged that he was "remaking the courts." And if his nomination of controversial professor Cornelia Pillard had succeeded, he would have taken a major step toward that goal. Despite her nauseating statements on everything from abstinence to motherhood, the President insisted on nominating Pillard ... (more)


    November 12, 2013

    Ask and You Shall Deceive

    No one is quite sure how the White House will measure ObamaCare's success -- but then, there hasn't been that much to measure. Yesterday, an administration official spilled the beans about the President's plans for counting enrollees, and the methodology is creative to say the least. Under the new math of Health and Human Services, people who have ... (more)


    November 11, 2013

    Serving Who Served Us

    Every night of every day, Americans sleep in peace because of men and women they've never met -- and some they'll never have the chance to. Even today, with the "war on terror" winding down in the news, there are still flag-draped caskets returning to Dover Air Force Base. There are still fresh graves watered by families' tears at Arlington and ... (more)


    November 08, 2013

    Atone Deaf: President's Apology Lacks Action

    Barack Obama spent the first couple years of his presidency apologizing to other countries for America's past "wrongs." Yesterday, his apology tour finally made a stop at home. Boxed in by his tanking approval ratings, late-night beatings, and a Country Music Awards spoof that everyone's still talking about, the President offered a belated "sorry" ... (more)


    November 07, 2013

    No Pain Gets Gain

    Politico's headline for today's pro-life pain debate is "Abortion Fight Returns to the Hill." But when did it ever leave? The two sides have been duking it out in for months as part of ObamaCare, budget funding, judicial nominees, even the Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities. The problem isn't that abortion is back -- the problem ... (more)


    November 06, 2013

    How the GOP Blue It in Virginia

    "You know what makes a good loser?" Ernest Hemingway once wrote. "Practice." And if you know anything about Virginia's gubernatorial race, then you understand that the real loser wasn't conservative Ken Cuccinelli. It was the Republican Party. Late last night, politicos clacked away at their computers, performing their own postmortems on a race ... (more)


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