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  • Will IRS Targeting Send Someone to Jail?

    It’s time to talk tough on the IRS—after all, it’s tax season. But the sad reality is, the investigation of the agency’s targeting of conservative groups has gone nowhere. House Speaker John Boehner (R-Ohio) said this week that “Somebody at the IRS violated the law. Whether it was Lois Lerner … More

    Two Ways to Hurt Women in the Workplace

    Today is “Equal Pay Day” for those who believe that The Man is keeping women down. Convincing people that injustice is taking place is a great way to push your policy agenda—and that’s where “Equal Pay Day” comes from. It’s the left’s claim that women in America are paid only … More

    All Those Obamacare Stories You Told Us Were Untrue

    “There’s plenty of horror stories being told. All of them are untrue.” – Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid (D-Nev.) “Many of the tall tales that have been told about this law have been debunked.” – President Barack Obama Last week was “victory lap” week for liberals on Obamacare. After years … More

    Just How Proud Are Lawmakers Who Voted for Obamacare?

    Liberals have been in defend-Obamacare mode for quite some time—and as the midterm election approaches, the questions may get a little tougher. For example, would you vote for Obamacare again? Senator Mark Pryor (D.-Ark.) said last week that he would. (See video above.) The reporter interviewing Pryor noted the millions of … More

    Q&A on Ukraine: After Losing Crimea to Russia, What Next?

    Russia essentially took over part of Ukraine and still reportedly has troops along the country’s border. We asked Heritage’s Margaret Thatcher Fellow, Luke Coffey, what the situation is like and what the U.S. should be doing. The Foundry: So Crimea voted to leave Ukraine and become part of Russia again. … More

    Q&A on Supreme Court's New Campaign Finance Decision

    The Supreme Court ruled yesterday that it is unconstitutional to limit the total amount of money someone can give to political candidates. The limit remains on the amount you can give to each individual candidate ($2,600 per election), but now, you can give to an unlimited number of candidates. We … More

    Unions Getting Creative in Election-Year Struggle

    If it seems like unions are making a fuss lately, it’s because they are. It’s an election year, and they need money. Just one in 15 private-sector workers is a union member—in 2013, union membership was at its lowest rate since 1916. That might explain why they’re grasping for new … More

    9 Crazy Ways the Left Tried to Make Obamacare Cool

    Did you sign up for Obamacare? If not, it wasn’t because it was uncool, right? The administration and its partner advocacy groups focused their marketing efforts heavily on young people — though because the law allows kids to stay on their parents’ insurance plans until age 26, it shifts the … More

    The Joke's on Us

    It really writes itself: Obamacare as the ultimate April Fools’ Day punchline. Which of these is your favorite? Share them with your friends. Tweet this Tweet this Tweet this Tweet this Tweet this You can’t make this stuff up. On the health law’s pseudo-deadline day, following a huge push for … More

    Obamacare 'Glitch' on Deadline Day

    If you rushed to HealthCare.gov this morning, you might have found the site unavailable or been placed in a queue, reports said. “An administration spokesman told the AP the website is usually offline for maintenance overnight, and was brought down for four extra hours by a technical glitch,” NBC reported. … More