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  • Explosive Report: How Obamacare Will Drive People Out of the Workforce

    Obamacare moves people further away from jobs and shifts their health care costs to taxpayers. Good news or bad? The White House took up defensive measures yesterday after the nonpartisan Congressional Budget Office released a new estimate: Obamacare will cause the equivalent of 2.3 million people to stop working. “Double … More

    Would Singing Animals Get You to Sign Up for Obamacare?

    Obamacare advocates have turned to dogs, cats, birds, hamsters—and yes, even a turtle. The new Enroll America ad campaign that starts today relies on pets singing their love for you. >>> Check Out: Watch the Moment Small Business Employees Discover They Can’t Afford Obamacare “The thing about animals is that … More

    "I Don't Know How President Obama Thinks That He's Helping Us"

    On Super Bowl Sunday, Bill O’Reilly asked President Obama what many Americans are probably wondering. “Was it the biggest mistake of your presidency to tell the nation over and over, ‘If you like your insurance, you can keep your insurance’?” >>> Check Out: How Some Senate Farm Bill Provisions Help … More

    Two Mistakes This Video Makes About the Minimum Wage

    President Obama urged Congress to raise the minimum wage in his State of the Union address. His campaign group, Organizing for Action, has a video out with the same message—and it makes two big (but common) mistakes about the minimum wage. >>> See our infographic, “Should We Raise the Minimum … More

    C'mon, Obama, Join the Energy Boom

    An energy project that would be good for the U.S economy, can be built without taxpayer help, and would have little to no environmental impact? That’s the Keystone pipeline President Obama keeps blocking. A new environmental impact statement released Friday said again that the Keystone XL pipeline is safe. >>> … More

    Immigration Plan: Trust Obama?

    House Republicans say they are ready to move forward with an immigration reform plan—and it sounds remarkably like amnesty for illegal immigrants. While avoiding key phrases like “path to citizenship,” the ideas put forth by congressional leaders this week would give legal status to people who are here illegally. It … More

    What Congress Did While You Were Talking About the State of the Union

    Congress is very fond of two things: throwing a bunch of stuff into one bill and rushing bills through while Americans are focused on other news. While people were talking about the State of the Union, they’ve done it again with the $1 trillion farm bill. The “farm bill” passed … More

    The President Won't Be Needing You

    President Obama says this is a “year of action”—and last night he made it very clear whose action he was talking about. After noting recently that he has a pen and a phone and can use those to make changes without the help of Congress, Obama charged forward with promises … More

    7 Things It's Not Too Late For

    Presidents offer pie-in-the-sky visions in their State of the Union addresses. But if President Obama—and Congress—were willing to “roll up their sleeves” (another common State of the Union phrase) and work on some tangible good for Americans, Heritage experts have a few ideas. The President is calling this his “year … More

    The Same Lawmakers Who Back Minimum Wage Hike Don’t Pay Their Interns

    Wage hikes for thee, but not for me—that appears to be the stance of a lot of Members of Congress. President Obama is reportedly preparing to tout a minimum wage increase for the second State of the Union in a row, and liberal leaders in Congress have been pushing for … More