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    Obama's Cancellation "Fix": Violating the Law for a Short-Term Public Relations Move

    President Obama has told Obamacare’s critics that the law is “settled” and “here to stay.” But today he is saying he’ll violate the law to put a Band-Aid on it for another year. That’s in addition to the one-year delay in the employer mandate and numerous other “fixes” and delays. … More

    Top 10 Reasons Why I Didn't Sign Up on HealthCare.gov

    The number of signups on HealthCare.gov has been pretty disappointing for the Obama Administration. Sure, the website has had problems, but what else could be keeping people from signing up? Could these be the… 10. There was no app for that 9. Still waiting on my free Obamaphone 8. Link … More

    Obamacare Numbers: Not Exactly a Retail Success Story

    The first Obamacare enrollment numbers are out—and unsurprisingly, they’re under-whelming. Just 26,794 people “selected” plans through HealthCare.gov since the website launched. An additional 79,391 have selected plans through a state-based exchange—but the Administration qualifies these numbers by saying that all of these people haven’t necessarily paid for a plan yet. … More

    Cruz: Obama Picks and Chooses Which Laws to Enforce (VIDEO)

    President Obama has “flouted the constitutional limits on the authority of the President” more than any other President before him, Senator Ted Cruz (R-TX) said at a recent Heritage event. “Prior to this presidency, the way you had reasonable modifications of federal law is you went to Congress, you introduced … More

    Will the Obama Administration Ever Actually Help the Man Who Discovered HealthCare.gov Security Breach?

    You would think the Obama Administration would figure out how to help the man who discovered the security breach on HealthCare.gov. Yet, seven days after Justin Hadley first reported the problem, he’s still waiting for his account to be deleted. Hadley logged on to HealthCare.gov last Thursday after his current … More

    Canceled: Loyal Obama Supporters Lose Their Health Insurance Plan

    Every day, it’s becoming clear that no one in the individual insurance market (who bought a plan after Obamacare passed) is safe from the dreaded cancellation notices. Such was the case recently for “cradle Democrats” and self-described Obama supporters Lee Hammack and his wife, JoEllen Brothers. According to ProPublica, the … More

    Dentist’s Family and Employees’ Insurance Plan of 7 Years Canceled -- Now What?

    A family dentist in Colorado has provided the same insurance plan to his family and five employees for more than seven years. But now, thanks to Obamacare, that plan is canceled. Dr. Mark Albers is a solo practitioner in general and cosmetic dentistry in Colorado Springs. His wife, Carla, contacted … More

    New Jersey, Virginia Exit Polls: Majority Oppose Obamacare

    There was one clear loser on Election Day: Obamacare. President Obama’s unfair, unaffordable, and unworkable law is a disaster for America. And a majority of voters in New Jersey and Virginia agree. Both states held gubernatorial elections Tuesday. According to exit polls from CNN, voters who showed up don’t like … More

    New York Times Wants You to Believe Obama "Misspoke" the 36 Times He Said Americans Could Keep Insurance

    The New York Times is catching flak for a blatant example of liberal media bias: pretending that President Obama simply “misspoke” when he told Americans at least 36 times they could keep their current health insurance. Sunday’s editorial drew fire from readers, according to Times ombudsman Margaret Sullivan. But it … More

    Exclusive: Marilyn Tavenner Did Not Speak Truth Under Oath, Says Victim of Security Breach

    A top Obama administration official came under fire Tuesday after her congressional testimony conflicted with the account of a man at the center of the HealthCare.gov security breach. Marilyn Tavenner, administrator for the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services, promised a Senate committee that the U.S. Department of Health and … More