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    Readers React: Our Health Insurance IS Going Up!

    On Friday, Heritage asked: “How much is your health insurance going up?” Here are some of the answers that came pouring in through email, Facebook, Twitter, and even Tumblr. Our email responses included this from Kristalyn N.: From Twitter: @Heritage #ObamaHikes pic.twitter.com/R0gpin23P7 — Michelle R. (@rise7up) October 11, 2013 @RealJamesWoods … More

    EXCLUSIVE: 3 Questions with Dr. Ben Carson

    Neurosurgeon and author Dr. Ben Carson has been an outspoken opponent of Obamacare. We caught up with him backstage at the Values Voter Summit to ask him what Obamacare means to him as a doctor—and an American. Watch our two-minute video to find out what he had to say about … More

    Government Shutdown: Memorials Closed, Golf Course...Open?

    Many government employees are on furlough. Veterans have been barred from their memorials. Yet despite the temporary slowdown in government, there’s one thing still open: Obama’s golf course. Last week, the President paid a visit to one of his favorite courses at Andrews Air Force Base. Obama deemed that all … More

    Obamacare Is No Laughing Matter, But This Video Is Pretty Darn Funny

    We tried warning President Obama that his health-care law was unworkable. Now, after a glitch-filled week of implementation, Obamacare is under attack from the likes of not only Senator Ted Cruz, but also CNN’s Wolf Blitzer. Yes, even the face of CNN is offering Obama this friendly advice: “They had … More

    Honoring a Fallen Marine

    “Ladies and gentlemen, there is a uniformed Marine on this flight. He is accompanying the body of a fallen comrade back to Washington, D.C. When we land, please keep your seats and allow him to deplane first.” The flight attendant on Delta 1838 from Atlanta to Reagan National Airport repeated … More

    Insurers Now "Scared to Death" of Obamacare

    Bloomberg has a must-read story this morning highlighting yet more faults with Obamacare’s exchanges. Specifically, the faults in the exchanges’ computer software aren’t just hitting consumers trying to shop for plans—they’re hitting insurers as well: Insurers are getting faulty and incomplete data from the new U.S.-run health exchange, which may … More

    Obamacare's Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Week

    It’s now been seven days since Obamacare’s exchanges officially launched. In reality, however, the “launch” has more closely resembled a blooper reel of rocket failures than a smooth takeoff. Here is but a sampling of the problems, failures, and glitches that have turned the exchanges into a comedy of errors: … More

    Another Obamacare Exception for Congress: Taxpayers Could Pay for Abortion Coverage

    According to the Obama Administration’s latest eleventh-hour purported rulemaking, Members of Congress and their staff will be able to enroll in taxpayer-subsidized health plans that include coverage of elective abortions. The Office of Personnel Management (OPM) released a final rule this week that will allow Members of Congress and their … More

    World War II Veterans Don't Let Shutdown Interrupt Visit to Memorial

    Storming the beaches of Normandy was the real battle. But World War II veterans proved today that they may be retired, but they are not done fighting. As part of the federal government shutdown, all national parks are closed today, including the World War II Memorial. At least it was, … More

    Guess How Many Education Department Employees Are "Essential"

    The Department of Education has furloughed 95 percent of its employees, deeming them non-essential. To learn how to reform the Department of Education, click here.