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    Reid’s Justification for New Obamacare Signup Delay: ‘People Are Not Educated on How to Use the Internet’

    It’s not that HealthCare.gov is a nightmare. Instead, it’s the fault of incompetent Americans. That’s the jist of what Senate majority leader Harry Reid (D–Nev.) said today, when asked by a reporter about the Obama administration’s decision, which was reported on last night, that people could claim they had tried … More

    Obama Administration: We Never Mean a Word We Say

    No, it cannot happen. It will not happen. The Obama administration absolutely, positively will NOT extend the deadline to sign up for Obamacare. This isn’t even a laugh line anymore. It’s just an eye roller. And how silly these guys look now: “We have no plans to extend the open … More

    Obamacare's March 31 Deadline Extended

    With the March 31 deadline to enroll in Obamacare’s federal insurance marketplace quickly approaching, the Obama administration announced Tuesday night it would give Americans extra time to finish their applications. The Washington Post is reporting that applicants will have until mid-April under the administration’s new rules. It marks the latest … More

    WATCH: Religious Liberty Goes to the Supreme Court

    Passionate advocates on both sides of the issue showed up outside the Supreme Court this morning as the justices heard arguments in two cases in which businesses owned by Christian families are challenging a controversial Obamacare rule. Lawyers for Hobby Lobby, owned by the Greens, and Conestoga Wood Specialties, owned … More

    Harry Reid Tried to Push Conservatives Into Accepting This Policy. Why He Didn't Succeed.

    After a two-week standoff with Republicans, Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid has decided to drop controversial provisions in the aid package for Ukraine. The Senate was locked in a stalemate over the Obama administration’s proposed changes to the International Monetary Fund. The provisions had the support of Reid (D-Nev.) and … More

    Shark Tank’s Kevin O’Leary: ‘The Wealth in America Doesn’t Come from Government’

    In this clip, successful investor Kevin O’Leary from ABC’s hit show “Shark Tank” eloquently and persuasively destroys many of the myths of the “1 percent” and describes in personal detail how many of the small businesses he works with have to spend nearly $20,000 to $30,000 a year complying with … More

    NYT Reporter: Obama Administration Is ‘Greatest Enemy of Press Freedom’

    New York Times reporter James Risen, a two-time Pulitzer Prize winner, claims the Obama administration is “the greatest enemy of press freedom that we have encountered in at least a generation.” Risen won the Pulitzer Prize in 2002 and 2006 for his reporting on national security and terrorism. He has … More

    This Court Case Could Knock Out One of the Most Important Parts of Obamacare

    While media attention is focused on the Hobby Lobby case before the Supreme Court, there is another important Obamacare case being heard today before the United States Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit. Federal courts don’t just issue decisions on constitutional grounds. They also interpret and apply … More

    Crimea Is a Dangerous Place to Stay If You Support Ukraine

    When hearing current news from Crimea I get a feeling of déjà vu. Activists being abducted and killed; people being afraid to go out on the streets—these scenes remind me of the violence in Kiev just a month ago. During the last days of the former president Yanukovych’s rule, the … More

    Obamacare Architects Contradict Each Other on the Future of Job-Based Insurance Coverage

    Only months after Obamacare supporters stressed that the health law would have minimal impact on employer-based health insurance, a key architect of the health law predicts “an end of employer-sponsored insurance.” Speaking recently to The New York Times about his new book, Ezekiel Emanuel estimates that workers who receive health … More