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    46-Day Delay in Obamacare — in 2015

    As Healthcare.gov continues to malfunction and already 5 million people contend with canceled health insurance plans, reports are that the Administration will delay open enrollment in Obamacare in 2015. That’s right. They are delaying 2015 enrollment, not 2014 enrollment, which is the immediate debacle harming Americans. Citing concern for insurers … More

    Obamacare Supporter Claims Law Helps Colleges When It Really Hurts

    One of Obamacare’s most vocal supporters claimed the health care law is helping colleges and universities offer coverage to their employees. Except it’s really not. Representative George Miller (D-CA) said Thursday, “The ACA is another opportunity for education institutions—as employers—to partner with states and the federal government to ensure that … More

    Do You Believe Obama This Time? How About Now? …Now?

    Once upon a time, Obamacare was “settled” law that was “here to stay.” Or so President Obama said—before Obamacare failed to survive contact with reality. The reality is that the Administration is delaying the impact of major parts of the law, including the employer mandate and now the benefit mandates … More

    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

    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

    Federal Court Allows Lawsuit Against Obamacare to Proceed

    A judge on the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia refused to dismiss Halbig v. Sebelius, a major challenge to Obamacare, on Tuesday. The lawsuit, filed by a number of small business owners in six states, challenges an IRS regulation that would apply the employer mandate tax penalty … More

    3 Ways Obamacare Is Like HealthCare.gov

    The abject failure of the Obamacare website, Healthcare.gov, is proving quite the analogy for Obamacare itself—with good reason. CNN reported yesterday: “Experts say the major problems with the Obamacare website can’t reasonably be solved before the end of 2013, and the best fix would be to start over from scratch.” … More

    A Letter to President Obama

    Dear Mr. President: As the temporary slowdown in government operations enters its second week, I write to explain why conservatives have insisted on making the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act the prime source of contention. Speaking for our organization, I can tell you we’re in this fight because of … More

    Report Reveals Obamacare's Side Effects: Higher Costs, Fewer Jobs

    What will Obamacare mean for American businesses? Higher costs, according to a report released yesterday from consultants at Mercer. Here are the preliminary results from Mercer’s annual survey of large employers about the impact of Obamacare: Costs Continue to Rise: Despite the moderating effects of the recession in dampening consumer demand, … More

    Obamacare Means Jobs on the Chopping Block

    “If the health care reform law is not repealed or employer mandate does not go away, we’re going to have to take drastic action,” said Scott Womack, who owns 12 IHOP restaurants in Indiana and Ohio. Womack employs nearly 1,000 full- and part-time employees and provides health insurance to his … More