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    What Will Happen When (and If) HealthCare.gov Actually Works

    HealthCare.gov may or may not be working—for some people. That seems to be the clearest assessment after the Obama Administration has flubbed two deadlines to get the Obamacare website working. The disaster has spawned countless news stories and updates about the website’s progress. But here’s the most important story: HealthCare.gov … More

    Exclusive Interview: Gov. Scott Walker on Why Conservatives Don't Need to Move to the Center to Win

    Three governors have faced recall elections in U.S. history. Wisconsin Republican Scott Walker is the only one to survive – and with a larger margin of victory the second time around. How did he do it? Walker visited Heritage for an interview with Jackie Anderson to talk about what’s worked … More

    Obamacare Supporter Turns Sour: "One Problem After Another"

    While the media grasp to find any positive stories from Obamacare’s wreckage, journalists can’t escape the mounting negative news. Take New Hampshire small business owner Nancy Clark, who last year was featured in a White House video blog. She proudly proclaimed support for Obamacare, calling it “Nancycare,” according to CBS … More

    Obamacare Is Restricting Choice and Trampling Fundamental Freedoms

    The problems with Obamacare seem endless. Now, the unpopular health care law is headed back to the Supreme Court — this time over one of the law’s many onerous mandates that’s restricting choice and trampling fundamental freedoms. Earlier this week, the Court agreed to review the Obamacare mandate that forces … More

    Pro-Obamacare Group Gets $1 Million to Pitch "Success" Stories to Media

    Obamacare horror stories have outnumbered successes, even in the liberal mainstream media. But that may soon change now that a pro-Obamacare group is getting $1 million to provide journalists more favorable stories about the President’s health care law. The liberal organization Families USA received a $1 million grant from the … More

    Obamacare's Unpopularity, in 3 Charts

    Obamacare is growing increasingly unpopular as the law is implemented. Here are three charts from a new Gallup poll that tell the story. 1) Over the past month, there was a sharp rise in the number of Americans (41 percent) who believe Obamacare will make their own health care situation … More

    What EVERYONE Will Be Talking About at Thanksgiving Dinner

    Have you seen them? The guides for how to talk to your family about Obamacare over the holidays. That’s right—Organizing for America (OFA), President Obama’s campaign group, has a big push called “Health Care for the Holidays” that urges people to “have the talk” with their loved ones about getting … More

    She Lost Her Health Plan, But Won't Take a Government Handout

    Like millions of other Americans, Charlene Hopkins, a 52-year-old working mother from Washington, will lose her health care plan because of Obamacare. In her quest to find affordable insurance, Hopkins turned to Washington Healthplanfinder, the state’s Obamacare exchange. But once there, she discovered something alarming: she wasn’t able to choose … More

    How Obamacare Discourages Work and Marriage

    We were told that Obamacare was supposed to be compassionate toward the needy in America. While President Obama and his fellow liberals may have held the best of intentions while ramming Obamacare through Congress, the law’s policies are far from compassionate toward the uninsured and Americans with low and modest … More

    HealthCare.gov Contractor Built Faulty Gun Registry for Canada

    It turns out notorious government contractor CGI is no stranger to glitch-filled rollouts. HealthCare.gov isn’t the first time the Canadian company has received millions of taxpayer funds to create a dysfunctional product. According to The Washington Times’ Emily Miller, CGI has a record of failure dating back to the 1990s, … More