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    303 Hours and Counting: N.C. Man Still Can't Delete Personal Information from HealthCare.gov

    Justin Hadley, the North Carolina man who could access a stranger’s private information on HealthCare.gov, is counting down the hours until his account is removed from HealthCare.gov — literally. Time since he first contacted the Department of Health and Human Services and received no help: about 303 hours. His countdown … 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

    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

    Obama's Promise of "Competition" in Obamacare: Also False

    Here’s what the President said in 2009: My guiding principle is, and always has been, that consumers do better when there is choice and competition. That’s how the market works. Unfortunately, in 34 states, 75 percent of the insurance market is controlled by five or fewer companies. In Alabama, almost … More

    After His Health Plan Was Canceled, The Cheapest Option Under Obamacare Was Anything but Cheap

    Despite assurances from his insurance broker, and even the President, that it wouldn’t happen, John Hawkins recently learned his health plan has become another casualty of Obamacare. Hawkins is one of more than 3.5 million Americans (and increasing) who have had their individual health plans canceled because those plans don’t … More

    Three More Apologies the President Will Be Making on Obamacare

    Faced with the grim reality of Obamacare, President Obama apologized that millions of Americans are losing coverage because of his law, which was supposed to make health insurance available and affordable. Sadly, this is not the last apology the President will need to make about his health care law. Although … More

    More Special Obamacare Treatment -- But Not for You

    Unions haven’t been able to get special Obamacare subsidies like Members of Congress and their staffs did, but they may not go away empty-handed. The Obama Administration has indicated it will propose a new regulation that could give many unions a break from one of Obamacare’s new fees. This one … 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