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When did Robin Hood replace Uncle Sam as our national icon?

When did Robin Hood replace Uncle Sam as our national icon?

By Phil Erwin My title refers to an analogous reference to the penchant of Democrats in general, and our current President in particular, to think that Robin Hood’s semi-mythical approach to solving economic problems – that is, robbing from the rich to give to the poor (a process now re-branded by Democrats as “wealth redistribution,” […]

Obama administration sharing highly personal Obamacare data of residents with private firms

Obama administration sharing highly personal Obamacare data of residents with private firms

By George Miller The Associated Press revealed something last week which anyone who understood the Obamacare law already knew. Namely that information the government was collecting about people could, would and now has been shared with multiple companies, under the auspices of U.S. HHS (Health and Human Services). This is specifically allowed in the “Patient […]

President’s inner circle conceded Obamacare rationing

President’s inner circle conceded Obamacare rationing

By Aaron Klein   Jonathan Gruber, the embattled former adviser to President Obama on health-care legislation, once conceded the Affordable Care Act would be costly and could lead to rationing and the denial of some treatments, the Daily Caller reported Wednesday. Gruber, however, is not the only Obama adviser to make such astonishingly candid statements […]

Washington Post: What’s in the spending bill? We skim it so you don’t have to–Trillion Dollar Budget

Washington Post: What’s in the spending bill? We skim it so you don’t have to–Trillion Dollar Budget

By Ed O’Keefe                       CLICK HERE TO WATCH VIDEO This item has been updated and revised. The $1.01 trillion spending bill unveiled late Tuesday will keep most of the federal government funded through next September — and it’s packed with hundreds of policy instructions, known […]

Brownley’s amendment fails–HR 3522 to allow coverage outside ACA moves closer to passage in the House

Brownley’s amendment fails–HR 3522 to allow coverage outside ACA moves closer to passage in the House

By Debra Tash Today Congresswoman Julia Brownley read an amendment into the Congressional record to prevent insurance companies from discriminating against women. Brownley’s legislative attempt would have stopped insurance companies from charging small businesses higher premiums for their female employees, and from selling group plans that deny women contraception or maternity coverage. The amendment failed […]

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