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It Is a War – On the Truth

It Is a War – On the Truth

By Phil Erwin We can all thank Professor Jonathan Gruber for setting us straight about how the Progressive Left and its darling Obama administration all view the American public: Too stupid for your own good. Gruber, if you are unaware, is the MIT economics professor and healthcare consultant who has publicly, and repeatedly, called Americans […]

Insurance Companies Become Obamacare’s Biggest Defenders

Insurance Companies Become Obamacare’s Biggest Defenders

Critics charge Obamacare’s individual mandate is boosting the profits of insurance companies, securing their loyalty to Democratic politicians. Washington Post blogger Jennifer Rubin argued Tuesday that “the individual mandate is the greatest single act of corporate welfare in memory,” creating new customers for the insurance companies by fiat and subsidizing that coverage with tax dollars. (RELATED: Obama Admin […]

Chip Bok: Stupid Voters–Help us keep the Chip on board Donate today!

Chip Bok: Stupid Voters–Help us keep the Chip on board Donate today!

Lies, Damn Lies… and ObamaCare

Lies, Damn Lies… and ObamaCare

Professor Jonathan Gruber, link of MIT and Romneycare credentials and a paid White House consultant/shill for ObamaCare, knows the truth about the real America. They’re “too stupid,” says the Professor, to discern “tax” from “penalty.” “Too stupid” to know that they pay for a tax on Cadillac plans whether that tax is assessed on their […]

Covered CA caught in Prop. 45 crossfire

Covered CA caught in Prop. 45 crossfire

Breaking News Covered CA caught in Prop. 45 crossfire By JAMES POULOS On Proposition 45, some Democrats are feeling as if they got a transfusion of the wrong blood type. The initiative would give the state insurance commissioner the power to approve changes in health-insurance policies, including those by Covered California (ed. note: California’s, this state’s implementation […]

“Tracking Ebola contacts”: call in the Surveillance State

“Tracking Ebola contacts”: call in the Surveillance State

            By Jon Rappoport Now that the US has its own “Ebola case number 1” in isolation at a Dallas hospital, it can swing into gear tracking his/her contacts, and the contacts of those contacts. Never mind that “case number 1” is unproven as an Ebola carrier (see my previous […]

Mendacity and Perfidy

Mendacity and Perfidy

Guest Editorial By Dr. Ted Baehr   The news media, whether consciously or unconsciously, by commission or omission, has supported the transformation of the United States from the Land of Freedom to the Land of Socialist Tyranny. . As Paul Johnson points out in his classic work MODERN TIMES bout the 20th Century, the sea change […]

Medicare Cuts Reimbursement for Cancer Treatment—But Will Pay Doctors for Death Panel Discussions

Medicare Cuts Reimbursement for Cancer Treatment—But Will Pay Doctors for Death Panel Discussions

Women in need of special drugs for breast cancer are not being allowed to get the lifesaving drugs. Pregnant women cannot find doctors, pill under ObamaCare, view to take care of the birth. Networks lied about the doctors and hospitals that participate and hospitals are firing nurses and closing, doctor along with non-profits serving the […]

Why They Can’t Get Jobs

Why They Can’t Get Jobs

Gregory J. Welborn This has been a week rich with events worthy of commentary.  Many of them are sad beyond comprehension and as of this writing just too close to warrant political commentary.  I refer, of course, to the second attack on Fort Hood, so let me simply offer my prayers for recovery for those […]

PLF’s Hobby Lobby brief reminds the Supreme Court: Corporations have First Amendment rights, too

PLF’s Hobby Lobby brief reminds the Supreme Court:  Corporations have First Amendment rights, too

Editorial Pacific Legal Foundation’s Hobby Lobby brief reminds the Supreme Court:  Corporations have First Amendment rights, too (re-posted with permission from Pacific Legal Foundation) Obamacare is in front of the U.S. Supreme Court again. On March 25, the justices will hear oral argument in a high-profile challenge by Hobby Lobby Stores, Inc., and Conestoga Wood […]