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The New York Times asked its readership “What Does Black Friday Mean for You?” A few choice comments reveal the tone of the other 318:To me it means getting in the car with my spouse and adult daughters and heading to Cape May...Birding! None of us buy into this nonsensical consumer binge day.
American Lands Council - A Constitutional Means To Financial Stability For Western States
Late last week, the Obama administration announced a month-long push back for second-year Obamacare enrollments, placing the enrollment date conveniently past election day. With that move, the administration will successfully push back the horrifying optics of disastrous rate hikes, lending a hand to Democrats up for election in 2014.
Obamacare Fast-tracks Single Payer Via Medicaid Expansion
As I wrote earlier today, the expansion of Medicaid under Obamacare has come with all sorts of surprises and unintended (or perhaps intended) consequences. Medicaid expansion creates a two-tier medical delivery system that forces all but the most well-off into a single-payer system.
Obamacare Backers Support John Kasich in Ohio Supreme Court Case
Briefs supporting Governor John Kasich’s enactment of the Obamacare Medicaid expansion from 21 parties including AARP, the Ohio Hospital Association (OHA), and several chambers of commerce were submitted to the Ohio Supreme Court on November 25.
Former Anti-Voucher Advocate Now Advocates For Vouchers and School Choice
There is a lot of misinformation about school choice, and sometimes even wise and well intentioned people are misled. As school choice success stories begin to go mainstream though, more people are championing the ideas of empowering students and parents. Just ask Ann Duplessis, former anti-voucher advocate who is now at the forefront of a group fighting for vouchers.