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Supreme Court will hear legal challenge to ObamaCare subsidies

ObamaCare is, once again, headed to the nation's highest court. The Supreme Court will hear oral arguments over an IRS rule that granted tax credit subsidies to states that opted not to create an ObamaCare exchange. By granting review, the Supreme Court is going against the wishes of the Obama administration, which had argued that the case, King v. Burwell, should work its way through lower courts:

11/07/2014
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Stimulus grants to businesses owned by Kay Hagan's family may face legal review

The North Carolina Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR) has released a scathing review of a $250,644 stimulus "green energy" grant to a business co-owned by Sen. Kay Hagan's (D-NC) husband and his brothers, which, in turn, contracted others businesses co-owned or connected to Hagan family members. The review, as the Carolina Journal reports, states that the "self-dealing" needs "further legal review":

11/03/2014
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51 percent of ObamaCare users plan to avoid the exhanges in the next open enrollment period

A majority of HealthCare.gov and state-based exchange users say they don't plan to use the ObamaCare exchanges when the second open enrollment period begins on November 15, according to a survey conducted by BankRate.com. Experts surmise that many consumers who bought health plans on the exchanges will auto-renew, which could mean they'll end up paying more for coverage.

11/03/2014
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ObamaCare: The American Nightmare

Back in 2010, during an interview on Fox News' Red Eye, Glenn Danzig, whose band, the Misfits, basically founded the horror punk genre, was asked if he'd ever do an album with songs about "puppies and rainbows." Danzig, known for his dark and controversial lyrics, snarked, "Maybe I’ll do a real horror record and talk about the Obama administration."

10/31/2014
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Get ready, Colorado, another round of health plan cancellations are about to happen

In September 2009, during an interview with a local Fox affiliate, Sen. Mark Udall (D-CO) told Coloradans that "[i]f you have an insurance policy you like, doctor or medical facility that provides medical services to you, you'll be able to keep that doctor or that insurance policy." There was no ambiguity in his statement, just the same line that was repeated by President Obama and other Senate Democrats to help sell ObamaCare to a skeptical public.

10/31/2014
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NSA spying isn't the only danger to Americans' civil liberties under the PATRIOT Act

Since June 2013, Americans have been aware the National Security Agency's domestic spying program, through which it collects the telephony metadata of virtually every person with a cell phone in the United States. Intelligence officials claim authority for this privacy violating program through Section 215 of the USA PATRIOT Act and a misinterpretation of a 1979 Supreme Court case, Smith v. Maryland. But what much of the public doesn't know about are violations of privacy occurring under Section 213 of the PATRIOT Act, the so-called "sneak-and-peek" provision.

10/30/2014
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Millennials have been hit the hardest by ObamaCare's insurance premium increases, new study says

Young people who have, under the threat of a punitive tax, purchased health insurance coverage on the individual market have seen their premiums skyrocket under ObamaCare. While premiums have increased substantially for everyone, a new study shows that millennials have seen larger increases than their older counterparts:

10/29/2014
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KEPR-TV catches Dan Newhouse lying about Clint Didier

Voters in Washington's Fourth Congressional District will have until November 4th to cast a vote between constitutional conservative Clint Didier and liberal Dan Newhouse, and it's become clear that Newhouse is getting desperate.

10/28/2014
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Here's how McDonald's is responding to Big Labor's push for a $15 minimum wage

For the last two years, labor unions have a led a campaign known as "Fight for 15" to pressure the fast food and retail industries to raise the minimum hourly wage to $15. Big Labor has a particular interest in legislative efforts to raise the minimum wage, given that many union contracts are indexed to it. In a February 2013 research brief, the Center for Union Facts noted that collective bargaining agreements often "either set baseline wages as a percentage of the state or federal minimum wage, or mandate a flat wage premium above the minimum wage."

10/28/2014
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FEC Democrats set their sights on censoring Internet-based political speech

There is no more powerful of a tool in today's political discourse than the Internet. It has decentralized the flow of information by allowing Americans to do their own research on the issues concerning them and their families as well as comparing candidates who are running for local, state, and federal office. Democrats on the Federal Election Commission (FEC), however, are looking to, for the first time, regulate online political speech.

10/27/2014

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