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Voters to candidates: Yes, we still care about ObamaCare

Democrats don't want to talk about it and Republicans running against them aren't exactly hammering away at it, but a new survey shows that ObamaCare remains among the issues at the forefront of voters' minds in the 2014 mid-term election.

10/17/2014
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Has eminent domain abuse backfired?

In June 2005, the Supreme Court effectively gutted the Takings Clause of the Fifth Amendment, ruling in Kelo v. New London that governments could take private property not just for public use but also for private purposes. This case involved Susette Kelo and other homeowners who resided in New London, Connecticut's Fort Trumbull neighborhood who were fighting the local government for its use of eminent domain for economic development purposes -- the theft of property from private owners to another.

10/17/2014
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Hey Republicans: “I don’t like the president” is not a legislative agenda

If Republicans manage to win the control of the Senate, it will not be because the party put forward an ambitious, principled agenda that inspired and motivated voters. In fact, according to data released last week by Gallup, voter engagement is at its lowest since 2002, when the GOP picked up two seats to win control of the upper chamber, and almost certainly will translate into lower voter turnout.

10/16/2014
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Surprise, taxpayers! ObamaCare will increase the budget deficit by $131 billion

When ObamaCare passed Congress in March 2010, the Congressional Budget Office (CBO) estimated that the law would reduce the deficit by $124 billion over the next decade. The purported deficit reduction was, well, a rather rosy assumption because of all the budgetary gimmicks in the law, including Medicare cuts that are almost certainly never going to happen and backloaded costs.

10/16/2014
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Here's how Harry Reid and his crony pals in the Senate could cause a $15 billion tax hike

Inaction in the Senate on the Permanent Internet Tax Freedom Act (H.R. 3086) could cost Americans nearly $15 billion each year, according to a new study from the American Action Forum.

10/15/2014
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Welcome to ObamaCare: Health plan costs are pricing many Americans out of seeking medical care

Many Americans have found out how ObamaCare hides the true cost of health insurance coverage through higher deductibles. The Associated Press, on Monday, released a survey which found that 25 percent of privately insured Americans are "not confident" that they'll be able to afford healthcare in the event of a major medical problem:

10/14/2014
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CDC's inability to deal with Ebola isn't for a lack of funding

A progressive organization is out with a new issue ad blaming congressional Republicans for the Ebola outbreak. In the disgusting minute-long ad, titled "Republican Cuts Kill," the Agenda Project Action Fund uses clips of Republicans, including Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY) and Sen. Pat Roberts (R-KY), urging more spending cuts to the federal budget. It also features footage of Obama administration officials discussing budget cuts and the National Institutes of Health (NIH) and the Centers for Disease Control's (CDC) purported inability to deal with viral outbreaks.

10/13/2014
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The Obama administration is already downplaying expectations for ObamaCare's second open enrollment period

Though Healthcare.gov doesn't open for business until November 15, the spin for the second open enrollment period for ObamaCare has already begun. More than a year after the disastrous rollout of the federal Exchange, which our insurance-salesman-in-chief, President Obama, said users would have a shopping experience similar to Kayak, Orbitz, or Amazon, the administration agencies overseeing the website are already downplaying expectations:

10/13/2014
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The Georgia Perdue-Nunn Senate race remains close

Of all the Senate seats up for grabs when voters head to the polls on November 4, the race in Georgia is, perhaps, the most boring to watch. This is a truly incredibly feat, given that control of the upper chamber is on the line.

10/10/2014
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Obama's top adviser wants to get rid of the only meaningful spending cuts in years

Here we go again. The White House is, once again, complaining about the sequester. John Podesta, the chief adviser to President Barack Obama, wrote an op-ed at the Washington Post, in which he urged Congress to roll back cuts to the rate of spending increases over the next decade.

10/10/2014

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