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As Supreme Court takes up ObamaCare, GOP offers alternatives, Dems warn of ‘massive damage’

 Congressional Republicans are proposing long and short-term alternatives to ObamaCare as the Supreme Court begins hearing oral arguments Wednesday in a case that has the potential to unravel the health care law. The plaintiffs, four Virginia residents, argue that Americans who bought insurance through the federal ObamaCare exchange are not entitled to subsidies because the […] Continue reading →

Congress’ dysfunction not limited to Homeland Security fight

 Congress’ dysfunction isn’t limited to the struggle to keep a Cabinet department running without interruption. Lawmakers couldn’t finish their work last year and it’s showing now. The leftover business could prove even more divisive than the dispute over rolling back President Barack Obama’s immigration policies on a bill providing money for the Department of Homeland […] Continue reading →

Newt Gingrich: A Historic Document

 The Washington metropolitan area likely produces more pages of wasted paper than any other comparable region on earth. Government agencies, think-tanks, political campaigns, advocacy groups, companies and academics besiege the city with reports and policy memos. The vast majority are read by only a few people, if by anybody at all. Every now and then, […] Continue reading →

Fluoridated water to blame: Research Exposes How our Water is Making us Depressed, Sick

 Adding to the evidence that backs many U.S. communities’ decisions to end water fluoridation, a recent study has found that fluoride within our water supply may be fueling thyroid issues experienced by millions of Americans, leading to depression and more. After analyzing 98% of GP practices in England, the study found specifically that rates of […] Continue reading →

Obama to Middle Class Retirees: If You Like Your Retirement, You Can Keep It

Michael Schaus,   Government’s involvement in healthcare has been such a rousing success, Obama is now thinking about getting more involved in regulating the retirement of Middle Class America. Hooray… Proposing new executive regulatory rules (because going through Congress is too cumbersome and democratic), the President has claimed that he is riding to the rescue of […] Continue reading →

Obama administration sent 800,000 customers incorrect tax forms

 The Obama administration revealed Friday that it sent about 800,000 customers a tax form containing the wrong information, and asked them to hold off on filing their 2014 taxes.  The self-inflicted bungle follows weeks of administration officials touting a successful enrollment season — one that saw far fewer technical glitches than the rocky launch […] Continue reading →

At least seven sickened by ‘superbug’ bacteria at a Los Angeles hospital

 Seven patients were infected with a potentially deadly, drug-resistant strain of bacteria while undergoing medical procedures at a California hospital, the UCLA Health System said, and the “superbug” may have contributed to two deaths. The University of California’s hospital system in Los Angeles said on Wednesday that it had contacted more than 100 people who […] Continue reading →