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Taxpayers Beware of Obamacare…

Noah Rothman,  For all the headaches that the Affordable Care Act is causing millions of Americans, you would think that Congressional Republicans would be more interested in advancing a proposal or two aimed at positioning theirs as the party in favor of repealing the onerous law. From forcing chain restaurants to overhaul their menus in […] Read More →

Obama is the main obstacle to economic growth

Donald Lambro,  WASHINGTON — No matter what President Obama said about the state of our union Tuesday night, the economy’s prognosis is not good. Who says so? A hefty majority of the American people in a new Washington Post/ABC News poll that sought their opinion about the economy’s health. Roughly six in 10 said it […] Read More →

How Come the President Never Talks About My Rent?

 It’s a sign that the housing market is largely mended that Barack Obama barely mentioned homeownership in his penultimate State of the Union address Tuesday night, as he did at least 16 times in his previous six State of the Unions. The president did take the opportunity to tell the story of a couple from Minnesota […] Read More →

Here are the Top 10 Conservative Columnists

 With so many great conservative columnists and writers in the world today, it can be hard to know who to read. This list offers a mix of writers with different writing styles ranging from the serious to the humorous. Each of the columnists here write on a number of issues important to conservatives including economics […] Read More →

Christie hints at presidential run in New Jersey speech

 New Jersey Governor Chris Christie on Tuesday made “renewal” of his state and country a central theme in his annual speech to state lawmakers that hinted at presidential aspirations. Christie, under pressure to decide if he will seek the Republican nomination for president in 2016, discussed what he called a “bloated national government” and a […] Read More →

Keystone Pipeline’s Nebraska Path Cleared; Congress Votes

 TransCanada Corp.’s Keystone XL pipeline faces one less hurdle after Nebraska’s highest court cleared its path through the state, sending the matter back to Washington. The pipeline would funnel crude from Alberta’s oil sands to a network junction in southeast Nebraska, for transport to Gulf Coast refineries. While the ruling is a victory for energy […] Read More →

Keystone Approval Passed by House Amid Obama Veto Threat

 The U.S. House of Representatives voted to approve TransCanada Corp.’s Keystone XL pipeline, moving toward a showdown with President Barack Obama, who has said he would veto the measure. The House’s 266-153 vote today fell short of the two-thirds that would be required to override Obama’s veto. All but one Republican voted for the measure, […] Read More →