Worse Than Murder, Inc Hardest Hit

    Among the provisions of the ObamaCare repeal and replace legislation passed by two votes in the House yesterday is the defunding of Planned Parenthood Worse Than Murder, Inc.  We will see what the Senate does now, but for

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Do It

  Representative Morris Brooks Jr. (R.Al.) has a simple solution to ObamaCare:   “Effective as of Dec. 31, 2017, the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act is repealed, and the provisions of law amended or repealed by such Act are

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People Waking Up

    I recall that when all the rapturous adjectives were applied to Obama in 2008 by the mainstream media and other supporters of the South Side Messiah, I thought that it was going to be fun when he fell flat

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When Congress Makes a Joke, It’s A Law

So when all the yielding and objections is over, the other Senator said, “I object to the remarks of a professional joker being put into the Congressional Record.” Taking a dig at me, see? They didn’t want any outside fellow

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Sebelius Flees Sinking ObamaCare Ship

HHS Secretary Kathleen Sebelius announced her resignation today.  Her signature achievement is the disastrous rollout of ObamaCare.  She is fleeing a sinking ship as the elections in the fall are shaping up to be a disaster for the Democrats, much

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ObamaCare: Do It to Shut the Nagging Moms Up

A tribute to just how delusional contemporary liberalism is.  Young people do not want to sign up for ObamaCare policies which they view as too expensive, and almost certainly unnecessary for them while they are young and healthy.  Solution:  have

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Do Not Laugh!

      My heart bleeds:   Many in New York’s professional and cultural elite have long supported President Obama’s health care plan. But now, to their surprise, thousands of writers, opera singers, music teachers, photographers, doctors, lawyers and others

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Quotes Suitable For Framing: Miracle on 34th Street

    But… but maybe he’s only a little crazy like painters or composers or… or some of those men in Washington. Mr. Shellhammer, Miracle on 34th Street, (1947) Something to brighten the Christmas Season courtesy of Mary Katharine Ham

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Of Course The Website Isn’t Fixed

Ed Morrissey at Hot Air reveals what will come as little surprise to those who have been following this story:  the administration did not meet its November 30 deadline to fix the ObamaCare website: Sloane’s description of the improvement boils down

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Thanksgiving: Time to Discuss ObamaCare?

    And you all think that Thanksgiving is about thanking Almighty God and having a great meal!  Allahpundit at Hot Air sets us straight: Believe it or not, these soulless robots have prepared an actual talking-points memo for the

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Maybe We Should Take Up a Collection?

    Well it’s a Friday, I will be picking up my son for Thanksgiving Break and then tomorrow, he, my bride and I will be going to Monmouth College to see my daughter performing in A Christmas Carol.  Life

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ObamaCare Crashes, And So Does Obama

One could not ask for a better symbol of ObamaCare than yesterday when HHS Secretary Kathleen Sebelius, the woman purportedly in charge of this mess, was meeting with ObamaCare “navigators”, and I love the Orwellian implications of that title, and

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Oops! You Are Peter!

In the Carboniferous Epoch we were promised abundance for all, By robbing selected Peter to pay for collective Paul; But, though we had plenty of money, there was nothing our money could buy, And the Gods of the Copybook Headings

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Hometown Paper

      For decades I was a subscriber to the Chicago Tribune.  The traditionally Republican paper in Chicago, for many decades it was the voice of Republicanism, and sometimes conservatism, throughout the Midwest.  In the nineties I noticed that The

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The “Fix” That Fixed Nothing

  Since Nixon’s “I am not a crook ” speech during a news conference, the fortieth anniversary of which will be this Sunday, I have never seen a more bizarre Presidential performance than that given by Obama yesterday.  In response

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Schadenfreude: Yeah, Me Too

    Ditto to Jonah Goldberg at National Review Online:   To paraphrase Oscar Wilde, you’d have to have a heart of stone not to laugh at the unraveling of Obamacare. First, the obligatory caveats. It is no laughing matter

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Not a Parody

  Hattip to Instapundit and commenter Nate.  The above is an ad put out by “Thanks ObamaCare”, a group supporting ObamaCare.  I wonder if the young lady will still be smiling when she calculates how much her “free” birth control is

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Is ObamaCare Repeal Coming?

    Steven Hayward at Forbes Magazine makes a bold prediction:  that ObamaCare will be repealed well in advance of the 2014 elections:   Senate Democrats endangered for re-election will lead the charge for repeal perhaps as soon as January,

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41% Hike in Insurance Premiums

    Hattip to Mary Katharine Ham at Hot Air.  The good news in regard to ObamaCare just keeps on coming: Notably, this doesn’t count co-pay and deductible hikes. Avik Roy offers the third in a series of maps meant

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ObamaCare as Cargo Cult

  Daniel Greenfield at Sultan Knish nails it: Our modernity is style rather than substance. It’s Obama grinning. It’s the right font. It’s the right joke. It’s that sense that X knows what he’s doing because he presents it the

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Yep, the Emperor Really is Naked

An increasingly desperate President Obama had a speech last week in Boston where he acted as a pitchman for his floundering ObamaCare.  Sarah Palin called it his Sham Wow speech: President Obama flew in to Boston today to deliver another “ShamWow”-style infomercial

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Joe Biden Explains It All

I, and doubtless other fans of Veep and beloved National Clown Joe Biden, have been waiting breathlessly for Joe’s take on the ObamaCare rollout debacle.  He explained that neither he nor the President are technology geeks.  Say it ain’t so Joe!  A

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Obama Lied, Your Insurance Died

Well, the Congress Critters with Ds after their names are beginning to scurry for political cover: Sen. Mary Landrieu said Wednesday she would propose legislation to ensure all  Americans could keep their existing insurance coverage under Obamacare, a fresh  sign

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No Snickering While You Read This!

    Well, maybe a little. “I spent two years defending Obamacare. I had constituents scream at me, spit at me and call me names that I can’t put in print. The congressman was not re-elected in 2010 mainly because

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ObamaCare and the Big Lie

One of the many, many lies that Obama told when he was selling ObamaCare was that if you liked your policy you would get to keep it. Obama knew that this was a lie when he said it.  ObamaCare was

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Kathleen Sebelius Explains It All

You know that you are living in surreal times when the Saturday Night Live Kathleen Sebelius is less funny at defending the ObamaCare roll out than the real Kathleen Sebelius was when facing tough grilling from–Jon Stewart.  Go here to watch that

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Who Needs Fake Horror?

Hattip to Instapundit.  It is deeply ironic that young people, one of the main constituencies that helped elect Obama, will be the ones trying to dig this country out from the effects of this administration long after I am dead

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Democrats in Panic Mode

  A few Democrats are beginning to understand that ObamaCare is beginning to turn into a political nightmare for them. Democrats facing difficult reelection campaigns in 2014 — Sens. Mark Pryor of  Arkansas, Mary Landrieu of Louisiana, Kay Hagan of North Carolina

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ObamaCare 3.5

The only reliable source of news on the net, The Onion, reports that the Obama administration has a solution to the computer glitches that have marred the ObamaCare roll out:   WASHINGTON—Responding to widespread criticism regarding its health care website,

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Internet Hitler Dismayed by ObamaCare Rollout

I can understand why Internet Hitler is so upset.  Control of medicine is so essential for any group seeking to reshape a nation, as the historical Hitler’s reign so amply demonstrated.  Ah well, as Karl Marx noted, in one of

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A Republican Defeat?

    From a conservative Republican perspective there seems to be little good from the outcome of the shutdown fight.  ObamaCare remains funded, and that was the chief goal that concerned most conservative Republicans.  However, sometimes it is a good

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