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DC Circuit Dismisses Origination Clause Suit Against Obamacare

In a body-blow to freedom lovers everywhere, the DC Circuit upheld the dismissal of Sissal v. HHS, a suit filed under the Commerce and Origination Clauses of the Constitution. 923 more words

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Stunning Setback to Obamacare

Stunning Setback to Obamacare

An excellent analytical op/ed by Phyllis Schlafly.  Hopefully this trend will continue, and the Supremes will finish the whole subsidies component off, which would effectively nullify Obamacare once and for all.

Obamacare: Federal exchange cannot verify 2.6 million "inconsistencies"

  Last week the Government Accountability Office released the results of a sting operation it conducted to test the Obamacare Federal exchange eligibility verification system and we learned that… 291 more words


Obama's own Rasputin...

Emails show White House adviser intervened on ObamaCare ‘bailout’ after industry appeals

Newly released emails show a key White House adviser intervened on behalf of the health insurance industry after an executive repeatedly warned that massive premium hikes were coming unless the administration expanded an ObamaCare program that Republicans call an industry “bailout.”

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Poliidiots.com of the Month:Tennessee -getting sued for Delaying Medicaid Coverage 'To Score Political Points'

Healthcare denial all for political gain? If republicans had their way poor people would just have to lay sick and die in the street and we would just step over them as we walk? 25 more words

Poliidiots Of The Month Feature

Cruz: Let's repeal ‘every bloody word' of Obamacare

Washington (CNN) – Sen. Ted Cruz on Tuesday forcefully argued that Obamacare is not here to stay and pledged that he would continue working to dismantle the health care law in 2014 and 2016. 291 more words

CNN's Ashley Killough

Split Decision on Obamacare Subsidies; Just More Uncertainty

Just last week the media was a buzz regarding the Affordable Care Act (ACA), also known as Obamacare. Two separate courts came to opposing decisions regarding… 191 more words