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Will SCOTUS Grant Executive License To Rewrite Laws?

Can a piece of legislation say any old thing, leaving the executive branch as the arbiter over what the law “should” say?  Can the executive decide a law means one thing ex ante and another ex post? 1,105 more words


Three New Republic staffers join the Huffington Post

Greg Veis, Rachel Morris and Jonathan Cohn, three former The New Republic staffers, who were part of a mass exodus of the magazine late last year, have joined The Huffington Post. 205 more words


The Tree of "Hope" is Dead and Gone. What Does That Mean for America?

In Jonathan Cahn’s book The Harbinger, he speaks about the warnings that God is giving to America and how they coincide with the warnings that God gave to the children of Israel. 304 more words

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Higher Taxes

The New Republic’s Jonathan Cohn is positively giddy about tax day (see here).  Echoing the first George Bush, Cohn wants everybody to “read his lips.” Except unlike Bush, Cohn is demanding more new taxes rather than no new taxes.   478 more words


What Sebelius’ resignation says about the Obamacare debate

U.S. Secretary of Health and Human Services Kathleen Sebelius prepares prior to testifying before the Senate Finance Committee hearing on the President’s budget proposal for FY2015, on Capitol Hill in Washington, April 10, 2014. 1,294 more words