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Hey, Obamacare-loving journo: Do these 2 brutal graphics stop your absurd swooning? They should!

Well, that about sums it up! As Twitchy readers know, Huffington Post journo Jonathan Cohn let his giddy show after the Supreme Court’s Obamacare ruling today. 83 more words

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So, this Huffpo journo's giddy response to SCOTUS Obamacare ruling is beyond embarrassing

Journalism, schmournalism!

#Journalism https://t.co/xN32QhmoPg

— Stephen Miller (@redsteeze) June 25, 2015

What sparked that? Well, take a gander at the giddy absurdity from HuffPo journo Jonathan Cohn when the Supreme Court ruled today 6-3 that Obamacare subsidies are legal:

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Obamacare's "Wage Growth" Hoax

Families across the country are facing escalating out-of-pocket health care costs and, as a result, less disposable income, thanks to Obamacare’s Cadillac Tax. A major funding mechanism for the law, the 40 percent excise tax forces employers to cut back on health benefits, leaving workers increasingly subject to higher deductibles and copayments. 1,426 more words


Obamacare Scorecard: Takers Taking, Makers Breaking

When market research company J.D. Power released its 2015 Health Insurance Marketplace Exchange Shopper and Re-Enrollment (HIX) Study last Thursday, progressive health care reporters rushed to their laptops to declare Obama’s remarkable achievement: 612 more words


Citizen Journalist v. Citizen Cohn: Obamacare Is All About Redistribution

This morning Huffington Post’s Jonathan Cohn let the cat out of the bag, admitting that Obamacare was a redistribution scheme.

@CitizenCohn @Josephriskgmt @AmSpec Maybe we should just cut to the chase and everyone admit the ACA is about Redistribution.

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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