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Obamacare 5+ Years later, It's Still a Bad Deal

Say what you will about Obamacare, and after yesterday’s shocking SCOTUS decision (Supreme Court saves Obamacare | CNN.com) it looks like it is here to stay until the Congress can do something to repeal and replace it with something that will come close to doing what it said it would do for the people.  2,448 more words


What Was Indicted Doctor Hoping to Buy With $100k Donation to Harry Reid's Super PAC?

Michael Patrick Leahy reports: In its indictment of Senator Robert Menendez (D-NJ) and Dr. Salomon Melgen, a Florida opthalmologist, the Department of Justice cites Melgen’s $600,000 donation to… 1,044 more words


The murky transparency of the Obama Government

By Tom Quiner

I read a letter to the editor in my local newspaper a few days ago applauding the coming Obamanet, aka “net neutrality.” 278 more words


Our Gay "Problem" In The Workplace

I read an article in the Washington Post last week about an Alabama Supreme Court Justice who issued a letter to the numerous probate judges in his state advising them to ignore a federal court ruling that essentially made same-sex marriages legal in that state. 550 more words


Sebelius blasts Brownback's tax cuts, LGBT decision

LAWRENCE, Kansas (AP) – Former Kansas Gov. Kathleen Sebelius says she was surprised and distressed by Gov. Sam Brownback’s decision to rescind an executive order that offered protections for gay, lesbian and transgender state employees. 101 more words


Governor rescinds order protecting gay state workers

TOPEKA, Kansas – Kansas Gov. Sam Brownback has rescinded a former governor’s order barring discrimination against gays and lesbians in hiring and employment throughout much of state government. 265 more words


The woman in charge of botched HealthCare.gov rollout (Kathleen Sebelius) given honorary degree for ‘innovation’ at Ohio State University

Campus Reform: The woman who presided over the botched rollout of HealthCare.gov is scheduled to receive an honorary degree from Ohio’s largest university because her work “was committed to ensuring that America continues to lead the world in innovation.” 24 more words