The Washington Post reports that a vote to sue President Obama for overreach of powers passed in the House. No Democrats supported the measure as well as 5 Republicans who also voted no. Here's where the mess begins. Most Americans are unaware of how the government actually … [Read more...] about A Primer on Suing the President
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Reason does a good job (un)covering some clips from 2012, which feature the Chief Architect for Obamacare, Jonathan Gruber. They come at an awkward time just as a Circuit Court judge panel ruled that Obamacare was limited to only providing subsidies in state exchanges, not … [Read more...] about The Chief Architect of Obamacare Argued that the Law WAS Limited to State Exchanges
Obama has called "for an end to a corporate loophole that allows companies to avoid federal taxes by shifting their tax domiciles overseas in deals known as 'inversions'." Such as statement shows the utter ineptitude that Obama has for understanding a) what inversion actually is … [Read more...] about Obama’s “Inversion” Crusade is Really Just Another Attack on Businesses
One month ago (in June), the topic of immigration was at 5%. Today? It's 17%. According to a Gallup poll released a few days ago, immigration has surged to the top of the list as "the Most Important U.S. Problem". This replaces "dissatisfaction with government" (16%). Two … [Read more...] about The Immigration Surge Has Nothing to Do With Immigration
A federal appeals panel handed down a ruling this morning that could be problematic for Obamacare. As just reported, “A judicial panel in a 2-1 ruling said such subsidies can be granted only to those people who bought insurance in an Obamacare exchange run by an individual state … [Read more...] about Federal Appeals Court Rules Most Obamacare Subsidies Illegal — What Next?