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  • Bill O'Reilly of "The O'Reilly Factor" on the Fox News Channel
    O'Reilly wrong: If the GOP does compromise, Hillary could be president
    Bill O'Reilly, on his Fox News program, the O'Reilly Factor, opined the other night that Republicans must compromise with the Democrats, or otherwise Hillary Clinton may end up being elected president in 2016. Mr. O'Reilly could not be...
  • Voters rejected Obama in the 2014 mid-term elections
    Mandate: Stop the Obama Madness
    Last's night's election was a tsunami, and even though the GOP itself didn't communicate to voters a coherent agenda like the Contract with America in 1994, the voters instead issued a mandate against the failures, extreme policies and...
  • Free contraceptives
    Report: Three-month-old infant gets contraceptive ID under Obamacare
    On Friday, Fox News' Todd Starnes said on Facebook that thanks to an Obamacare mandate, some newborns are receiving an ID card that lets them receive contraceptives free of charge -- without parental consent.Starnes said he got word of the...
  • Obamacare still facing major problems
    Obamacare Prompts Job Cuts
    Obviously, the rollout of the Affordable Health Care Act, commonly referred to as “Obamacare,” has suffered more problems than any government designed program to date. However, what many Americans have discovered over the past several...
  • Nancy Pelosi
    Nancy Pelosi: Founders would approve of Obamacare mandate
    While speaking to reporters about President Obama's decision to unilaterally extend the employer mandate, House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., implied the founders would approve of the individual mandate, BixPac Review reported Sunday...
  • More delays for business
    ACA employer mandate delayed yet again
    According to new regulations finalized by the Treasury Department, employers with between 50 and 99 employees won’t have to provide insurance coverage to their employees under the so-called mandate until 2016. Even the larger firms with over...
  • Priests for Life wins emergency relief from the unjust HHS Obamacare mandate
    Priests for Life wins emergency relief from the unjust HHS Obamacare mandate
    On Tuesday, an emergency injunction was granted at 5 p.m. by the U.S. Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit that Priests for Life will not have to obey the contraception mandate contained in the Affordable Care Act as its appeal is being heard...
  • Obama in Hawaii
    Insurance man President working from Hawaii
    Here we are vacationing for the holidays with family and friends. Checking the email, and among all of the last minute prompts from retailers there is a call for healthcare insurance from President Obama.Hey all of you last minute shoppers, don...
  • Howard Dean
    Howard Dean: Gov't, not employers, have right to determine insurance coverage
    According to former Democratic presidential candidate Howard Dean, employers do not have a right to determine what insurance coverage they will provide, but the federal government does have the right to dictate what coverage companies must pay for...
  • Abe Lincoln
    House to vote on Affordable Care Act mandate delay
    It is only fair that if there is going to be a delay in the mandate for large businesses, there must be a delay in the mandate for individuals. The House will decide next week according to a report from The Hill.The trouble with delaying the...
  • Affordable Care Act
    Affordable Healthcare Act implementation moves forward
    Last week’s hiccup was the announcement that the large employer mandate would be delayed a year. The consequences of that are apparently negligent for the near term.Uninsured citizens will receive affordable care as planned through the...
  • The waiting room
    Uninsured citizens get lost in the shuffle of ACA implementation
    The big deal and essential need is to get uninsured persons equipped with healthcare insurance. Reinventing the American healthcare system is nontrivial and the Affordable Care Act (ACA) is a highly integrated law. Together, one may expect that ...
  • Healthcare is a persistent need
    Is anything rock solid about the Affordable Care Act?
    The need is to provide affordable healthcare for all Americans is persistent. The part of the law that addresses that is rock solid, although administration and balance of consequences are variable.Let’s begin with the question about the...
  • Eric Cantor
    Complexity of compliance may outstrip capacity to govern ObamaCare
    The intent of ObamaCare is to insure citizens with health insurance that they can afford. That means that insurance premiums are scaled to income. It means that there will be a place in the market where those persons can find a policy for them...
  • Second term
    Fits and starts Presidency of Barack Obama: ObamaCare
    Blame it on the American political system to which President Obama is the leader, he has always said that progress comes in “fits and starts”. The spasmodic Presidency of Barack Obama is rooted in his own management approach. He...