Obamacare’s Chief Architect Threatens Stability of the Law

Following the D.C. Circuit Court’s decision this week that Obamacare subsidies could not be offered in states that didn’t set up their own exchanges, pundits have lined up to offer their opinion of what the drafters meant. By and large the reaction on the left has been to agree that Obamacare is inarticulately worded, but…
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Halbig’s Lesson for Democrats: Words Matter

Early in 2013 Democrats thought they had a winning political strategy: Paint the GOP as incapable of running government. POLITICO’s Alexander Burns reported: Democrats, facing a challenging fight to retake the House of Representatives in 2014, see a promising new line of attack rising out of the fiscal cliff follies: casting the Republican congressional majority as…
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Obama's Attack on Nonexistent Oil "Subsidies" Threatens to Drive Gas Prices Higher

There are some myths that just won’t die. The idea that we only use 10 percent of our brain, that searing meat seals in juices, that camels store water in their humps, or that Einstein flunked math, are all tall tales that society cannot seem to let go of regardless of the evidence in front…
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