Democrats Are Attempting to Downplay Scandals, But Voters Aren’t Buying It

The IRS scandal rages on. The latest flare up in the investigation is the IRS claiming that thousands of Lois Lerner’s emails have suddenly disappeared, essentially stalling the investigation and leaving no clear pathway toward the truth. House Ways and Means Chairman Dave Camp expressed just how ridiculous this whole thing has become in a…
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After Disastrous Audit Shinseki Steps Down

Last week President Obama was noncommittal about the ongoing scandal at Veterans Affairs hospitals throughout the country. In a press conference he prefaced his remarks with things like “if these allegations prove to be true” and the “possibility that folks intentionally withheld information“ and the “possibility that somebody was trying to manipulate the data.” But…
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Our Passive President

The fallout of the Fast & Furious scandal largely took place in Mexico. The IRS scandal was too complicated. The Benghazi scandal got bogged down in questions over talking points. The AP scandal morphed into a debate between privacy and security. And the myriad Obamacare scandals have largely faded from newsprint for little reason other…
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The VA Scandal Should Put An End to Any Talk of Government-Run Healthcare

Obamacare needs to be dismantled and replaced with market-driven reforms, the kind that harness the collective power of consumers to drive price competition and change. But after the recent revelations attending the Veterans Affairs hospital scandals one thing has come into clearer focus – America cannot allow Democrats to move us any closer to socialized…
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