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MEDICAID. States are refusing to sign enrollees for Medicaid due to incomplete information from HealthCare.gov (sub. req’d): States are warning that they may not process Medicaid enrollments from people who have signed up for the health program through the troubled HealthCare.gov site, raising the prospect that several hundred thousand low-income people who thought they had obtained insurance actually […]
For Immediate Release: December 5, 2013 Contact: Mary Vought firstname.lastname@example.org Madison Project PAC Endorses Barry Loudermilk in Georgia’s 11th Congressional District Fort Worth, TX – The Madison Project PAC, the first conservative PAC to endorse Senator Ted Cruz (R-TX) and Matt Bevin (R-KY), announced today that it is supporting state Senator Barry Loudermilk for [...]
If conservatives ever hope to build an enduring majority within the House Republican Conference, they must capitalize on opportunities to win open seats in addition to knocking off fair-weather moderate incumbents. Georgia’s open Senate seat has created a number of vacancies in the House delegation, one of which is Georgia’s 11th district. With Rep. Phil [...]
President Obama made remarks on the economy Wednesday, lamenting inequality in America. Of course, he blames everyone but himself and the big government he promotes for the state of things. Mr. Obama said, “we can’t tackle inequality if the economic pie is shrinking or stagnant.” But as Heritage’s David Azerrad explains, “Free-market economics is not about dividing […]
OBAMACARE EXEMPTIONS. Some of ’s staffers are getting Obamacare exemptions: Democratic Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid, one of Obamacare’s architects and staunchest supporters, is also the only top congressional leader to exempt some of his staff from having to buy insurance through the law’s new exchanges. Reid is the exception among the other top congressional leaders. […]
Original Post: My Favorite St. Louis Tea Party Wasn’t a Tea Party At All.
My son, Jack, crashed into the house about midnight. (Not literally. He just made a lot of noise coming through the door.) “You were on The Daily Show,” he shouted. “I know.” “You know how big a deal that is?” “Well, I was on Glenn Beck and Neill Cavuto, Larry Kudlow . . .” “Dad,… Read more »
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Last week, the Obama administration slapped itself on the back after talks between the United States, Great Britain, France, Russia, China, and Germany produced a somewhat lopsided deal between the West and the Islamic regime of Iran. While…
Will a farm bill be pushed through before the end of the year? Some lawmakers are working to make that a reality, but that accomplishment will not be favorable for taxpayers and consumers. told reporters Monday, “There’s no reason not to get [a farm bill]. Every day we don’t get something done makes it more […]
It’s not surprising that the Chamber of Commerce is running ads on behalf of Senator Mitch McConnell in Kentucky. After all, the Chamber of Commerce is Mitch McConnell – in the sense that they both share an ideology of power instead of principle. As we’ve explained before, the Chamber of Commerce is not conservative, pro-free-market, [...]