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Michael Booth’s #Obamacare conflict of interest at the Denver Post/Colorado Health Foundation.

Michael Booth’s #Obamacare conflict of interest at the Denver Post/Colorado Health Foundation.

  • Jan 13, 2014
  • Source: Red State
  • by: Moe Lane (Diary)

Ach, the tangled skeins of modern journalism/politics/NGOs. Let me walk you through the timeline. First, it just recently came out that Senator Mark Udall’s office tried to strong-arm Colorado’s Division of Insurance back in November into retracting the perfectly-accurate statement that Obamacare caused about 250,000 people to get insurance cancellation notices.

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Democrats and their Pathetic Unemployment Decoy

Democrats and their Pathetic Unemployment Decoy

  • Jan 8, 2014
  • Source: Red State
  • by: Daniel Horowitz (Diary)

It’s understandable why Democrats would feel embarrassed about unemployment. 

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Times Ignores Evidence of Al Qaeda Link to Benghazi

Times Ignores Evidence of Al Qaeda Link to Benghazi

Let’s start by giving David Kirkpatrick credit. Kirkpatrick, the Cairo bureau chief of the New York Times and author of this weekend’s much-discussed piece on Benghazi, provides many new on-the-ground, minute-by-minute details of the attacks and the weeks and months leading up to them.

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Mary Landrieu expected for Energy chair, #Keystone approval, defeat in re-election.

Mary Landrieu expected for Energy chair, #Keystone approval, defeat in re-election.

  • 12/27/2013 12:00 AM
  • Source: Moe Lane
  • by: Moe Lane (Diary)

Senator Mary Landrieu of Louisiana will probably become the chairman of the Senate Energy and Natural Resources Committee early next year, giving the gavel to a lawmaker with deep ties to home-state oil producers and refiners.

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New York Times *finally* tells its readers: #Obamacare is awful for the middle class.

New York Times *finally* tells its readers: #Obamacare is awful for the middle class.

  • Dec 21, 2013
  • Source: Red State
  • by: Moe Lane (Diary)

The New York Times is starting to get a bit nervous about this health care law thing. Ginger Chapman and her husband, Doug, are sitting on the health care cliff.

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Evil Preaches Tolerance Until It Is Dominant, Then Seeks to Silence Good

Evil Preaches Tolerance Until It Is Dominant, Then Seeks to Silence Good

  • 12/20/2013 09:31 AM
  • Source: Red State
  • by: Erick Erickson (Diary)

In 1987, Andre Sarano took a photograph of Christ on the cross in a jar of urine. It won the Southeastern Center for Contemporary Art’s “Awards in the Visual Arts” competition, which was sponsored in part by taxpayers.

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Will the GOP Be Forced to Own the Cuts to Veterans Benefits?

Will the GOP Be Forced to Own the Cuts to Veterans Benefits?

  • Dec 18, 2013
  • Source: Red State
  • by: Erick Erickson (Diary)

Republicans in the Senate want to restore veterans benefits to the Paul Ryan – Patty Murray Budget plan. Harry Reid is blocking the amendment so Republicans are blaming Harry Reid for cutting veterans benefits. That is intellectually dishonest of the GOP.

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The GOP answer to Obamacare

The GOP answer to Obamacare

Obama's claims that Republicans have not presented an alternative plan are false.

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Unleashing America's energy and economic potential on federal lands

Unleashing America's energy and economic potential on federal lands

  • Nov 20, 2013
  • Source: Breitbart
  • by: Rep. Doc Hastings (R-WA)

With millions of Americans still looking for work, growing debts and deficits, and energy prices that are still far too high, the United States needs to implement an all-of-the-above energy plan to responsibly harness our Nation’s energy resources on federal lands.

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NAPOLITANO: Why our states write their own laws

NAPOLITANO: Why our states write their own laws

One of the bedrocks of our governmental infrastructure is federalism. This is the constitutional recognition of the legal origins of the United States as a union of independent states. America started, of course, with 13 colonies, which became 13 states, and gradually added 37 additional states.

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Obama cares little for relationship with top military leadership

Obama cares little for relationship with top military leadership

I recall asking one general, recently back from Afghanistan, if he’d shared his experiences and insights with the president. Rolling his eyes, he told me grimly that the White House preferred the military to be seen but not heard.

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Virginia race a huge victory for the Tea Party

Virginia race a huge victory for the Tea Party

The Virginia gubernatorial race was a huge victory for the Tea Party movement. Wait a minute! Democrat McAuliffe “won,” you say. How could this be a victory for the Tea Party movement and a positive precursor for the 2014 mid-terms? Here’s how.

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U.S. Energy: Rewriting the global narrative

U.S. Energy: Rewriting the global narrative

The American energy revolution has the potential to significantly alter the global status quo to the advantage of the U.S.

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Will Tuesday's elections be a 'blow to Conservatism?'

Will Tuesday's elections be a 'blow to Conservatism?'

  • Nov 3, 2013
  • Source: The Blaze
  • by: Fred Lucas

Perhaps the only things as predictable as the results of Tuesday’s governors’ races in New Jersey and Virginia could be the media’s reaction to them.

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Gingrich: GOP, press failed on ACA

Gingrich: GOP, press failed on ACA

  • Nov 4, 2013
  • Source: POLITICO
  • by: Lucy McCalmont

"I think we didn't do our job as an opposition party and the press didn't do its job."

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