If Paul Ryan were a Peanuts character, he’d be the guy who pulls the football out of the way just as he himself is about to kick it.
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Another challenge to the Health and Human Services contraception mandate landed in federal court Monday in a case brought by the group Priests for Life, along with some individual plaintiffs.
Barack Obama covered himself with praise in a statement released on the White House website trumpeting his success in bailing out the auto industry. There’s just one little problem with Obama’s rose-colored view: he never admitted that taxpayers lost $10 billion on the bailout of GM.
Leaders are preparing to unveil a budget deal that could be quickly jammed through the House.
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The federal health care overhaul was central to President Obama's two campaigns for the White House, and has been the defining achievement -- for better or worse -- of his presidency.
“I don’t care too much for money; money can’t buy me love.” So goes the refrain in the classic Beatles hit. The Fab Four were wise beyond their years, and their wisdom could fairly be applied to the perpetual debate about the effect of money on American politics. As the evidence tends to show, not only can’t money buy love, it can’t buy elections or policy outcomes, either.
"President Obama famously promised, if you like your doctor, you can keep your doctor. Doesn't that turn out to be just as false, just as misleading, as his promise about if you like your plan, you can keep your plan? Isn't it a fact, sir, that a number, most, in fact, of the Obamacare health plans that are being offered on the exchanges exclude a number of doctors and hospitals to lower costs?"
President Obama on Thursday urged young people to sign up for Obamacare, telling them they would realize the benefits are “priceless.”