Category Archives: Miscellaneous

White House report: Tennesee men face 290%, women 197% Obamacare hike

IRS rides 1884 ‘dead horse’ law to defense of tax preparer rules

Senate Democrats Not Hearing from Ted Cruz’s Grassroots Army Yet

Quarter Of Americans Using Social Media For News

Mcconnell Won’t Support Cruz On Senate Test Vote

Vandals torch Ronald Reagan statue at California park

Pew poll: Public would blame GOP, White House nearly equally for government shutdown

Lois Lerner retires from IRS

Will Congress heed the warning on their Obamacare exemptions?

Ala. Residents Won’t Get Any Details About ‘Obamacare’ Plans Before Insurance Options Go Online Oct. 1

Cruz Details Senate Strategy to Defund Obamacare | Video

Treasury: We’ve Kept Debt Exactly $16,699,396,000,000 For 4 Months

Washington Sees Incomes Soar as Most of U.S. Declines

Ted Cruz Punches Back: The senator defends his effort to defund Obamacare.

Senate sees a way forward on government funding bill

Boehner: No Debt Limit Increase Without Cuts

Boehner challenges Senate GOP to ‘get the job done’ on defunding

House To Vote On Stopgap Funding Bill, ‘Obamacare’

Here’s The Truth: The Government Doesn’t Shut Down

GOP fight spreads to the Senate

Tom DeLay verdict overturned by Texas appellate court

57 percent believe in the devil, 72 percent for blacks, 61 percent for women

House cancels recess, returning Sept. 25

A Revised GOP Attack On ‘Obamacare’ | AP

Obama Admin. Starts Preparations For Shutdown

Obama to ask business leaders to push Congress to raise debt limit

GOP legislators sue Gov. Brewer over Medicaid expansion

    Maricopa Monitor: Outvoted by their colleagues, 36 Republican legislators are now asking a judge to invalidate the Medicaid expansion plan that they were unable to block politically. The lawsuit filed Thursday in Maricopa County Superior Court against Gov. Jan Brewer contends the levy she pushed lawmakers to approve on hospitals to fund the expansion is a tax or, at the very least, a new state fee or assessment. And that, challengers say, means it needed a two-thirds vote, something it did not get.

  • Posted: 09/17/2013
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House Republicans divided on when to battle ObamaCare

Warren Buffett: Scrap Obamacare and Start Over

Uh oh: WH Rejects Unions’ Obamacare Demands

C.S. Lewis, From Atheist To Hot Christian Author

    Investors Business Daily: On Nov. 22, 1963, a week before his 65th birthday, Lewis died of kidney failure. His death received little attention, overshadowed by the assassination of President Kennedy. This fall, on the 50th anniversary of his death, Lewis will join some of Britain’s greatest writers when a memorial honoring him will be placed in the Poets’ Corner of Westminster Abbey in London.

  • Posted: 09/16/2013
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Angry House Republicans demand better communication from leaders

CNN Poll: Large Majority Opposes ‘All’ or ‘Most’ Obamacare Provisions

LGBT city council candidates score historic wins in NYC election | LGBTQ Nation

Feds monitoring 4 of 5 credit card transactions

Fla. officials under fire for impeding ObamaCare ‘navigators’

Senate panel advances media shield bill

Boehner: No resolution on spending bill

Forty-three House Republicans back bill to defund ObamaCare

ACLU To Launch “Constitution Day, Brought To You By The ACLU”

ABCs Of Obamacare: A Glossary For Consumers | AP

Poll: Support for Obamacare dropping

Gold Club loses its motion to stop new adult business ordinances in Horry County

Federal Judge Rules Wisconsin Law Limiting Public-Sector Bargaining Power Constitutional

Obamacare Rules for Congress May Be Delayed

A conversation with William Lamb, defense attorney in gay marriage federal lawsuit

Searching for votes, GOP House Leaders delay Obamacare funding vote

Senator: ‘we Can Stop This Law!’ Tea party rallies to ‘Exempt America’ from Obamcare

Labor official pushes AFL-CIO for firmer rebuke of ObamaCare

House GOP struggles to sell ObamaCare plan to conservatives

Colorado Senate President John Morse, state Sen. Angela Giron ousted for gun control moves

Republicans seek 1-year delay for more of Obamacare

Who’s backing the ACLU’s lawsuit against the NSA? High-profile conservatives.

DC Circuit skeptical of FCC’s Internet access rules

Get ready for exchanges, retirees: From company plans to medicare

Senators question bypass of hiring guidelines to implement ObamaCare

Postal Unions oppose healthcare changes in Senate Bill

Warning: Obamacare May Be Hazardous to Your Health | Heritage Foundation

Thune Introduces Bill to Ensure Unions Don’t Get Obamacare Exemption

Congressional staffers say low pay, long hours has them eying new jobs

Effort to defund ObamaCare tries to regain its momentum this week

Tea Party Groups Nationwide Unite Against American Attack On Syria

IRS issues rules for employer mandate under ObamaCare

With new grass-roots muscle, Heritage Foundation stirs the base and alienates allies

Founders made defunding ‘the most complete and effectual weapon’

Sen. Rubio claims HHS planning $8.7 million ad buy to promote ObamaCare

Bloodbath: 40,000 Union Members Leave AFL-CIO Over Obamacare

Labor union frustration boils over with president on ObamaCare

Who’s A Victim Of Human Sex Trafficking?

Our Challenges: A symposium on the future of First Things.

    First Things: First things remain first things. The dignity of the human person, the joys and duties of the religious life, the harmony of faith and reason, the profound, indispensible contributions that theologically serious citizens can make to a demo­cratic, pluralistic society: All these and more remain unchanging truths. But the context in which we bear witness to these things has changed since Richard John Neuhaus began First Things nearly twenty-five years ago.

  • Posted: 08/30/2013
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D.C. Circuit Rejects FOIA Access to White House Visitor Logs

Why we need a convention of the states now: Michael Farris parts ways with friend Phyllis Schlafly over Article V