Thank gridlock for economic turnaround
The Obama Boom is finally here.
Supreme Court May Have Saved Obamacare, but It Doomed Young Americans’ Health Care Options
Six Americans in black robes have, yet again, saved the Affordable Care Act (ACA) from a major crisis, but the most important part of this story for young people is their atrocious ruling will cause significant problems for the nation’s youngest and healthiest citizens.
Court Backs Property Rights for a Change
Do property rights rulings make amends for decade-old miscue?
Supreme Court Lets Obama Administration Say Words Don’t Mean What They Say
For most people, words mean what they say. But not necessarily for a majority of Supreme Court justices in two important decisions handed down Thursday. In the most prominent, King v. Burwell, Chief Justice John Roberts, writing for a 6-3 majority, | Read More »
On Obamacare, John Roberts Helps Overthrow the Constitution
Conservatives are dismayed about the Supreme Court’s complicity in rewriting the Affordable Care Act — its ratification of the IRS’s disregard of the statute’s plain and purposeful language. But they have contributed to this outcome. Their decades of populist praise of judicial deference to the political branches has borne this sour fruit.
The Media’s Vile Attacks On Conservative Assimilationists
I have had enough of smug liberal elites wrapped in their “Celebrate Diversity” banners tearing down minority conservatives.
Hillary Clinton’s Dodginess is Overpowering Her Message
Hillary Clinton’s reticence is drowning out her message, which is that she is the cure for the many ailments that afflict the United States during a second Democratic presidential term. Sen. Charles Schumer (D-N.Y.) has called her “the most opaque person you’ll ever meet in your life,” but when opacity yields to the necessity of answering questions, here are a few:
‘Innovation Boxes’ Will Help US Economy Stay On Top
On the Department of Commerce’s headquarters in Washington, D.C., an 1858 quote from Abraham Lincoln is inscribed in the marble exterior wall. The patent system, Lincoln said, “added the fuel of interest to the fire of genius.”
Consumer Financial Protection Bureau Seeks to Hurt Consumers
I’ve done it myself. More than once.
Islamic Hate for the Christian Cross
Last May in Italy, a Muslim boy of African origin beat a 12-year-old girl during school because she was wearing a crucifix around her neck. The African schoolboy, who had only started to attend the school approximately three weeks earlier, began to bully the Christian girl—“insulting her and picking on her in other ways all because she was wearing the crucifix”—before he finally “punched the girl violently in the back.”
Financial Fallout Mounts from Baltimore’s Riot
Insured property damage caused by the recent rioting in Baltimore has hit $23.9 million and is destined to rise, especially with business interruption claims still unknown, according to the latest figures from the Insurance Information Institute.