Video - Title II: Obama Wants to Regulate the Internet
In this week's Freedom Minute, CFIF's Renee Giachino discusses Barack Obama's misguided push to have the Federal Communications Commission regulate the Internet like a public utility under telephone and railroad laws drafted in the 1930s - long before the Internet (or computers, for that matter) was even invented.
This week, a federal judge in Oklahoma ruled that the IRS is violating the terms of ObamaCare by giving tax credits to people buying health plans through Healthcare.gov, the federally owned and operated insurance exchange.
The decision by Ronald A. White, a federal district judge, opens up a new front in the fight to weaken the controversial health law.
As written, the text of ObamaCare only makes subsidies – in this case tax credits – available to people purchasing health insurance on a state-based exchange. Critics of the law say that a straightforward application of the text means…
"I used to think most Democrats in Congress who voted for [ObamaCare] really believed they were doing something good for the poor and the middle class. Now I wonder. It's crystal clear that just about everything President Barack Obama promised about his health plan was false, his deception deliberate. If Democrats really cared for the people harmed by the law, you'd think they'd admit their mistake…[more]
—Jack Kelly, Pittsburgh Post-Gazette and The Blade of Toledo Columnist
— Jack Kelly, Pittsburgh Post-Gazette and The Blade of Toledo Columnist