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Issa to Investigate Pro-ObamaCare ‘Census-Gate’

Darrell Issa (R-CA), Chairman of the House Government Oversight & Reform Committee, wants the Census Bureau to explain why it failed to tell Congress that it would change the way it measures whether people have health insurance in the same year ObamaCare goes into effect.

The new survey produces a lower uninsured rate than previous versions asked by the Census Bureau. The concern is that the new lower numbers will make ObamaCare enrollment figures now and the in the future appear to be higher than they would have had the same questions been asked.

“A two-percent adjustment in the nationwide uninsured rate would represent a change in status for six million Americans and could be used in misleading arguments about the coverage impact of the Affordable Care Act,” Issa wrote in a letter…[more]

April 18, 2014 • 04:10 pm
The “Equal Pay for Equal Work” Myth

The “Equal Pay for Equal Work” Myth

How could it be that members of the fairer sex have managed to make such strides in the worlds of business, education and politics, yet still labor for only about three-fourths of the wages of their male counterparts? Put simply … it can’t.

Obama’s Medicare Politics Show Ryan Is Right on Policy

Obama’s Medicare Politics Show Ryan Is Right on Policy

If the Obama administration could be persuaded to delay parts of ObamaCare that hurt businesses and younger individuals... then it could certainly put off defunding a program that covers one-in-three American seniors.

From the NAACP to Mozilla: Anonymity and First Amendment Freedom

From the NAACP to Mozilla: Anonymity and First Amendment Freedom

[I]t once again highlights how anonymity in political participation is critical to preserve, not reduce or eliminate.

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ObamaCare Enrollment Numbers: Why the Administration's Celebration is Premature

Sally Pipes, President, CEO and Taube Fellow in Health Care Studies at the Pacific Research Institute, discusses how the Obama Administration's enrollment figure celebration for ObamaCare's insurance exchanges is premature, why four years of ObamaCare failures is long enough and her testimony[more]
The Real Winners on Tax Day: Wind Companies

Myron Ebell, Director of the Competitive Enterprise Institute's Center on Energy and Environment, discusses how wind companies are still reaping benefits from taxpayers despite the expiration of the multi-billion dollar wind energy production tax credit and the contradictory positions in the United[more]
Actions Speak Louder than Words: Obama's Threat Against Russia's Increasing Aggression in Ukraine

Robert Zarate, Policy Director of the Foreign Policy Initiative, discusses the U.S. response to Russia's continued aggression in Ukraine, Russia's end game and what's next[more]
Why the NCAA Should Defend Against Athlete Unionization

Timothy Lee, CFIF's Senior Vice President of Legal and Public Affairs, discusses what is wrong with the NLRB's regional ruling that scholarship football players are employees and eligible to form a union[more]
Will Labor Unions Take Over College Football?

CFIF's Renee Giachino takes aim at the recent National Labor Relations Board ruling allowing college football players at Northwestern University to unionize...[more]
Will IRS Lawlessness End ObamaCare?

CFIF's Renee Giachino explains how a pending lawsuit challenging certain ObamaCare IRS subsidies not explicitly authorized in the Affordable Care Act could doom the entire health…[more]
"A Smidgen of Corruption" at the IRS

CFIF's Renee Giachino discusses the IRS's targeting of conservatives and makes the case that, despite President Obama's claim, there appears to be a lot more than "…[more]
Comcast-Time Warner Merger: Antitrust Hysteria

CFIF's Renee Giachino discusses the irrational antitrust hysteria by critics of Comcast's proposed purchase of Time Warner Cable and explains why their concerns are baseless…[more]
Dumbing Democracy Down

CFIF's Renee Giachino discusses the disturbing level of civic illiteracy in the United States and offers some advice on what all of us can do to help spread the word about the…[more]
The Inequality Illusion

CFIF's Renee Giachino explains how President Obama's push for higher taxes, bigger government and expanded welfare programs is the wrong approach to help the greatest number…[more]
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The annual White House Easter Egg Roll was reinstituted following a 12-year hiatus by which one of the following Presidents?
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"Democratic rhetoric is becoming ever more desperate and overheated as we approach the November midterm elections. ...  What is going on? Increasingly, journalists who cover the White House are concluding that the smears are part of a conscious strategy to distract voters from Obamacare, the sluggish economy, and foreign-policy reverses; the attacks are intended, the thinking goes, to drive up resentment…[more]
—John Fund, National Review Online National-Affairs Columnist
— John Fund, National Review Online National-Affairs Columnist
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