By: Betsy McCaughey Members of Congress are brazenly insisting the laws they pass apply to everyone but themselves. Republicans and Democrats, who can agree on almost nothing else,…
By: Betsy McCaughey President Obama used his weekly Saturday radio address to mark the 131st anniversary of Labor Day. He swore his “highest priority” is to “reverse forces…
President Obama’s brazen refusal to “take care that the laws be faithfully executed” is inciting Washington insiders to use the “I” word: Impeachment.
At his press conference last Friday, President Obama said that when Congress won’t agree to what he wants, he will act alone.
Who says Obama and members of both parties can’t agree on anything? Members of Congress are brazenly insisting the laws they pass apply to everyone but themselves.
The Congressional Budget Office last week released its calculation of the impact of the Obama administration’s decision to delay ObamaCare’s employer mandate for one year.
Two weeks ago, the House Appropriations Committee stripped the scandal ridden Internal Revenue Service of nearly one quarter of its 2014 budget as punishment for its targeting of political groups and its costly boondoggles.
On July 3, the Obama administration said that it won’t enforce the Affordable Care Act’s employer mandate until 2015, though the law says it must start Jan 1, 2014.
Earlier this week, the Urban Institute released a simulated model of what the Affordable Care Act would cost minus the employer mandate.
On July 3, the Obama administration quietly revealed that it will not enforce the Affordable Care Act’s employer mandate until 2015, though the law unambiguously requires that it go into effect Jan. 1, 2014.
President Obama last weekend told a Capetown audience that South Africa’s heroes – Steve Biko and Albert Luthuli – inspired him to enter politics.
The Obama administration suspended the employer mandate to divert the disaster of severe under enrollment in the exchanges this October.