All posts tagged "Obamacare"

  • Politics
    For Libs, nothing is ever enough

    (Fred Weinberg) – Just when NBC’s Chuck Todd worked himself into an on-air orgasm over the President’s good week last week, handed to him by the Supreme Court, the Supremes brought the nation’s chief lame duck up short on his serious agenda—the EPA’s attempt at raising our electricity prices to previously unknown heights....

  • Opinion
    The Day the Earth stood still

    (Rich Galen, Mullings.com) – I was very, very disappointed as I awoke Friday morning. I turned on CNN then Fox, then MSNBC, even Bloomberg looking for some report of a flying saucer having landed on the National Mall near the Washington Monument. I even practiced saying Klaatu barada nikto in case it missed...

  • Opinion
    Let’s take on ACA

    (Robert Kessler) – A few comments in response to Brian Aiken’s letter about the Affordable Care Act (ObamaCare)  (LVRJ, 5/26/15). Mr. Aiken rebutted Rep. Dina Titus’ comments that Republicans have no alternatives to ObamaCare. Aiken pointed out the problems with Dina Titus’ argument. First, that ObamaCare passed without a single Republican vote. Clearly, the Democrats...

  • Politics
    Why I don’t believe the April jobs report – and neither should you

    (Wayne Allyn Root) – It’s getting really embarrassing. It’s hard to believe this is America. The media no longer prints the truth, they just print whatever lies make Obama look best. Are we living in a Banana Republic, where the media covers up for a tin pot dictator named Obama? The economy is...

  • Government
    Obama Resurrects Death Tax, Targets Family Farmers

    (Chuck Muth) – If there’s anything more quintessentially American than baseball, hot dogs, apple pie and Chevrolet,...

  • Government
    Supreme Court Ruling Gives States An ‘Out’ Of Obamacare

    (Geoffrey Lawrence/NPRI) – Few decisions of the U.S. Supreme Court have captured the public interest as did...

  • Government
    A Truly Sad Day For America

    This letter was sent to all the justices of the United States Supreme Court. – Ed. Chief Justice The Supreme Court of the United States One First Street NE Washington, DC 20543 July 21, 2012 Dear Chief Justice: Now that the nation has had time to recover from its collective shock of...

  • Government
    Will The U.S. Become Like Canada?

    (Jim Clark) – I just finished a visit to our neighbor on the northern border, Canada, and spent some time delving into how a country that had, in the past, plunged headlong into a European style socialist democracy, was dealing with the resulting damages now that the Conservatives have been in power...

  • Politics
    GOP Congressmen Ask States To Delay Creating Health Care Exchanges

    (Sean Whaley/Nevada News Bureau) – A letter from 12 U.S. Senators and 61 members of the House to the nation’s governors asking them to oppose the creation of health care exchanges under the Affordable Care Act comes too late to have any effect in Nevada. No members of Nevada’s Congressional delegation signed the...

  • Government
    ObamaCare Crushes All Pretense of Liberty, But Wait Till the Taxman Cometh

    (Thomas Mitchell/4TH ST8) You can kiss your liberty good-bye. I was glad to see Mark Hutchison, the attorney who represented Nevada in the lawsuit against ObamaCare when Attorney General Catherine Cortez Masto took an unconstitutional powder, use the word “liberty” in his analysis today of the Supreme Court ruling. That is the...

  • Opinion
    They Were 56 Angry White Guys And We’re Damn Proud Of Them

    (Fred Weinberg/The Penny Press) – They were members of a U.S. Congress but they probably never needed to raise a dime to get there. Yet, compared to what passes for today’s Congress, the 56 angry white men who, 236 years ago this week, declared that the United States of America would become...

  • Government
    We Have Not Yet Begun To Fight

    (Andy Matthews/NPRI) – So … how you feeling today? Shocked? Outraged? A little depressed? All I can say is: Shake it off. We’ve got a lot of work to do. In a 5-4 decision that surprised many observers (this one included), the U.S. Supreme Court yesterday upheld the core provisions of the...

  • Politics
    Wear A Black Ribbon, Mourn The Loss Of Constitutional Freedom

    (Dr. Annette Teijeiro was a candidate for Senate District 5. She is promoting a new project we thought you would like to know about. – Ed.) Hello Everyone, I hope that you will join me in wearing a Black Ribbon of mourning for the loss of our Constitutional Freedom. This is a...