By Philip Klein | 06/30/14 06:36 PM
Monday's ruling by the U.S. Supreme Court against the Obama administration's contraception mandate may have been a defeat for liberals, but Democrats are already treating it as a political gold mine. Democrats hope to recreate the "War on Women" narrative that helped them in the 2012 election...
By Philip Klein | 06/30/14 12:30 PM
The opinion didn't establish any broad new Constitutional principles, but rather ruled that the contraception mandate violated the Religious Freedom and Restoration Act.
By Philip Klein | 06/27/14 12:09 PM
As the broader economy floundered over the past several years, one area has boomed: the proliferation of outrageously stupid articles on the Internet.
By Philip Klein | 06/26/14 06:03 PM
Liberals have consistently dismissed as political posturing any charges by Republicans that Obama has violated the U.S. Constitution by frequently bypassing Congress. But the decision in the NLRB v. Noel Canning case shows that there's more to the GOP's claims than liberals care to acknowledge.
By Philip Klein | 06/25/14 09:49 AM
Health care spending actually shrunk 1.4 percent during the first quarter of the year, the Bureau of Economic Analysis now says, after previously saying it soared 9.1 percent -- a massive revision that will shake up the debate over how President Obama's health care law is affecting medical spending.
By Philip Klein | 06/24/14 12:09 PM
Health care policy watchers are still waiting for what could be the most important court ruling of the year on Obamacare -- but it isn't Sebelius v. Hobby Lobby, the contraception mandate case. Though a U.S. Supreme Court decision on Hobby Lobby could have significant implications for...
By Philip Klein | 06/23/14 01:34 PM
Hillary Clinton has stepped in it again. After previously trying to justify her six-figure speaking fees by claiming she and Bill Clinton were “dead broke” when leaving the White House, she's come under fire for stating that she wasn't that “well-off.” This has led to a spate of...
By Philip Klein | 06/22/14 12:25 PM
Some of the most important cases argued before the Supreme Court this term are still left undecided. Opinions are set to be released on Monday, Wednesday, Thursday and June 30, the last day of the term. Here's a list of cases left to be decided that could have major impact on a wide range of...
By Philip Klein | 06/20/14 03:49 PM
A new Wall Street Journal/NBC poll showing Americans with shattered confidence in President Obama's ability to lead may be bad news for him, but it's worse news for liberalism. In his 2008 campaign, Obama sought to make the election about more than merely voting for another Democrat. He spoke...
By Philip Klein | 06/20/14 03:48 PM
As the headlines connecting him to a "criminal scheme" tell it, Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker is in hot water, dealing a blow to his 2014 re-election chances and any future presidential ambitions. But when one looks past the sensationalistic reporting on the issue, it’s clear the reality is...
By Philip Klein | 06/19/14 03:57 PM
On March 5, 2009, when President Obama began his push for health care legislation at a White House forum, he faced a challenge.
By Philip Klein | 06/19/14 06:15 PM
For good reason, conservatives lamented the fact that House Republicans on Thursday voted to replace Rep. Eric Cantor, R-Va., as majority leader with his hand picked successor, Rep. Kevin McCarthy, R-Calif.
By Philip Klein | 06/16/14 05:37 PM
A new report from liberal think tank the Commonwealth Fund released on Monday ranks the United States health care system as the worst among 11 developed countries, but the report is deeply flawed. The first giveaway that something is amiss should be the fact that the United Kingdom ranks as...
By Philip Klein | 06/13/14 04:35 PM
More than two years of emails sent by Lois Lerner, the former official at the center of a scandal involving the Internal Revenue Service targeting conservative groups, have been lost, the IRS informed the House Ways and Means Committee.
By Philip Klein | 06/13/14 03:57 PM
Rep. Raul Labrador, R-Idaho, has decided to enter the race for House majority leader, presenting both a risk and opportunity for conservatives.
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