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  • Courts issue conflicting rulings on major piece of Obamacare

    Two federal appeals courts issued conflicting rulings over federal subsidies awarded in the 36 states where the U.S. government runs the Obamacare health exchanges, raising expectations that the issue will wind up in the Supreme Court.

  • Big Ideas: On homelessness, strippers and 3D printing

    With inadequate housing or shelter options, many homeless people are forced to live out of doors and in public places.

  • GOP lawmaker says Chamber of Commerce in China's pocket

    It's not every day that a House Republican charges that the U.S. Chamber of Commerce is "in the pocket of Communist China."

  • EPA charged with destroying emails to aid Obama re-election

    Conservative talker Mark Levin's legal unit, in a battle with the Environmental Protection Agency over allegations it delayed politically damaging regulatory moves until after President Obama's reelection, has charged that agency big shots are destroying key emails and texts to hide those efforts.

  • Congress won't give Obama what he wants to handle border crisis

    Not only is President Obama not going to get the $3.7 billion he wants to deal with a surge of migrant children on the southern border, he'll be lucky if he gets anything soon.

  • Scotland's bid for independence puts White House in awkward diplomatic spot

    The United States' longstanding "special relationship" with the United Kingdom is being tested as Scotland prepares to vote on whether to become independent after a 307-year political union with Britain.

  • Why Malaysian Airlines crash was not a game-changer, after all

    For President Obama, the crash of a Malaysian Airlines flight in Ukraine wasn't really a game-changer. Even as global anger against Russian President Vladimir Putin has grown for his indirect role in the crash, Obama hasn't spent much political capital pressing the issue, while Europe remains...

  • Clinton, Clinton, Clinton! Read all about Hillary

    It's the summer of Hillary Clinton -- but not exactly on her terms.

  • Reversing the decline in small business lending

    While small business lending often declines during a recession, recent regulatory changes may well result in a permanent decline in bank lending to small business.

  • The pros and cons of reauthorizing the Export-Import Bank

    Depending on who you talk to, the Ex-Im Bank is either a financial support that U.S. exporters need to compete globally -- or government interference in the private-sector lending market, primarily helping big companies that don't need it.

  • Dodd-Frank at war with itself

    The difficulty of Dodd-Frank implementation is not primarily the regulators' fault; the problem comes from Dodd-Frank's determination to rely on government regulation as a cure for government policy distortions. Instead, let's work on getting rid of the distortions that encourage people to behave...

  • Thank Prohibition for the craft beer boom

    Led by brewpubs and microbreweries, the number of U.S. breweries has doubled since 2007 to roughly 3,000, according to the Brewers Association, with hundreds more under construction.

  • Obama's six-year itch

    As troubles mount at home and abroad, Obama instead focuses on fundraisers and his vacation on Martha's Vineyard.

  • Obama's laid-back style at times of crisis

    President Obama's quiet response to emergencies piling up both at home and abroad should come as no surprise.

  • Republicans can't leave unmarried Americans behind

    There has to be a way to push sensible limited-government policy reforms without making unmarried Americans feel left out.



From the Weekly Standard

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    Say what you will about Barack Obama, but his approach to the Middle East has been ruthlessly consistent.  He was elected on the promise to end America’s involvement in the post-9/11 wars in Iraq...

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  • On the Origin of ISIS

    The Islamic State in Iraq and Syria, the terrorist army many thousand strong now rampaging through the Levant, embraces such an extreme, violent ideology that it makes even al Qaeda squeamish,...

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  • McConnell Aide Resigns As Ron Paul Scandal Develops

    Just before the start of the Labor Day holiday weekend, the reelection campaign for Mitch McConnell of Kentucky announced its campaign manager, Jesse Benton, was resigning. Benton was leaving the...

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