By Mark Tapscott | 11/21/13 09:07 AM
Political shock waves from the exploding Obamacare myth that "if you like your plan, you can keep it" are laying waste to all in a concentric path through American liberalism.
By Mark Tapscott | 11/20/13 09:07 AM
Nobody knows for sure how much the federal government loses annually to waste, fraud, and incompetence, but the tab just for improper payments by Medicare last year was nearly $30 billion.
By Mark Tapscott | 11/19/13 08:56 AM
Republicans face two big dilemmas regarding the 2014 and 2016 elections, and how they resolve each of them will likely shape the results in both contests. The first dilemma concerns how to approach the Obamacare crisis. Should the Republicans in the House and Senate simply sit back and watch...
By Mark Tapscott | 11/18/13 08:34 AM
That earthquake tremor centered in Louisiana over the weekend was another indication that the Washington Republican establishment may be in nearly as much trouble as the Democrats.
By Mark Tapscott | 11/15/13 10:02 AM
House Republicans are expected to approve the Upton bill to "fix" Obamacare's cancellation of health insurance plans bought by an estimated five million Americans.
By Mark Tapscott | 11/14/13 09:11 AM
Six weeks into Obamacare, it appears Sen. Max Baucus may well have been understating things when he predicted "a train wreck."
By Mark Tapscott | 11/13/13 09:02 AM
Public distrust of government, especially Congress, is at record lows, but journalists laboring in the traditional news media aren't in much better shape.
By Mark Tapscott | 11/12/13 08:25 AM
Democrats in Congress are preparing a new proposal to hike the minimum wage to $10.10, with the increases to come in three steps ending in 2015.
By Mark Tapscott | 11/11/13 09:02 AM
Secretary of State John Kerry is saying this morning that a deal with Iran was done, but the Iranians "couldn't take it." Yesterday, Kerry was saying "no deal is better than a bad deal, and we are certainly adhering to that concept."
By Mark Tapscott | 11/08/13 09:20 AM
Wonder what's really going on in American politics? Odds are good these days that it's the opposite of the traditional media's conventional wisdom. Here's why: Millennials are the ascending cohort and are steadily displacing Baby Boomers as the prime movers of election strategizing. But when...
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