The Strange Link Between Obamacare and Food Stamps

Ever since Obamacare has been implemented, food stamp usage has increased, seemingly disconnected from the “improving” economy: In most affected states, the enrollment increases were not huge, ranging from 1 percent to 6 percent over two years, according to an Associated Press analysis. The sole exception was Nevada, where enrollment shot up 14 percent. The […]

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Democrats Seeking Relief from Obamacare Penalties

It’s begun. Some Democrat lawmakers are already seeking relief from Obamacare penalties for their constituents: Three senior House members told The Associated Press that they plan to strongly urge the administration to grant a special sign-up opportunity for uninsured taxpayers who will be facing fines under the law for the first time this year. The […]

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IRS Hires CGI Federal, the Same Company that Flubbed Healthcare.gov!

What in the world? I know that civil government is famous for inefficiency, over-spending, corruption, larceny, and just plain stupid, but this beggars belief. After the feds fired CGI Federal for its very expensive and ultimately botched design of Healthcare.gov, the IRS awarded the same company a $4.5 million contract to create its Obamacare tax […]

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Obama Tries to Distance Himself from Gruber

Maybe Jonathan Gruber was a little too honest when he said that voter stupidity and a lack of transparency were the keys to the passage of the Affordable Care Act, aka Obamacare. But Obama can’t be accused of the same thing. He’s been distancing himself from Gruber ever since Gruber’s confessional video went viral. When […]

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UN Moving Toward International Tobacco Tax

People like to think that moral events can be isolated. They think somehow that the abortion holocaust has only to do with unborn babies and doesn’t relate to sexual morality, worker demographics, and racial tension (among other things). And they think that socialized healthcare affects only the ability of poor people to procure health services. […]

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Medical Records Theft: Another Unintended Effect of Obamacare?

According to a recent article in Yahoo!, your medical records might be more valuable to an identity thief than your credit card info. There are a few reasons for that, but one of the most interesting is that there is a lot of money to be made from civil government healthcare handouts. And since medical […]

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Medicare Costs Are Going Down: Thanks, Obamacare?

While national spending on health care is sky-rocketing, we can be thankful to Obamacare for one thing: the direct costs of Medicare are not projected to be quite as high as the Congressional Budget Office once thought. Why is that? And some [of the decrease in Medicare spending is] because of cuts in health care […]

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