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Published Thursday, March 11, 2010
Listen in as IFL Senior Fellow in Political Economy Roger Morse decodes DC in his debut podcast. Today, Morse breaks down the President's shift away from his promised focus on jobs and the economy to reinvigorate his plans to nationalize health care (which is certain to kill health care, jobs, AND the economy!). That podcast can be found HERE!
Published Wednesday, March 10, 2010
Though President Barack Obama and the White House would have people believe otherwise, the anti-abortion funding provisions included in the Senate-passed version of the healthcare bill are significantly weaker than the so-called "ironclad" prohibitions that Michigan Democrat Bart Stupak added to the bill in the House. The differences matter, so much so that more»
Published Wednesday, March 10, 2010
It has been said well and famously that politicians only really commit a gaffe when they tell the truth without meaning to. Add House Speaker Nancy Pelosi to the list. Speaking Tuesday to the 2010 Legislative Conference for the National Association of Counties, Pelosi began the windup of her healthcare pitch by alluding to the controversies over the more»
Published Wednesday, March 10, 2010
There are a lot of places a politician does not want to get caught in Washington. One is leaving the scene of an accident. Another is coming out of a strip club. A third is in the middle of an apparent conflict of interest. The charge that an appearance of a conflict of interest exists is, more often than not, used as a smear, as a way to blacken someone's more»
Published Wednesday, March 10, 2010
The more President Obama talks about health care, the more he reveals his true character and goals. This was evident earlier this week during his tirade at Arcadia University in Pennsylvania, where he used a captive audience of students to complain about how many of them are without health coverage. Ironically, The president and Congress could greatly more»
Published Monday, March 8, 2010
The President could solve the uninsured student problem with some policy changes... The more President Obama talks about healthcare, the more he reveals his true character and goals. This was evident today d his tirade at Arcadia University in Pennsylvania.The President is correct that America needs healthcare reforms - reforms that lower cost and more»
Published Wednesday, March 3, 2010
In the battle of ideas over the best ways to stimulate the still lagging U.S. economy, South Dakota Sen. John Thune is attempting to get to the head of the pack by proposing a series of tax incentives to help small business. As part of the current Senate debate over the so-called "tax extenders bill," Thune has proposed a series of incentives designed to more»
Published Wednesday, March 3, 2010
The Department of Agriculture is considering easing the rules for the use of genetically modified alfalfa (GMA), or as I prefer to call it – New Alfalfa. It has issued an Environmental Impact Statement for comment, and environmental extremists are doing what they can to perpetuate the severest restrictions. Not only is New Alfalfa safe, both as a crop more»
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