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    Paying the ObamaCare premium

    Contrary to the Obama administration's empty assurances, ObamaCare-related premiums are not on pace for merely a slight increase next year. Health insurance officials tell The Hill newspaper that patients could see their fees double in some parts of the country. Their response follows comments by fo ... Read More

    Democrat Says She is not a Victim

    She gave a dramatic eye-roll in reaction to all of the fuss that Democrats and the president attempted to create over equal pay for women last week. A Democrat herself, she said she has carved out a decent, comfortable life for her family over the years as a waitress at a local restaurant. "I am in ... Read More

    Fairly taxing

    Today is Tax Day, the deadline for Americans to file and send their federal income tax forms. For all the headaches it causes, it might as well be called National Aspirin Day, too. It all could be so much simpler and fairer. Imagine this scenario: Imagine that America always has had a national sales ... Read More

    A trifecta of temerity

    Conservative pundit Cal Thomas has "concerns about the amount of money required in campaigns, especially presidential campaigns." In his USA Today column last week, Mr. Thomas seemed aghast that Barack Obama and Mitt Romney spent a combined $7 billion on their 2012 campaigns. One can only wonder if ... Read More

    Vladimir the corrupt

    Reaping tens of billions of illicit real estate, energy and kickback dollars for himself and his cronies, Russian President Vladimir Putin proves why "corrupt" almost always precedes "autocrat." U.S. officials speaking anonymously estimate the illicit haul has totaled at least $28 billion since the ... Read More

    Detroit violence has reached a tipping point

    So what are we going to do now? I'm not asking what black people are going to do. I'm not asking what white people are going to do. I'm asking what we all are going to do about the violence escalating in our region. The conversation didn't begin with the beating of Steve Utash, the white Macomb Coun ... Read More

    The IRS mess: Name a special prosecutor

    Mounting evidence in the IRS targeting scandal increasingly suggests politically motivated coordination, collusion and perhaps even conspiracy. And that makes clearer than ever the need for a special prosecutor to get to the bottom of this affair. Chairman Darrell Issa, R-Calif., contends newly rele ... Read More

    Militiamen make their presence felt in protest of BLM livestock grab

    BUNKERVILLE -- The militiamen rolled in to draw a line in the dirt. About 70 miles northeast of Las Vegas, they set up camp on a sun-baked patch of land next to a bend in the Virgin River, keeping supplies -- like rucksacks and sleeping bags -- in neat piles under the roof of an abandoned shack. Gru ... Read More

    NH teacher resigns rather than unfriend students on Facebook

    A 79-year-old substitute teacher chose to resign from teaching after a very unfriendly dispute with school administrators in Claremont, N.H. Carol Thebarge opted to give up her job after 35 year instead of "unfriending" her students on Facebook. "Do we have the right as teachers, when we respect our ... Read More


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