Monthly Archives: September 2013

House Contintuing Resolution Delays Obamacare One Year And . . .

House Republicans approved a stopgap spending bill that delays ObamaCare in an early-morning Sunday vote that increases the chances of a government shutdown. The high-stakes GOP move intensifies a game of chicken with Senate Democrats with just 48 hours to … Continue reading

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Toomey Votes Right — How’d The Other Republican Senators Do?

Here’s the sad testimony as to the lack of courage on the part of the Republicans in the Senate when it comes to defunding Obamacare: HJ Res 59 — invoking cloture — vote — 79 yeas; 19 nays; 2 not … Continue reading

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Obamacare Creating Insurance Monopolies

Rep. Renee Ellmers raised awareness of a new problem with Obamacare’s implementation: the creation of private-sector health insurance monopolies that will limit Americans’ provider choices. The major health insurance company Blue Cross Blue Shield, which is closely coordinating with the … Continue reading

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