Cato Institute’s Michael Cannon explains that 54% of Americans oppose Obamacare, and that two-thirds of states have refused to implement Obamacare’s health insurance “exchanges.”
Archives for May 2013
David Malpass correctly identifies today’s market trouble as poor fundamentals glossed over by Federal Reserve money printing. As this month’s stock and bond market gyrations showed, traders are obsessively focused on every nuance of the Fed’s monetary plans. Billions of dollars are at stake for Wall Street, which profits mightily from the Fed’s bond buying and cheap […]
America needs to junk the tax code, close the IRS as today configured, and switch over to a flat and simple 10/10/10/ plan. Under such a plan, worldwide corporate income would be taxed at 10% as would individual income and retail purchases. The New York Times Editorial Board lays out its position today.
Edgardo Buscaglia describes the ticking time bomb that is Mexico in a New York Times op-ed that should give Mexico boosters second thoughts.
Neocons are gearing up for a push to intervene in Syria. Donna Cossata of the AP explains his trip to Syria to meet rebel leaders.
Rich Lowry at Politico gets to the heart of the problem of creeping executive branch power.
After fighting the president tooth and nail on immigration, Arizona Governor Jan Brewer seems bent on throwing in with Obama on Obamacare. National Review explains it here.
Kim Strassel on how the Washington press corps is turning against the Obama administration.
How well do you know your first aid? Wouldn’t help to have an app in your phone to help you in times of emergency? Now you can. “The official American Red Cross First Aid app puts expert advice for everyday emergencies in your hand. Available for iPhone and Android devices, the official American Red Cross […]