Jason Schultz: The (Un)Affordable Care Act, commonly referred to as Obamacare, has wreaked havoc on our health care and health insurance industries. Policies disappeared, carriers pulled out of Iowa, and government meddling has caused policies to be much more expensive and yet, provide less coverage.
On The Caffeinated Thoughts Podcast, Shane Vander Hart discusses America’s infrastructure challenges and what is needed for infrastructure reform with Craig Stevens with Growing America’s Infrastructure Now (GAIN).
Dr. Jane Orient: President Trump’s initiatives on energy and climate challenge medical and public health authorities to prove their anti-carbon case.
Pat Nicklaus: Congress is banking on the popularity of HR 38 (National Reciprocity) and attaching a wildly unpopular, anti-gun bill to it behind your back.
David Young: Americans know how to spend their money better than the federal government, which is why I want them to keep more of their hard-earned money.
Shane Vander Hart: President Barack Obama will allow boys in girls’ locker rooms at school, force hospitals to provide abortions, and change who gets overtime by rule, not law.
This week on CT Radio: Shane Vander Hart and Brian Myers talk to Jenifer Bowen & Sue Thayer of Iowa Right to Life and Drew Klein of Americans for Prosperity.
The U.S. House of Representatives will vote Friday on a reconciliation bill (H.R. 3762) that includes a provision that defunds Planned Parenthood.
Should state legislatures lower the blood alcohol content levels from .08 to .05 in order to reduce alcohol-related crashes?
Whatever deal Congress and President Obama makes in order to go off the fiscal cliff in the short term we are still in deep, deep financial trouble.
Written with Jane Robbins We have brought a constitutional crisis upon ourselves that is bleeding our liberties dry. The federal bureaucracy has amassed such immense power that Congress can no longer provide, as President Washington termed it, the necessary “reciprocal checks” against its exercise of power. Federal spending has increased from $1.38 trillion in 1992 […]
In this current political season, R.C. Sproul gives a great reminder about where our trust should ultimately be. Hint – it’s not in princes (or politicians). He writes: Yes, we must always work for social reform. Yes, we must be “profane’ in Martin Luther’s sense of going out of the temple and into the world. […]
Throughout this whole health care reform business we’ve seen a lot of partisan game playing, heard a great deal about closed doors, and even the occasional reference to smoke and mirrors. As noted in a Caffeinated Thoughts post earlier this week, Philip Klein at the American Spectator has added another name to the mix very […]
1. President Bush’s press secretary, Dana Perino, was incredibly candid at a farewell breakfast with reporters. 2. Put together your own presidential inauguration speech with the inauguration speech generator. HT: The Enlightened Redneck 3. Apparently Governor Sarah Palin’s approval rating is rebounding nationally. 4. Congress went ahead and released the rest of the TARF money […]