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Archive • Nov 2013

The Hunger Games – President Snowbama Mandates Your Participation

Mark Meckler

On Saturday night, my 14-year-old daughter took me to the opening night of Hunger Games: Catching Fire, the second installment in the Hunger Games series. We’ve been waiting with anticipation for the new release.  Apparently, so had most of the other people in my town, as the theatre was packed over an hour before the beginning of […]

‘Non-partisan’ group paid $1 million to produce positive Obamacare stories

Joe Schoffstall

With the roll out of Obamacare being as disastrous as possible for the Obama administration, one group was given a $1 million grant to help lead a rebranding effort with hopes of salvaging the law in the eyes of the American people. Families USA (FUSA) — an organization that describes itself as a “national nonprofit, non-partisan organization dedicated […]

The secret “Obamacare of trade treaties” that the President wants to pass without Congress

Lee Stranahan

Imagine you need emergency heart surgery and you’re told that you can’t have the procedure because it’s been patented by a Japanese company. Or imagine armed federal agents bursting through the door of your company and ordering them to shut down operations until they comply with environmental regulations set by Peru. These nightmare scenarios and […]

Obamacare oversight office set to lose hundreds of workers

Stephen Gutowski

“We’re slated to be down 200 staff by the end of the year,” Stuart Wright told the Committee on Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs during a hearing this June. Wright is currently a Deputy Inspector General for the Health and Human Services (HHS) Office of Inspector General (OIG). That office is the primary watchdog charged […]

Concealed carry permittee shoots attacker twice during ‘Knockout Game’

Joe Schoffstall

A man in Lansing, Michigan, was waiting at a bus stop for his six-year-old daughter when he was attacked by a teenager in a game called “Point-em-out, Knock-em-out.” Unlike other recent “knockout” attacks in Philadelphia and Washington, D.C. — the man chosen to be attacked had a concealed carry permit and his gun handy, and […]