The left’s new lie about Obaminablecare

Propaganda from The New York Times: No ‘Death Spiral’: Insurers May Soon Profit From Obamacare Plans, Analysis Finds By Reed Abelson | April 7, 2017 In contrast to the dire pronouncements from President Trump and other Republicans, the demise of the individual insurance market seems greatly exaggerated, according to a new financial analysis released Friday. …

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Democrisy: The New York Times and the filibuster

From The New York Times: Democracy Returns to the Senate By The Editorial Board | November 21, 2013 For five years, Senate Republicans have refused to allow confirmation votes on dozens of perfectly qualified candidates nominated by President Obama for government positions. They tried to nullify entire federal agencies by denying them leaders. They abused …

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I told you so: Obaminablecare is starting to fail

I have said it before: The left never really cared if the Affordable Care Act would work; they just wanted something that could pass, to establish the principle that government was ultimately responsible for providing health care coverage. And now, with the American Health Care Act — Obamacare Lite, as many have called it — …

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This is how Republicans should act!

From The Philadelphia Inquirer: House GOP offers leaner Pa. budget; Dem leader says it ‘cuts into bone’ By Karen Langley | Harrisburg Bureau | Updated: April 3, 2017 — 7:29 PM EDT HARRISBURG –Recommending government-wide cuts, House GOP leaders Monday unveiled a budget that a top Democrat said “cuts into the bone” of what he …

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Utter insanity in the stock market

Today’s big headline: Tesla is worth more than Ford — and GM is in sight by Paul R. La Monica | April 3, 2017: 3:32 PM ET Move over, Ford. Tesla is now the second most valuable car company in America. Tesla’s stock surged nearly 6% on Monday to an all-time high after the maker …

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This is why Donald Trump is President: the economic isolation of the Federal Reserve

From CNNMoney: Fed official: U.S. economy finally back to normal by Heather Long | @byHeatherLong | March 29, 2017: 2:42 PM ET Congratulations, America. The economy is finally back to normal.That’s what John Williams, the head of the Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco, declared Wednesday. “The data have spoken, and the message is clear: …

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Holding them accountable: another criminal released early kills someone

From the Lexington Herald-Leader: He got out of prison early. Now he’s going back for 20 years after Lexington killing. By Greg Kocher | gkocher1@herald-leader.com | March 24, 2017 | 11:39 AM EDT A man was sentenced Friday to 20 years in prison for the 2014 shooting death of Joseph Ramone Parker. Jevon Donnell Magee, …

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A wholly misleading article from CNNMoney on the Keystone XL pipeline

Sigh! From CNNMoney: Keystone XL pipeline would only create 35 permanent jobs by Matt Egan | March 24, 2017: 11:43 AM ET President Trump hailed the State Department’s approval of the controversial Keystone XL pipeline as a big win for American workers. “It’s a great day for American jobs,” Trump said from the Oval Office …

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A quandary for the left

Other than Fox, the credentialed media have tried their best to ignore this story. The two teenage boys, 18 and 17, are accused in the rape. One of the two, 18-year-old Henry Sanchez-Milian, is an undocumented immigrant.1 The older suspect’s attorney, David Moyse, confirmed that he plans to argue the sexual encounter was consensual, “not …

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