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The High Stakes of Tax Reform
A little more than seven years ago, on March 23, 2010, Barack Obama signed into law the Affordable Care Act. Despite the ACA’s egregious failure as policy, it was at the time a landmark legislative achievement that radically transformed the U.S. health insurance market. And at its crux is the individual mandate, which requires Americans […]
Progressives Whine about Obamacare Premiums
It’s wrong, of course, to revel in the misfortune of others. I nonetheless laughed aloud when I read what the editors of the New York Times imagine is a heart-rending tale of several Obamacare supporters who, having ignored years of conservative warnings about the inevitability of premium increases under Obamacare, now lament the financial difficulties […]
Should The FBI Be Abolished?
For the last few years, the media has been dominated by a number of sensational stories: that Trump colluded with Russia to influence the presidential election; that the Trump team was wiretapped by Obama intelligence officials; that Hillary used a private email server to transmit classified information; that Hillary and the DNC colluded with Russian […]
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TORONTO, Nov. 19, 2017 /CNW/ -Sunday 19/11/2017POKER LOTTOWinning Hand: 4-D, 10-C, 5-S, 9-C, 7-H.Legend:...
Scoring Trump in Asia: A Few Hits and One Big Error
On President Trump’s twelve-day Asia trip he visited South Korea, Japan, China, Vietnam and the Philippines, met with those nations’ leaders and — at the Asia Pacific Economic Cooperation summit in Vietnam — with Russian President Vladimir Putin. Trump and the leaders he met with made a lot of news but it was shoved to […]
Broadband Denied in Trump Country
Without a high-speed connection to the Internet you might as well be teleported back to 1995 — and dial-up Internet. Which is what the Federal Communications Commission appears determined to do to about 23 million rural Americans via a bureaucratic rule change being pushed by lobbyists for large cell phone carriers such as T-Mobile that will make […]
The Legal Trap Is Shutting on Patent Trolls
Innovation in the current Congress is practically a dirty word, as almost nothing encouraging it has made it past both houses. Most notably of all, the Innovation Act has been stalled in the House for years, despite massive bipartisan support for it. However, thanks to the general ineffectiveness of Congress, and the efforts of a […]
Whirlpool’s Dirty Laundry
“America First” apparently isn’t supposed to apply to American workers who don’t work for an American company. At least, it’s hard not to reach that conclusion based on recent events surrounding washing machine manufacturer Whirlpool’s complaint to the United States International Trade Commission (ITC). In agreeing to protect an American company from competition, the ITC […]
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