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New York Times: 14% Is Good Enough To Call Obamacare a Success
Most of us have long realized that the New York Times’ standards are low. But even we were a little surprised at what little it takes for the editors to call Obamacare a success.
IPI Moves Headquarters To Las Colinas From Lewisville
IPI has moved its offices to 1320 Greenway Drive, Suite 820, Irving, Texas 75038 from its previous location in Lewisville. The move to the booming business sector of Las Colinas boasts a larger office with expanded facilities in which to engage the community, and provides a more central location to connect with and serve the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex.
Outside Money Flows Into Denton Fracking Debate
Giovanetti said there also could be a potential economy loss of up to $250 million over the coming decade.
Is Harry Reid a Human Shield for Obama?
Reid’s sole purpose has been to protect Obama from having to make difficult political and legislative decisions. That protection racket would come to an end with a Republican Senate.
Innovation: The Shape of Things To Come
Several companies have been distracted by litigation, or the threat of litigation, causing them to invest their energy and resources in litigation rather than in the successful commercialization of innovation.
All Quiet, Too Quiet, In Allocation Nation
IPI's Merrill Matthews analyzed 2013 Census Bureau data and Affordable Care Act figures and concluded that about 52 percent of American households receive benefits from one or more government programs. These figures cut through Democratic spin and make clear that a majority of American households do not pay anywhere near their pro rata share of government spending. This has important implications for both public policy and politics.
Here Are 4 Republican "Women of War" Who Trump Democrats' "War on Women"
Meet four female GOP candidates who not only survived but thrived, without Obama’s help, in the quintessential male-dominated profession—the military.
Ending the Cycle of Casino Cronyism
IPI experts share concern that the Restoration of America’s Wire Act, which would effectively kill online gambling across the states where it’s legal, would allow the federal government to take a heavy hand in regulating the Internet, opening the door for increased Internet regulation in the future.
Democrats Will Blame An Election Day Thumping On Voter ID Laws
If Democrats take a real beating at the polls on November 4, they won’t blame President Obama’s failed economic policies, disregard for the U.S. Constitution, or Obamacare—at least not publicly. They will likely accuse the GOP of suppressing voter turnout by pushing voter ID laws.
President Touts Lower Insurance Premiums, with Little Evidence
According to Merrill Matthews, health insurance costs will be going up because ObamaCare creates incentives for more people to use more care.
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