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Time for Congress To Gut The FCC
The FCC has forsaken its mandate to be both expert and independent, Congress now has every reason to gut the FCC and radically downsize its regulatory scope and authority.
North Texas Fracking Ban Becomes Case of State v. Local Control
“The city of Denton understands they are in trouble," said Tom Giovanetti. "Denton is really serving as a bad example that other cities and towns are learning from and trying to avoid becoming.”
Democrats Say A 2016 Electoral College "Blue Wall" Means Republicans Can't Win. Wrong
The so-called blue wall is an marketing effort to hide the more likely chance of a “blue fall.”
Let Us Talk of Many (Internet of) Things
Regulating before we even understand if regulations are needed, what ends regulations might serve, what the challenges might be, or even a useful definition of what would be regulated would be foolish at best, and likely to impede innovation.
Democratic Panic Ensues As Obamacare Flaws Could Create Millions Of Republican Voters
Panic is in full display as Democrats and liberals realize that some of the newly recognized problems of the Affordable Care Act could create millions of new Republican voters in 2016.
Note to White House: Middle East Unemployment Isn't That Bad
Ideology, and in this case religious ideology, creates jihadis and terrorists. But Obama and his State Department continue to think that the root cause of all evil is that government hasn’t done enough.
Nebraska Supreme Court OKs Keystone Pipeline
Merrill Matthews says Obama is willing to go around Congress to get what he wants and is not afraid of the Nebraska Supreme Court.
Liberal College-Degree Snobs Could Help Scott Walker's Presidential Bid
A president needs good judgment more than a good degree.
Busted: Obamacare Co-Ops Are Underwater And Sinking Fast
Obamacare created 23 “public options” that were supposed to demonstrate just how efficient and affordable government-run health insurance could be. Not full-blown socialized medicine, but a good start. Now, all but one of the 23 state co-ops are underwater.
Should the Supreme Court Limit Obamacare Subsidies Only to State-Created Health Exchanges?
That language is important because only 13 states set up their own exchanges. The other 37 either didn’t try or failed and so relied on the federal government to do it.
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