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Obama Off The Rails On Economy
While Obama can talk the bark off a banyan tree, he cannot make Americans hallucinate prosperity. Obama is the only U.S. chief executivein history not to preside over even one year with 3 percent GDP growth, as the Institute for Policy Innovation’s Tom Giovanetti observes.
Lots of Conservatives Share Paul Ryan's Trump Doubts
Ryan’s concerns, and others like him, are not about “hurt feelings,” as so many pundits seem to think. They wonder where’s the commitment to liberty, the Constitution, limited government and free market principles that have long been at the core of the conservative cause.
Ride Sharing Is Win-Win-Win For Passengers, Drivers And Cities
Austinites have the opportunity to overturn the city’s mistake and begin unraveling Austin’s protection racket with the taxi industry with Proposition 1.
The Obama Administration Has A Boneheaded Plan To Put Convicts Back To Work
The White House thinks employers who won’t hire ex-convicts for $15,000 a year will jump at the chance to pay them $25,000 a year, plus another $4,000 or so for their Obamacare coverage.
Under Obamacare, Government Is About To Start Dictating The Care You Receive
Now Dr. Government can cut your doctor’s compensation for using an unfavored new drug or other therapy, and increase that compensation for using a less effective but government-favored drug or therapy.
The Obama Administration Reneges On Offshore Drilling
The Obama administration’s decision to reverse course and withdraw a proposal to allow oil and natural gas drilling off the southeast Atlantic coast is more about the president’s future than the country’s.
House Approves Email Privacy Act 419-0, Drawing Tech Industry Praise
By a 419-0 vote, the House approved the Email Privacy Act (HR-699), which would protect the content of people's emails and electronic communications (see 1604260014). Approval of the measure, which updates part of the Electronic Communications Privacy Act (ECPA) of 1986, was hailed by privacy and technology associations, which said ECPA lagged behind the rapid advancement of technologies such as cloud computing.
IPI Commends U.S. House of Representatives for Passing Email Privacy Act
IPI commends the U.S. House of Representatives for today’s unanimous support passing reforms to ECPA, a necessary step toward protecting Americans’ Fourth Amendment rights guarding against warrantless search and seizure of electronic data.
Celebrate Earth Day By Protecting The Planet - And Taxpayers
As America celebrates Earth Day, it might be a good time to recall just how much Obama’s desire for a green legacy is costing taxpayers.
The Government Says Obamacare Is Making Insurance More Affordable. It's Not.
To hear Obama spinmeisters tell it, Obamacare is doing GREAT! But the companies that actually provide the insurance for Obamacare tell a different story.
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