John Hayward

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ObamaCare is coming for your pizza

The Heritage Foundation reminds us that ObamaCare is a really massive disaster.  It's already got tentacles wrapped around every area of American life, and plenty more are coming.  Hyper-regulatory regimes never get smaller, do they?  Also, as the program's finances collapse, the Administration's need to shake down everyone in sight for more cash will increase.  This thing is already such a monster that if we can't repeal it, we may need to consider building giant robots to fight it. Nov 21, 2013 10:22 AM PT

The hidden gardens of government revenue

The great Walter Williams leaps astride one of my favorite hobby horses, the fundamental dishonesty of hidden government taxation, and takes it for a mighty gallop through the absurd fiction of "employer contributions" to Social Security and Medicare: Nov 20, 2013 6:54 PM PT

ObamaCare makes beggars of its victims

ObamaCare has reduced the people of North Carolina to beggars who joyously celebrate a 24 percent insurance premium increase... because it means they get to keep the plans Barack Obama swore they would never lose for another year.  24 percent is a small price to pay for escaping from Obama's disastrous program, especially when the new "Affordable" Care Act coverage costs five hundred percent more.  Some people in North Carolina who used to enjoy $220 monthly premiums are getting sticker-shock ObamaCare quotes for $1200 and more. Nov 20, 2013 7:34 AM PT

Computer Security Experts Warn Americans to Avoid ObamaCare Website

One of these days, our bumbling Administration is going to get sued for big bucks by identity theft or credit-card fraud victims who got robbed after they were forced to use a crapware website the government knows is unsafe and insecure.  And when that lawsuit rolls, it will cite testimony such as the House heard from IT experts today.  From the Washington Free Beacon: Nov 19, 2013 7:00 PM PT

Obama threatens to veto the measure he just called for

Earlier today, I expressed some doubts that Republicans would be able to pull off the political bank shot of introducing a "keep your plan" bill that would have unpleasant consequences for the already ObamaCare-ravaged insurance industry, and would get their fingerprints on the disaster, as Democrats desperately want... while betting that Obama would veto the bill, taking all the political damage without costing Republicans anything. Nov 14, 2013 8:35 PM PT

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