John Sexton

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Marvel Studios Looks Back on Its First Ten Films

After seeing the disappointing Lucy last week and wondering why anyone would think it was a good idea to take a silly premise and turn it into a profound statement, I did not want to see another summer movie with delusions of grandeur. So Friday, my family and some friends went to see Guardians of the Galaxy. Ah, now that's more like it. Aug 4, 2014 11:47 AM PT

Texas Rancher Highlights Collateral Damage of Current Border Crisis

Dr. Michael Vickers is a veterinarian and rancher who lives about 70 miles from the southern border in Falfurrias, Texas. Vickers is also the co-founder of Texas Border Volunteers, a group which monitors private land for illegal immigrants and notifies the border patrol when they encounter them. Unfortunately, not everyone Vickers and his group locates is still alive. Aug 2, 2014 7:15 AM PT

Another Stunning Admission in Gruber's Speech: The Public Option Was Single Payer

As I was watching the video clip of Jonathan Gruber talking about state-based exchanges and subsidies last night I came across another admission which deserves some attention. A few minutes later in the Q&A following his January 18, 2012 speech, Gruber admits that the public option was an attempt to slip single-payer into the Affordable Care Act. Jul 25, 2014 3:12 PM PT

Obamacare Architect: States Without Exchanges Get No Subsidies

Jonathan Gruber, a "key architect" of  Obamacare was caught on tape in 2012 saying states which do not set up an Obamacare exchange are not eligible for subsidies. His admission mirrors the arguments of plaintiffs in the Halbig case and has the potential to push Obamacare to the brink of collapse. Jul 24, 2014 10:49 PM PT

Majority of Californians Support Water Restrictions

A new poll by the Public Policy Institute of California found that 54 percent of Californians say the water supply is a big problem where they live, and 75 percent support regulations on water usage. Jul 24, 2014 6:34 PM PT

Evangelicals, Catholics Seek to Aid Children at the Border

Faith leaders of various denominations are interceding on behalf of Central American children now arriving at the U.S. border. This week both evangelicals and Catholics put out calls to help in various ways. Jul 22, 2014 5:26 PM PT

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