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HHS Obamacare Agreement Also Full of 'Typos'

Since July 22, when a federal appeals court panel dealt a potentially major blow to Obamacare by ruling that participants in health exchanges run by the federal government in 34 states are not eligible for billions of dollars in tax subsidies, several facts have emerged which call into question Jonathan Gruber, an MIT economist and chief architect of Obamacare, and his views on whether the intent of Obamacare was that subsidies should only be available for state-run Obamacare exchanges. Aug 15, 2014 12:32 PM PT

Obamacare Architect Met with Obamacare Author the Afternoon Before His 'Typo'

On July 24th, footage surfaced of Jonathan Gruber, MIT economist and the chief architect of Obamacare, discussing the issue at the heart of the latest ACA court cases: whether subsidies are only available for state-run insurance exchanges or can also be paid as part of a federal exchange. Aug 11, 2014 2:29 PM PT

HHS Arguments in Oklahoma Obamacare Case Ignore New Evidence

Last week, the State of Oklahoma filed a motion to inform a federal judge of “newly-discovered facts” in the state’s challenge of Obamacare. These new facts were two audio tapes in December 2012 of Jonathan Gruber, the Obamacare Architect, stating that Obamacare subsidies are tied only to the existence of state exchanges and not a federal exchange. Aug 8, 2014 2:47 PM PT

Democrats Distance Themselves from Obamacare Architect Jonathan Gruber

In response to the dismantling of Gruber’s position, the White House and Democrats are distancing themselves from him. Specifically, Democrats argue that Gruber was not a member of Congress and there is no evidence that anyone in Congress relied on him or his analysis. I think there is significant evidence to the contrary. Aug 7, 2014 1:15 PM PT

7 Facts That Prove Obamacare Subsidies Fiasco Is Not a 'Typo'

Since July 22nd, when a federal appeals court panel dealt a potentially major blow to Obamacare by ruling that participants in health exchanges run by the federal government in 34 states are not eligible for billions of dollars in tax subsidies, several facts have emerged which question Jonathan Gruber, an MIT economist and chief architect of Obamacare, and his views on whether the intent of Obamacare was that subsidies should only be available for state-run Obamacare exchanges. Aug 2, 2014 2:00 PM PT

Obamacare Architect's 'Mistake' About Subsidies Used by HHS as Defense in Court

Last Saturday, Breitbart News uncovered three reports and analysis written by Jonathan Gruber, an MIT economist and chief architect of Obamacare, stating that subsidies or tax credits will be provided to individuals “to purchase health insurance from private companies through state-organized exchanges.” Aug 1, 2014 12:50 PM PT

Oklahoma AG Adds Jonathan Gruber's Subsidies Comments as Evidence in Obamacare Challenge

Wednesday, the State of Oklahoma filed a motion to inform a federal judge of “newly-discovered facts” in the state’s challenge of Obamacare. These new facts were two audio tapes of Jonathan Gruber, the Obamacare Architect, stating that Obamacare subsidies are tied only to the existence of state exchanges and not a federal exchange. One of these newly-discovered facts was the audiotape reported last Friday morning by Breitbart News and John Sexton. Jul 30, 2014 9:41 PM PT

Obamacare Architect's Comments on State Exchanges Weren't a 'Mistake'

On Thursday, footage surfaced of Jonathan Gruber, an MIT economist and chief architect of Obamacare, discussing the issue at the heart of the latest ACA court cases: whether subsidies are only available for state-run insurance exchanges or can also be paid as part of a federal exchange. Jul 26, 2014 6:41 AM PT

How Does the Best Team Stop the Best Player?

The most exciting World Cup in decades concludes today in the final match that showcases the world’s best player against the tournament's best team. Lionel Messi leads Argentina against Germany in a game that will be watched by an audience of about a billion people. Jul 13, 2014 12:30 AM PT

How the United States Beats Germany

The U.S. men’s soccer team plays Germany, a three-time World Cup Champion and a pre-tournament favorite for this year’s competition, today at noon Eastern. How should the U.S. approach the game? Not conservatively, says Scot Vorse. Jun 25, 2014 10:08 PM PT

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