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15 Questions Congress Should Ask Obamacare Architect Jonathan Gruber

15 Questions Congress Should Ask Obamacare Architect Jonathan Gruber

On Tuesday, Obamacare architectJonathan Gruber and CMS Administrator Marilyn Tavenner testify before the CongressionalOversight Committee regarding the transparency and implementation ofObamacare. Gruber will undoubtedly be grilled onthe series of videos wherein he bragged that deception and “the stupidity ofthe American

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

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

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

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

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

How Does the Best Team Stop the Best Player?

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

How Does the U.S. Beat Belgium? American Exceptionalism

How Does the U.S. Beat Belgium? American Exceptionalism

Just prior to the World Cup, Time magazine ran an opinion piece titled “How Soccer Is Destroying American Exceptionalism.” Andres Martinez wrote, “It’s hard to exaggerate how much soccer’s incursion into American life threatens to erode American exceptionalism, not to

How the United States Beats Germany

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? It is only human nature to wonder not only

How the US Beats Portugal

How the US Beats Portugal

With a victory over Portugal today, the US men’s soccer team can advance to the second round–an accomplishment few had predicted. To move on, Jürgen Klinsmann and the US team must on offense deal with the loss of Jozy Altidore

Shift Toward Offense Brings More Excitement to World Cup

Shift Toward Offense Brings More Excitement to World Cup

Prior to the World Cup, there was widespread concern that chaos from strikers and protesters would negatively affect the event. It turns out chaos reigns more inside than outside of the stadiums. After four days worth of games, including Friday’s

Oblimination: Obama's Specious Unemployment Math in His State of the Union Speech

Oblimination: Obama's Specious Unemployment Math in His State of the Union Speech

Past Presidents have pursued a “trickle-down approach,” “stimulus spending,” “supply-side economics,” “Keynesian theory,” “Reaganomics,” “demand-side spending,” and various other economic policies. Economists, politicians, and business leaders argue about the merits of each of these policies, arguing they are or are

'Blindsided' President: Obama's Loose Grip on the Reins of State

'Blindsided' President: Obama's Loose Grip on the Reins of State

2013 was anything but a banner year for President Obama. A peppering of failures and scandals marked the first year of the second term of the “most transparent administration in history.” These scandals came in a variety of shapes and