As part of what critics have called a presidential “temper tantrum” aimed at extorting taxpayer money to fund ObamaCare, the Obama administration has been hard at work trying to make the partial federal government “shutdown” feel as painful as possible.
Obama railed about the shutdown of part of the Head Start pre-school nutritional assistance program though he’d said he’d veto GOP bills for similar programs.
Can there be a more fruitful source of dispute, or a kind of dispute more difficult to be settled— James Madison speaking at the Constitutional Convention of 1787 on the spending bill battles between the House and Senate that would occur.
Leaked documents show that GOP House Speaker John Boehner’s office spent months working with top Democrats such as Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid to ensure that lawmakers and their staff would be spared from the deeply unpopular healthcare “reforms.”
The House Republican leadership has adopted Texas Senator Ted Cruz's strategy for fighting back against the Obama administration promise to vote down all government spending until the House approves a spending bill funding ObamaCare.
The Times provided a much-needed insight into the politics and principles guiding those few statesman who are determined to repeal ObamaCare and begin the long trek back to freedom.
An orthodontist in Florida and Judicial Watch, a conservative watchdog group, filed a lawsuit against the Obama administration for its delay of the employer mandate.
The federal Office of Personnel Management has ruled that under ObamaCare, members of Congress and their staffs may receive tax-funded abortion coverage.
The messy launch of ObamaCare sets the stage for the eventual elimination of all exchanges and insurance companies in favor of a single-payer national healthcare system.
As the government is partially shut down, the Senate has rejected a House motion to negotiate House and Senate differences; no resolution is in sight.