Will Obamacare be any better or fixed faster now that she's no longer in the picture?
Christian-owned arts and crafts chain Hobby Lobby won an exemption Friday from the Health and Human Services birth control mandate, a rule which would have violated the company's religious conscience.
Obesity and unhealthy living are as much a problem in this country as government over-regulation. Lately, we’ve seen several prominent politicians weigh in (no pun intended) on this topic.
The Louisiana Dept. of Health and Hospitals would rather the homeless go hungry than let them heat deer steaks provided by generous hunters.
Nothing in life is certain but death and taxes, the saying goes. Unfortunately, the list doesn’t stop there. We can add one other inescapable component: regulations.
Earlier this week I was whining about having what I declared to be "the fluh" which was the flu without the fever.
Have you heard about the holiday gift some American girls could be getting? Emergency contraception!
Let me commit political heresy in this presidential election year: It’s not the economy, stupid! Our first freedoms—those freedoms enumerated in the First Amendment—are being recklessly discarded by the ruling class in favor of government ideology. It seems that America’s citizenry has become so numb to outrageous political acts that even trampling our constitutional rights barely raises an eyebrow.
If the Obama administration expended as much creative energy saving taxpayers money as it does obscuring the costs of Obamacare, we'd probably have a program worth saving.