Carol Platt Liebau

Posted November 10, 2013

President Obama doesn't realize how much Americans are hurting as a result of what he has done.

Posted November 08, 2013

President Obama isn't sorry that he said you could keep your plan when you couldn't; he's just sorry that you're angry about it.

Posted November 07, 2013

Surrrprise! Techies are finding new, previously undiscovered problems later in the application.

Posted November 07, 2013

A bad deal is worse than no deal. Will Obama really make an interim agreement with Iran that would give it a six-month respite from sanctions -- when it only needs weeks to go nuclear?

Posted November 06, 2013

If establishment Republicans are going to ask for Tea Party votes, they have to be willing to support Tea Party candidates -- and certainly be willing to refrain from trashing them. And vice-versa.

Posted November 05, 2013

Given that ObamaCare was sold by massive fraud, it probably shouldn't be a surprise that it has been exempted from anti-fraud statutes.

Posted November 04, 2013

If you thought your personal health information was safe with ObamaCare, think again. From a non-secure web site to the HHS regulations, you can expect that a lot more people will be sticking their noses in your own personal health business -- without your permission.

Posted November 01, 2013

WIth ObamaCare, it's not just that you can't keep your plan, even if you like it. You'll probably lose your doctor, too.

Posted October 31, 2013

Was the ObamaCare process designed to serve as a clearinghouse for information about potential voters, which would then be handed off to left-wing navigators, to serve as a government-funded, lefty get-out-the-vote operation?

Posted October 30, 2013

The press -- long scorned and mistreated by the President (like most of America, actually!) -- is starting to cover the ObamaCare debacle . . . with a vengeance.

Posted October 30, 2013

It's distressing to compare the issues of which the President is "unaware" to those in which he shows both keen interest and an unsettlingly high degree of "awareness."

Posted October 29, 2013

The IRS makes no effort to reform or fix the processes that have resulted in billions being overpaid for the EITC. That bodes ill for the way it will handle the complexities of ObamaCare.

Posted October 29, 2013

Certainly many government workers are diligent and responsible. But it's also true that that government workers miss fifty percent more of their work hours than their private sector counterparts due to absences for personal reasons or illnesses.

Posted October 25, 2013

The White House Deputy Chief of Staff told top Democrats that, during the shutdown, a senior House Republican leader said to the President, "I cannot even stand to look at you." The accusation was a lie made up out of whole cloth.

Posted October 23, 2013

After closing down the government, and refusing to negotiate with Republicans over any delay of the individual mandate, NOW the Obama administration is floating the idea of instituting a six week delay of the mandate. By fiat.

Posted October 22, 2013

While the IRS was busy harassing conservative applicants for non-profit status, it apparently overlooked the $13.6 billion in bogus claims it paid out for the Earned Income Tax Credit last year.

Posted October 21, 2013

President Obama is holding a PR event this morning to tout ObamaCare. And as millions of Americans see their insurance rate skyrocket and/or lose their doctors and insurance, the GOP response to Obama's puffery is . . . nothing. Pathetic.

Posted October 18, 2013

Success in politics is about principle -- but it's also about addition. It doesn't matter how correct (or even potentially popular) Republican positions are, if people don't learn about them in an appealing, accessible way they can understand.

Posted October 16, 2013

Enough with conservative and moderate Republicans refusing to act like they are ultimately on the same team. Enough with the name-calling. Enough with the mutual distrust and suspicion. It's only benefited the Democrats, and hurt decent, hardworking taxpayers outside the Beltway.

Posted October 15, 2013

Shouldn't the US military be focused on fighting America's enemies abroad, not persecuting soldiers who hold traditional religious values at home?