Former President Mohammad Morsi made his first public appearance since he was ousted roughly four months ago today in an Egyptian courtroom.
Senator Max Baucus (D-Mont.) thinks the president should seriously consider delaying the individual mandate tax on Americans who don’t purchase health insurance by March 31 -- that is, if Healthcare.gov isn’t up and functioning properly sometime in the next 30 days.
That’s according to Mark Halperin and John Heilemann’s forthcoming new book “Double Down,” which hits bookstores next week.
What surprises me isn’t that only six people reportedly enrolled in Obamacare on October 1.
Embarrassing for the Obama administration if true...
Politico describes this kindly gesture as “an olive branch.”
The polls have been all over the place this month.
As stipulated in the president’s signature health care law, many uninsured Americans are now facing two options: (1) purchase health insurance on the government exchanges or (2) pay a fine.
Remember, the Senator Majority Leader is the same guy who falsely accused Governor Mitt Romney last year of not paying his taxes for ten years on the floor of the U.S. Senate.
Attention: Are you a Ph. D. student at the University of Texas at Austin looking to earn extra credits next semester towards your degree?
And yet the president shamelessly promised time and again on the campaign trail and elsewhere that, “If [you] already have health insurance, you will keep your health insurance.”
Sadly, this isn’t the first time something like this has happened
This is a classic example of what might properly be described as “moving the goalposts.”
It’s come to this.
A few days ago syndicated columnist Charles Krauthammer appeared on Jon Stewart’s “The Daily Show” to promote his new book “Things That Matter.”
Given the man’s net worth this is a modest sum indeed.
Why has the Department of Justice filed a lawsuit against the state of Louisiana?
President Obama’s reputation for soaring rhetoric has been unexceptionally flat ever since he rolled out the official Obamacare website.
Watch Fox News contributor Juan Williams pin the blame on the broken Obamacare website on…Republicans.
So maybe I was wrong and Republicans did the right thing by pulling the plug on Cuccinelli?