Yesterday CNN's Chief Congressional Correspondent Dana Bash reported that the White House has until Friday to come up with some kind of solution to get people's insurance plans back before Congressional Democrats in both the House and the Senate move to push legislation restoring insurance plans.
Wanna take a guess on the number of bats wind turbines killed last year? 600,000. ?Minimum.
Teenagers play a sick game called "knock out," which requires either a large group of people or individuals to attack someone on the street to see if they can "knock them out."
As the Obamacare rollout continues to crash and burn, a new ?Rasmussen Report shows the majority of Americans want the law repealed.
Former President Bill Clinton, whose wife Hillary Clinton is the grandmother of Obamacre, is weighing in on President Obama's broken promise and repeated lie that people could keep healthcare plans they liked as millions of Americans continue to lose their health insurance.
The National Shooting Sports Foundation has released Firearms and Ammunition Excise Tax numbers for the 2013 second quarter showing the industry is paying the most taxes in nearly a decade thanks to an increase in firearms sales.
The most dangerous people on Gonzaga's campus are the "intellectual" administrators, not the four students who just so-happen to be gun owners.
In an ?interview with the Arizona Republic, Senator John McCain revealed that some people want him to run for president again...which would be the third time.
Former President George W. Bush, who is an avid supporter of our troops, veterans and wounded warriors, has released a special Veteran's Day message on behalf of the George W. Bush Presidential Center.
DNC Chairwoman Debbie Wasserman-Schultz never fails to provide us with moments based in anything but reality.
Today and everyday it's important to give thanks to those who serve and to those who have served in the United States Military to keep us safe and to preserve our freedoms here at home.
New numbers from four different healthcare providers show Washington D.C. has spent $133,573,928 to enroll a grand total of five people in Obamacare.
Nearly two-dozen members of Michael Bloomberg's Mayors Against Illegal Guns lost reelection earlier this week, delivering another blow to the anti-gun group that has been losing members at a ?rapid pace for more than year.
The Obama administration has been quietly working to lift sanctions on Iran as the country vows to continue its nuclear program.
On October 15, more than two weeks after the Obamcare exchanges were launched, President Obama declared his support of Health and Human Services Secretary through White House Press Secretary Jay Carney.
Former MSNBC host Dylan Ratigan recently got a rude awakening about Obamacare when he received a cancellation notice in the mail for his catastrophic insurance policy.
During an interview with NBC News today at the White House, President Obama apologized to Americans who have lost their health insurance, despite numerous promises they could keep insurance they liked under Obamacare.
This 18 minute long video deconstructs nearly every single lie told about President Obama's signature piece of legislation from the time Obamacare was signed into law until now.
Delaware, Vice President Joe Biden's home state, just spent ?$1 million per person to enroll four people in Obamacare. That's a big f--king deal.
It's been reported for months that labor unions, which heavily campaigned for Obamacare and President Obama's reelection, are extremely unhappy with the details of the law.
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