The Obama Administration's predictions of doom and gloom for sequestration have backfired.
The Congressional Budget Office updated its projections for the costs of Obamacare in the wake of the Obama Administration's announcement that they would seek to delay both the employer mandate and verification requirements for the state-based insurance exchanges. A mere one-year delay in these Obamacare policies is expected to cost $12 billion.
Another story has emerged out of the Department of Defense that the economic consequences from sequestration will be less dire than what was predicted. DoD initially projected that there would be 22 furlough days for government employees.
A report dropped this week from the Office of the Special Inspector General for TARP (SIGTARP) that HAMP has a stunning failure rate.
The Institute of Medicine of the National Academies reviewed the evidence on salt in American diets, and the conclusions won't be friendly to food nannies.