In this Morning Bell post at the Foundry, Matthew Streit writes that the news media, the President, and Congress should be cautious in trotting out “victims” of the government shutdown.
In this visual explanation, Kelsey Harris notes that with Obamacare’s government takeover of health care beginning in just five days, its effects on American men and women—already felt by man
This post at the Foundry explains why Heritage takes the positions it does in regard to issues related to freedom, and espeially related to Obamacare.
In this post at the Foundry, the Congressional Budget Office dropped a budget update on Washington, and it’s not good. The U.S.
In this post at the Foundry, Rob Bluey asserts that we need to stop Obamacare in part because the American people do not support it; it remains a deeply unpopular law.
In this Morning Bell at the Foundry, the authors contend that oath of office are meaningful, or at least should be. They argue that,
In this post at the Foundry, a doctor accounts why he does not approve of Obamacare. Unfortunately, everything Dr. Shepherd loves about his job is now at risk because of Obamacare.
In this post at the Foundry, Daren Bakst writes that the best option before Congress is an extension of the 2008 farm bill.
In this Morning Bell, at the Foundry, Amy Payne asserts that as we approach the implementation of Obamacare, the levels of participation in various states is mixed. Payne writes: