On July 9, the City Club of Chicago hosted an event on Chiraq, a controversial Spike Lee film on Chicago violence that will be released in 2016. The panelists were[…]
The Internal Revenue Service (IRS), just last week, ruthlessly began fining small businesses who reimburse employees for part of the cost of their private health insurance, or for direct health[…]
Many forms of personal liberty are under attack today, from economic regulations that hinder people from their peaceful pursuits of earning a living and improving the material conditions of life to an increasingly intrusive surveillance state that is seems to follow every step we make and every breath we take.
How many times has government royally messed up something? And not fired anyone? Or done anything that remotely resembles improving their performance? Oh so very often. In part because they don’t care – once they have the power, they don’t care what happens to us. In part because they are too busy planning their next grabs.
Mergers among Medicare providers are decreasing competition in the health insurance market — yet another adverse outcome of Obamacare. According to an analysis by The Wall Street Journal, 75 %[…]
Arrests for drug trafficking are soaring in western Nebraska, as consumers and professional drug dealers visiting Colorado to purchase “recreational marijuana” are traveling through the neighboring state with loads of contraband on their way back home to[…]
Three of four proposed marijuana-related bills recently were passed by the U.S. House of Representatives, according to an analysis by the National Cannabis Industry Association, a Washington D.C.-based lobbying group.[…]
WASHINGTON — A new report by the conservative Capital Research Center (CRC) indicates that the U.S. government’s policy on radiation exposure is premised upon “irrational fear” and “discredited science,” and[…]
WASHINGTON — A proposal by the Republican Study Committee (RSC) to “repeal and replace” the controversial Obamacare health reform law has been formally introduced in recent days in both the[…]
“Every state has an equivalent of the EPA. … They’re much more effective, much more efficient and certainly much more accountable at the state and local level than they are in Washington, [DC],” Walker said.
The federal government this week disclosed that it is making its data on patient care outcomes available for commercial use, though individual patient profiles will still remain private. The goal[…]
“[This is a] big victory that has been a long-time coming,” said John Nothdurft, director of government relations at The Heartland Institute, in reaction to Gov. Brownback signing the bill yesterday. “States are now moving in the right direction and rolling back these policies.
A new national policy analysis forecasts a fast-approaching “death spiral” for Obamacare, as catastrophic losses from the health insurance program mount even more quickly than experts expected. “Pundits like Paul Krugman saw the[…]