The media is giving mixed reports of Cardinal Dolan’s interview on Meet the Press with David Gregory. According to Fox News, the Catholics oppose Obamacare and, according to NBC News, the Catholics embrace it.
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By 2016, Obama will have applied a wrecking ball to the health care industry, our lives and our fortunes. The only way out is for Republicans to gain a majority in both houses of Congress in 2014, and the White House in 2016.
Notwithstanding, if the out-of-control EPA is allowed to get its way unchecked in rule-making by rubber stamping their predetermined regulatory agenda, its flouting of power will continue and will further violate this nation’s Constitution by ignoring its commitment to Congress and the American people.
Soon, all public schools will be allowed to enroll all students, regardless of need, into a new federal entitlement: “free” school lunches. This is the second year of a three-year rollout for the program, embedded in Michelle Obama’s Healthy, Hunger-Free Kids Act.
The firestorm around the White House is only going to grow with the knowledge that the administration targeted Fox News’ reporter James Rosen for doing nothing more than being a reporter.[...]
As I noted on Twitter Wednesday night when I watched it live on the O’Reilly Factor on the Fox News Channel, Heartland friend Joe Bastardi slammed Al Gore over his comments that[...]
Our Benjamin Domenech, who does political analysis at The Transom independently of his health care policy work for The Heartland Institute, penned an interesting take on what awaits us on Election Day. Ben wrote[...]
What major weather events and especially earthquakes tell us is that we live on planet Earth on its terms, not ours. Put another way, we don’t “control” the weather or[...]
If you missed the debate among the Republican candidates for president in Ames, Iowa two days before today’s straw poll in the Hawkeye state, here you go. The debate has[...]
It is getting tiresome countering every lie groups like the Soros-funded Media Matters puts out about The Heartland Institute — which is why we have a “reply to our critics”[...]
Heartland’s Science Director Dr. Jay Lehr was all over TV and radio in March after the earthquake and tsunami devastated Japan and caused a crisis at the Fukushima nuclear power[...]
Heartland friend Brian Fojtik has an interesting post at Pundit League about the development of the modern media that is worth checking out. Technology and changing TV-viewing habits have led[...]
This headline notwithstanding, I have nothing against small-town columnists. I was one myself early in my five-stop newspaper career before coming to The Heartland Institute. The scope of one’s circulation[...]