During the implementation process of the President’s signature healthcare overhaul, the Administration of President Barack Obama has disregarded aspects of Obamacare law. It’s a practice for which the Administration has been widely criticized, and it’s the focus of a new report from Senator Ted Cruz (R-Texas).
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A Sports Spectrum magazine interview with members of the Robertson family of the hit television show Duck Dynasty from April has resurfaced to make the Internet rounds. The interview, while dated, is worth watching for the insight Phil and Willie Robertson provide about the entertainment industry’s habit of going out if its way to mute […]
Will he or won’t he? If his wife gets her way, Senator Rand Paul (R-Ky.) will not make a run for the Presidency in 2016. After giving a speech in Detroit on Friday, Paul was asked whether he was planning to run. ABC News reported his response: “Where’s my cellphone? Can I call my wife?” […]
This column originally appeared on the Ron Paul Institute For Peace And Prosperity’s website. One of the most important cases the US Supreme Court will consider this term is Hobby Lobby’s lawsuit challenging the Obamacare mandate that employer-provided health care plans must cover abortion and contraceptives. Hobby Lobby, a corporation owned and managed by a […]
Here is a collection of some of the stories making the Internet rounds this morning. Click the links for the full stories.
If a painkiller is the first thing you reach for when you come down with a cold, you may be making your cold worse. Research in England shows that one of the most common pills people take for a cold may worsen viral respiratory infections.
Last week, Lt. Col. Robert Bateman, who has billed himself as “an infantryman, historian and prolific writer,” wrote a blog post for Esquire, breathlessly exclaiming that a comprehensive gun-grab in the United States is long overdue. His argument is idiotic on its face.
In October, a Pennsylvania boy was suspended from school for playing make-believe with a classmate. The silly tale involves no props or weapons — just hands, imagination and the ruinous intervention of adults to quash what should be free, unremarkable and productive child’s play.