08.13.2014 in Featured, Politics by NetRight Daily 3

Obamacare drop outs could mean health insurer taxpayer funded bailouts

By Rick Manning Who would have guessed? Investor’s Business Daily reports that only 70 percent of those who signed up for Obamacare through health insurer Aetna are actually paying premiums and remain in the system. Not exactly a shock that the government health care system that many people believed was free, ended up finding a large drop off in subscribers […]

07.07.2014 in Economy, Politics by Brad Tidwell 26

What would happen if we treated food like Obamacare?

-By Brad Tidwell In recent debates about Obamacare, there’s been a theme pushed by many opposing the Hobby Lobby decision to not pay for certain kinds of birth control — #NotMyBossBusiness. The idea is businesses should not be able to make health care decisions for their employees. The problem is that this is already happening — and not just with […]

05.09.2014 in Featured, Politics by NetRight Daily 7

Is the Obamacare repeal debate really over?

By Robert Romano “[T]he repeal debate is, and should be, over.” That was Barack Obama taking a victory lap on his signature health care law last month, telling the American people what everyone else on Capitol Hill already knows: Obamacare is not going anywhere. Whether it is House Speaker John Boehner (R-Ohio) after the 2012 election proclaiming on ABC News […]

04.30.2014 in Featured, Politics by NetRight Daily 5

Obamacare repealed… for some

By Tom Toth Senators and Representatives are working tirelessly to repeal the Affordable Care Act — sort of. Actually, most of them aren’t lifting a finger to repeal any portions of the law that are worsening the lives of everyday Americans. In the meantime, special interests are getting priority insider treatment. As of this week, corporate executives were added alongside […]

04.29.2014 in Featured, Politics by NetRight Daily 18

House leader admits Obamacare ‘probably’ here to stay

By Robert Romano Resistance is futile. That’s the latest word from Republican leadership in Washington, D.C. on getting rid of Obamacare — or apparently accomplishing much of anything else, for that matter. In an interview with the Spokesman-Review, House Republican Conference Chair Rep. Cathy McMorris Rodgers (R-Wash.) reportedly “told the Spokesman Review editorial board [as much] on Thursday, saying the […]

04.07.2014 in Featured, Politics by NetRight Daily 106

Obamacare replaces Prohibition as most-hated federal law

By Don Todd Like President Carter who has lost his reputation as the worst President in recent times Andrew Volstead (R-MN) has lost his distinction as the author of the most hated legislation in modern history with a politician’s name attached to it.  The Volstead Act which implemented Prohibition has now been replaced by Obamacare and Congressman Volstead has been […]

04.02.2014 in Featured, Politics by NetRight Daily 10

Obamacare previously uninsured enrollees off by 4.7 million?

By Robert Romano The numbers are in for Obamacare sign-ups on the exchanges in accordance with the April 1 deadline to enroll: 7 million have enrolled. But apparently, only about one-third were previously uninsured, reported the Los Angeles Times on March 30: “At least 6 million people have signed up for health coverage on the new marketplaces, about one-third of […]

Cartoon: “Sham Wow”

By A.F. Branco Click here for high resolution verstion. Unions coming to college football?  

03.17.2014 in Featured, Politics by NetRight Daily 22

Obamacare and Obamaphones

By Rick Manning Remember the good ole days back in 2010 when no one had read the Affordable Care Act (ACA) and it was going to enroll millions of the uninsured? All of us just blithely believed our D.C. masters who assured us that if we liked our insurance we could keep it, and that we wouldn’t be forced to […]

Canada shows how to fight radical green groups

A version of this article was originally published in Investors.com By Bill Wilson The global economy is an increasingly high-stakes battlefield, and governments large and small must determine daily when and how to enter that fray. Do they engage on the side of free markets and expanded individual liberties — promoting greater prosperity and freedom for all people? Or do […]

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