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Real life stories of Obamacare

The following is from today's National Review:

Let's change things around

I've never spoken with so many people who didn't watch the State of the Union, Tuesday night.

Real heroes

Blackie Sherrod was a sports writer in Dallas for years working for both papers. I'd always get a chuckle when he referred to the Dallas Cowboys as your heroes knowing all the time he did that tongue in cheek.

Now you know the rest of the story

I found some interesting numbers Monday at from writer Joe Guest.

This has become 'breaking news?'

The New York Times is reporting famously left-leaning Hollywood, where democratic fundraisers fill the social calendar, "Friends of Abe" stands out as a conservative group that bucks the prevailing political winds.

Great work if you can get it

The following is from Showbiz 4-1-1 If you think you're underpaid, just sit down. As the Super Bowl approaches New York much like a blizzard, here are some things to think about:

Gubernatorial arrogance

The Examiner reports, while speaking with Susan Arbetter on "The Capitol Pressroom" radio show Friday morning, New York Governor Andrew Cuomo made a very controversial remark.

Catnip for Christie

The Media Research Center continues to focus the hypocrisy of some in our business.
Now, there's a class I'd sign up for

Now, there's a class I'd sign up for

The following is from a TV station in Boston and it seems like a professor is sticking it back to the global warming folks saying what we've told you here for a long time.

We'll see what else comes out of this

The Washington Post is the last place I figured I would see this.

That's what you call journalism

One of the best articles I have seen so far about "bridge-gate" showed up this past weekend in the New York Post.

Insurance companies may have no fear

Ronald Reagan once said, "Insurance companies which climb into bed with the government will get more than a good night's sleep."

It's a bridge, not Benghazi

I'm still shaking my head at this media and the Chris Christie debacle.

Welcome to the real world, Chris Christie

Governor Christie, welcome to the real world! Your sweet dreams are over and now you are right in the bullseye of being a republican in a liberal democrat world.

Who won the war on poverty? The federal government

The war on poverty turns 50-years-old Wednesday. This was was declared by President Johnson when I was just a child in 1964 and I heard about it almost every day of my life growing up.