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Obama Becoming a Punchline, but Obamacare Is No Joke

Ed Feulner
November 14, 2013

In this post at the Foundry, Ed Feulner writes that Obamacare is becoming a job killer.  It is also becoming very difficult for people to keep the health care plans they want.

Obama and Sebelius: Obamacare Didn’t Cancel Your Plans

Amy Payne
October 31, 2013

In this post at the Foundry, Amy Payne writes that Obamacare dictates what 

Who Is Affected by Obamacare? EVERYONE

Chris Jacobs
November 5, 2013

In this post at the Foundry, Chris Jacobs asserts that, 

3 Trillion Reasons Not to Raise Taxes Again

Amy Payne
October 30, 2013

In a post at the Foundry, Amy Payne notes that President Obama has raised taxes by $3 trillion since he has assumed office.  She concludes that, 

3 Ways Obamacare Is Like HealthCare.gov

Amy Payne
October 24, 2013

In this post at the Foundry, Amy Payne notes that the abject failure of the Obamacare website, Healthcare.gov, is proving quite the analogy for Obamacare itself—with good reason.

Has Your Health Insurance Plan Been Canceled?

Amy Payne and Kelsey Harris
October 29, 2013

The authors post at the Foundry a call to hear stories from those who have had trouble with their existing insurance plans in the aftermath of the Obamacare rollout.

Administration Caught in New Obamacare Dilemma

Amy Payne
October 25, 2013

In this article posted at the Foundry, Amy Payne writes that The cuts are hitting a set of subsidies that were supposed to help pay deductibles and co-pays for lower-income Americans with Obamacare

Obamacare’s Secret Is Out

Amy Payne
October 15, 2013

Amy Payne posts at the Foundry a very simple truth in light of Obamacare, or the Affordable Care Act:

Common Core National Standards and Tests: Empty Promises and Increased Federal Overreach Into Education

Lindsey Burke
October 7, 2013

In this Special Report for Heritage, Lindsey Burke writes that Americans who cherish limited government must be constantly vigilant of pushes to centralize various aspects of our lives.

A Comparison of the House and Senate Farm Bills

Daren Bakst, and Rachel Sheffield
October 4, 2013

In this Issue Brief, the authors write that every five years when the farm bill is up for renewal, many legislators, including those who claim to be pro–free market and limited government, pu

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