Reid calls Bundy supporters ‘domestic terrorists’


U.S. Sen. Harry Reid on Thursday called supporters of Bunkerville rancher Cliven Bundy “domestic terrorists” because they defended him against a Bureau of Land Management cattle roundup with guns and put their children in harm’s way. “They’re nothing more than domestic terrorists,” … Continued

Source: LVRJ

Census overhaul will obscure ObamaCare first-year effects


Changes to this year’s census will make it difficult to assess how many people gained health insurance as a result of ObamaCare’s first year of open enrollment, according to a report. The reported overhaul of census questions on health insurance … Continued

Source: The Hill

The next ObamaCare disasters

Obama claimed Friday that 7.5 million people have enrolled in exchange coverage. In fact, perhaps 20 percent haven’t paid their first premium and therefore aren’t covered, according to estimates by RAND Corp. and Goldman Sachs. The bigger question is how many will … Continued

Source: NY Post

Let HHS nominee Sylvia Burwell explain Obamacare lie

So thanks to Burwell’s nomination, Americans may finally get to the bottom of how the biggest presidential lie in recent memory made it though OMB’s fact-checking process — not once but dozens of times. The first time the lie surfaced — … Continued

Source: Washington Post

Cynical Race-Baiting Will Fail to Save the Democrats


Sadly, it has come down to this. When they assumed power in 2009, Democrats promised that a trillion dollar stimulus package would invigorate the economy and create millions of jobs. It did not happen—all while trillions of dollars were added … Continued

Source: Daily Beast

The collapse of standards in New York City’s schools

From Albany to City Hall, the education-reform movement is grinding to a halt. Meaningful teacher evaluations and standardized tests for students are either on hold or moving into the mushy world of educrat gobbledygook, where vapid self-esteem is prized more … Continued

Source: NY Post

Kate Upton Hates Her Breasts


They’re two of the biggest stars in fashion, double-billing on the covers of Sports Illustrated, Vogue and Vanity Fair and lusted over by countless admirers — still, Kate Upton can’t stand them. “I wish I had smaller boobs every day … Continued

Source: NY Post

Left Turns Those Who Dare To Disagree Into Pariahs

Like the CEO of Mozilla who resigned under pressure just 10 days into his job when it was disclosed that six years earlier he had donated to California’s Proposition 8, which defined marriage as between a man and a woman. … Continued

Source: IBD

Why Letterman’s replacement Stephen Colbert isn’t funny

Stephen Colbert is a comedy genius because he’s perfected the art of saying the opposite of what he believes. That’s right: Stephen Colbert invented sarcasm. So huzzah for the trailblazing, game-changing, water-cooler-conversation-generating new comic visionary taking over David Letterman’s chair. … Continued

Source: NY Post

Soviet-born congressional candidate looks to make history


During the darkest days of the Cold War, some in Washington feared a Communist infiltration inside the highest reaches of the government. It would have been unimaginable then that a man born and raised in Soviet-era Moscow would mount a … Continued

Source: Fox News

Lerner Mentioned Organizing for Action Job


Lois Lerner, the former IRS official at the center of the agency’s Tea Party controversy, mentioned potentially getting a job at an offshoot of President Obama’s campaign, according to newly released documents. Lerner, discussing Organizing for Action with colleagues on … Continued

Source: The Hill

Hillary Clinton pretends to be above excessive partisanship


Let’s assume that Hillary Clinton was serious the other day when she said that excessive partisanship was taking America “backwards.” That means she’s on the phone right now reading the riot act to fellow Democrats Harry Reid and Chuck Schumer. … Continued

Source: NY Post

Survey says ObamaCare rate shocks accelerating


Senate Democrats were starting to feel a little better about midterms. It was partly because of the White House publicity push claiming to have met enrollment standards for ObamaCare last week. But it was mostly because of a twofold strategy … Continued

Source: Fox News