Thank God. The Obama administration is giving consumers eight more days – an entire Hanukkah! – to sign up for Obamacare, pushing the enrollment signup deadline back from December 15 to December 23. That’s the drop dead date for signing up on the exchanges if you don’t want a break in your coverage. The eight days is supposed to make up for the inconvenience of
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As most of you I’m sure realize, today marks the 50th anniversary of the assassination of John F. Kennedy. I know some of you are old enough to remember, and it’s long been an axiom that everyone recalls where they were when they got the news that terrible day. I wondered if some of you might want to share your experience and your thoughts in
At just under 50 percent, President Obama’s average approval rating for his presidency is exactly the same as Richard Nixon’s, according to Gallup. Obama has seen his approval numbers plummet as the public discovers the falsehoods he used to sell Obamacare and witnesses the incompetence of the Obamacare rollout. His Gallup approval was at just 40 percent as of Thursday, while a CBS News poll
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White House Deputy Press Secretary Josh Earnest dismissed White House press corps concerns about the access of news photographers to President Obama, seeking to justify the use of official White House photographers to capture certain events instead. With the press barred, Obama’s photographers release their idealized propaganda shots directly to the public, placing their work on the White House website and disseminating it through social