House Republicans today said data they have amassed from all insurers participating in the federal Obamacare exchanges show only 67 percent of those who signed up have paid their first month’s premium and thereby enrolled, far below the estimate by HHS Secretary Kathleen Sebelius that 80-90 percent had paid. What’s more, only 25 percent are age 18-34, well below the 40 percent said to be
White House Press Secretary Jay Carney today sought to justify the White House decision to withhold an email describing goals for prepping then-UN Ambassador Susan Rice for the Sunday talk shows after Benghazi, saying the email actually wasn’t about Benghazi. Carney said: It was explicitly not about Benghazi. It was about the overall situation in the region, the Muslim world, where you saw protests outside of
The briefing has concluded. President Obama’s remarks on immigration all ran here after the briefing.
And not even a thank you note! President Obama’s two recent golf excursions to Palm Springs, California and Key Largo, Florida cost taxpayers well north of $3 million, according to documents obtained by Judicial Watch. And these trips were taken after his just-completed New Year’s vacation to Hawaii, which was largely devoted to golf. From Judicial Watch: According to the Department of Air Force documents,
Well, we’ve turned the corner! And we’re headed backward. Again. The U.S. economy was all but in recession during the first quarter of 2014, growing at a rate of only 0.1 percent, the Commerce Department announced this morning. Economists and Wall Street had expected growth of just over one percent. The economy had shown signs of life during the second half of 2013, expanding at
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