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October 20, 2017

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Why the GOP Still Hasn’t Been Able To Repeal Obamacare

For seven years now, all we’ve heard from Republicans was how horrible the Affordable Care Act was and how they would do everything possible to repeal it. Occasionally, they would insert the word replace at the end to assuage concerns and to fool people into believing they were desirous of coming up with a genuine

What Jennifer Rubin Still Doesn’t Get About the 2016 Election

“Most Republicans in Congress would prefer a stable, very conservative president who once served in the House and governed a red state. All they have to do is get Trump out of there and the Pence presidency can begin. Well, sure, but how is that going to happen?” Ever since last November, I’ve written at

Lisa Murkowski and Susan Collins Are the Real Heroes in GOP Repeal Fail

Yes, technically speaking, John McCain was the senator who cast the deciding vote that torpedoed Mitch McConnell’s “skinny” repeal bill, the one that supposedly no Republican, save for maybe Ted Cruz, wanted to pass and that, for some peculiar reason, all of them seemed to believe Paul Ryan would prevent from going to a vote

The Great Republican Half Truth About Obamacare

Over the last seven years, Republicans have said a lot of things about the Affordable Care Act that have been proven to be false (e.g., death panels, socialized takeover of the healthcare industry). But for the last eighteen months they’ve made one claim that has, unfortunately for proponents of the ACA, been hard to refute,

The Looming Constitutional Crisis

It is now all but certain that Donald Trump will attempt to fire Special Counsel Robert Mueller. The only questions that remain are how and when. Six months into this travesty of an administration and what we have is a West Wing in disarray, cabinet members who are in over their heads and a chief

Obamacare Gets A Stay of Execution . . . For Now

With the announcement that Mike Lee of Utah and Jerry Moran of Kansas have decided to vote “no” on a motion to proceed, there are now four Republican senators who have gone on record as saying they cannot support the healthcare bill “in its current form.” Susan Collins of Maine and Rand Paul of Kentucky

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