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States won’t reveal ObamaCare rate hikes for 2015 until after election

 
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States won’t reveal ObamaCare rate hikes for 2015 until after election

As ObamaCare enters its second year, many are wondering what type of rate increases Americans will experience in 2015. Enrollment on healthcare.gov doesn’t begin until November 15, almost two weeks after the mid-term elections. Many are calling this a political move to help vulnerable Democrats who voted for ObamaCare win reelection. There is one state, […]


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US Sold $486 Million Worth Of Airplanes For $32,000 In Scrap Metal

According to reports, the US Department of Defense broke down $486 million worth of G222 airplanes and sold it as scrap metal to a construction company in Afghanistan for $32,000. From The Daily Caller: That poor return on investment is documented in two letters sent by John Sopko, the Special Inspector General for Afghan Reconstruction, to Defense […]


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IRS Documentary: UnFair the Movie

C4L members may be interested in seeing a documentary on the IRS out on Tuesday, October 14th. You can find out more info on the film here.


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Indoor gun range moves in next to school, predictable outrage ensues

Students, parents, and community leaders are outraged that an indoor gun range is opening next to the local high school in Rancho Cordova, California. Apparently having a gun range in such proximity to a school is dangerous. From Reason: “Even though it’s legal, it’s still wrong. you shouldn’t mix schools with guns,” said student Damon Kalerkorinos. He helped […]


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78 Percent of Americans want vote on using military force against ISIS

According to a new poll from Reason-Rupe, 78 percent of Americans want Congress to vote on an authorization of use of military force against ISIS before the midterms. This would require Congress returning from recess since they adjourned in September to campaign for reelection. With Congress’s 19 percent approval rating, it is perhaps less surprising […]


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