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Alec MacGillis of The New Republic has named Michael Cannon of the Cato Institute the Affordable Care Act’s “single most relentless antagonist.” (Cannon says that, though he’d prefer to be known as freedom’s single most relentless protagonist, he’ll take the title). If … Continue reading
In a recent New York Times editorial, Thomas Friedman expressed his concern over the current government shutdown and what it means for the United States: What is at stake in this government shutdown forced by a radical Tea Party minority … Continue reading
In today’s New York Times, Paul Krugman echoes a sentiment that other supporters of the Affordable Care Act have been ramping up in the past several weeks: that the ACA is starting to look like it’s going to work, and … Continue reading
From a new Rasmussen poll: A new Rasmussen Reports national telephone survey finds that 56% of Likely U.S. Voters now consider the federal government a threat to individual rights rather than a protector of those rights. That’s up 10 points … Continue reading