Category Archives: Healthcare

4 reasons why Donald Trump faking a doctor’s note actually matters

By Chris Cillizza, CNN Harold Bornstein, Donald Trump’s longtime personal physician, is a comic character. From his long hair to his odd personal manner and pronouncements, he is someone that is hard to take seriously. So when Bornstein told CNN … Continue reading

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Monty Python, Political Pundit

Nobody expects the Spanish Inquisition – Monty Python By Ken Feltman May was one of President Obama’s worse months ever and June was hardly better for his reelection prospects. Despite that, polls suggested he was widening his lead in critical … Continue reading

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BLAMING OBAMACARE ON CHIEF JUSTICE JOHN MARSHALL – Part 1

By Anthony W. Hawks During the recent Supreme Court oral arguments on the Obamacare individual mandate, Chief Justice John Marshall was invoked no less than three times: once by Justice Sotomayer to suggest that Marshall’s opinion in Gibbons v. Ogden allowed Congress to … Continue reading

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Nun-power forces President Obama to retreat

By Ken Feltman Chicago is a place where many people – not just Roman Catholics – refer to wards and electoral districts by Roman Catholic parish names, not numbers. Amazing as it seems, a president from Chicago violated one of … Continue reading

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Will the Tea Parties grow up?

by Ken Feltman Those who know how to win are much more numerous than those who know how to make proper use of their victories. – Polybius We will all hear and read a great deal about NY-26, a congressional … Continue reading

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