CNN Poll: Twice As Many Americans Were Hurt By Obamacare Than Helped

31f31fc8-a198-467c-9e5d-ded3f672ccf7_zpsae40c393 Not an unusual data point at all, based on the polling trend — but a timely reality check for the delusional “people love Obamacare!” propagandists. CNN’s latest national survey includes a number of noteworthy nuggets, including the “Affordable” Care Act fallout verdict referenced in the headline (via Ed Morrissey): (1) President Obama’s job approval rating […] Continue Reading

Feds Spending $10 Million to Build Robot Companions for Children

*** Local Caption *** ALIZ-E project, Nao, human-robot interaction, Robot The National Science Foundation has committed $10 million to build robots that will act as “personal trainers” for children, in an effort to influence their behavior and eating habits. The government has spent $2.15 million so far for the five-year project, which is being led by Yale University. The project, “Robots Helping Kids,” will ultimately […] Continue Reading

Law Prof: Dueling ACA Rulings More About Federal Agencies' Power

supremecourt-obamacare George Washington University Law School professor Jonathan Turley says the conflicting rulings on Obamacare subsidies handed down Tuesday are less about healthcare than about the role of federal agencies. “The Fourth Circuit basically said that they would defer to the IRS,” Turley said Tuesday on Fox News Channel’s “The Kelly File.” A three-judge panel of […] Continue Reading

Obamacare in Intensive Care

Health-Overhaul-Subsidies-3 Obamacare was moved Tuesday to intensive care. Two federal appellate courts split over whether the administration can bypass Congress and rewrite the Obamacare law as it wishes Congress had written it. Such a split on a high-profile case can be resolved only by the Supreme Court. The U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of […] Continue Reading