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ACA disrupts dental coverage market

Since its disastrous rollout, the bad press hasn’t stopped coming for Obamacare. First, the health insurance exchange website — which cost $600 million to create — simply didn’t work. (Three 20-year-old programmers, however, managed to fix one of the site’s

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So, why do we need Republicans? 2

March 26, 2013 By John Seiler Republicans now are searching for a new path for their party. They’re realizing they can’t win with their current policies. They’re trying to be a new, “hip,” “with it,” pro-middle class party. So here’s

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Rand Paul helps jumpstart GOP morale 1

March 16, 2013 CalWatchdog.com Editors NATIONAL HARBOR, Md. — It’s no secret that Republicans in the Golden State have been dispirited by the last two election cycles where the GOP has been relegated to virtually no power in statewide politics. 

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Pay no attention to the political consultants behind the curtain

March 15, 2013 By Katy Grimes As long as I have followed politics closely — since Junior High school in the 1970’s — I’ve said political consultants will be the death of the Republican Party. And now, finally, a political

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Video: Good news: 3/4 of Americans distrust the federal govt.

Feb. 1, 2013 By John Seiler Some good news: As Judy Woodruff reports, 73 percent of Americans distrust the U.S. government., that relentless tyrant that controls, robs and ruins our lives. This is an opportunity for Republicans. They have been

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Mamet: Govt. should NOT enslave us 13

Jan. 27, 2013 By John Seiler I got some pretty good response to my article, “Brown official: You’re our slave.” I was attacking the statement by Gil Duran, Gov. Jerry Brown’s press secretary, “We have to look beyond our personal

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Audacity! Mich. shows Calif. GOP how to revive party

Dec. 12, 2012 By John Seiler When I was growing up in Michigan in the 1960s, the Democratic Party mostly dominated the state. Kennedy, Johnson and Humphrey won the presidential contests. Democrats controlled the Legislature. And labor unions dominated the

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Victor Davis Hanson: ‘California is very hard to screw up’ 9

Dec. 6, 2012 By John Seiler “California is very hard to screw up,” noted author Victor Davis Hanson told about 130 California business and community leaders Wednesday. He spoke at the Freedom Forum held at the Fairmont Hotel in Newport

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Election losers still win big

Dec. 3, 2012 Katy Grimes: The chief strategist for Mitt Romney’s presidential campaign has finally spoken out about what happened. And as expected, he’s playing down the significance of the loss. In a Washington Post op ed, Romney’s Chief Strategist

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Secession fever: Don’t catch it 15

Nov. 19, 2012 By Steven Greenhut SACRAMENTO — Psychiatrists talk about the progressive stages of grief people experience after suffering a devastating loss in their personal lives, moving from denial to anger to bargaining (i.e., trying to strike a “deal”

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