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    OPEN ITEM – Rep. Buschon Challenges Security of Healthcare.Gov

    Our Hoosier Highlight has been updated with Representative Larry Bucshon (R-Newburg) challenging Obama Administration officials on the security of data on the Healthcare.gov website. Just go to our Homepage and check out the Hoosier Highlight on the top of the page to watch his comments during a hearing in the Science, Space and Technology Committee. […]

    Zoeller Fights ObamaCare in Courts While Others Send Letters

    Earlier this week a number of state attorneys general joined to write about the President Obama’s proposed “fixes” to the Affordable Care Act.  David Sherfinski of The Washington Times reports that eleven Republican attorneys general signed on to the letter to protest the haphazard implementation of the Affordable Care Act (ACA). From the letter spearheaded […]

    Signing Up for Obamacare is a Full-Time Job

    It would be an understatement to say the roll out of Obamacare has been a disaster.  All across the country people are losing the insurance plans they were promised they could keep.  The website healthcare.gov only seems to work when the wind is blowing properly, the sun is shining, and aluminum foil is properly placed […]

    We Get the Government We Deserve

    This weekend we saw a number of frustrated citizens take a stand to show that they will not allow the government to close our monuments. Depending on who you speak with in the political world, this may seem like a hollow gesture. “What did they actually accomplish?” is a question you might hear. Here’s what […]

    How’s that hope & change workin’ out for ya?

    There was a protest on the Indiana University campus this past Wednesday, in response to the university’s decision to eliminate fifty part-time hourly positions. As I noted on September 10, this was done (at least in part) to avoid the burdensome employer mandate in ObamaCare. How’s that hope & change workin’ out for ya? Some […]

    Stutzman’s Split Passes the House – Open Item

    Yesterday the House passed a Farm Bill that did not include nutrition provisions. We have covered Congressman Marlin Stutzman‘s (R-Howe) intensified efforts to split the bill over the past weeks. After passage Rep. Stutzman’s office released this statement: Transparent government won an important victory today. Conservatives seized an opportunity to split the Farm Bill, a […]

    President Obama Learns Governing is Hard – Open Item

    If you haven’t heard already, President Barack Obama has announced implementation of the employer mandate of the Affordable Care Act will be delayed until 2015. This has far-reaching political and governing implications. The most immediate impact on Indiana politics is that it kind of spoils the cottage industry of legislation our Congressional delegation had been […]

    Gov. Pence Rejects Expansion of Traditional Medicaid in Indiana

    GOV. PENCE REJECTS EXPANSION OF TRADITIONAL MEDICAID IN INDIANA Calls Medicaid System “Broken” in Letter to Secretary Sebelius  INDIANAPOLIS – Governor Pence today flatly refused to expand the traditional Medicaid program in Indiana. In a letter to Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius, Pence requested federal approval to use the innovative Healthy Indiana Program (HIP) […]

    Obama set to put politics above victims of 2012 tragedies

    Some of us were vocal from the start and some of us were careful as we just bit our tongues before politicizing it according to our own opinions, but The Hill has confirmed what many of us suspected all along: President Obama is planning on using the tragedies of 2012 (like the Newtown shooting) to […]

    Medicare Part D: a Model for Healthcare Reform?

    Wait—there are some parts of our healthcare system that are “working”? Yes, just look at the Medicare Part D prescription drug program. Using a free-market approach, Medicare Part D premiums are currently half what they were expected to be at this point when the program was enacted in 2003: about $30 per month versus $60 […]


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