The Obama administration desperately needs young, healthy people to sign up for his signature health care law to keep across-the-board premiums down.
This week, Americans celebrated April Fools’ Day with a fake Sizzling Bacon TV series and Twitter announcing a Twitter Helmet. However, it was also a wonderful day to tell the world how you really felt about Washington’s spending problem.
Did you know there’s a limestone cavern in Pennsylvania where bureaucrats are processing federal retirement papers by hand.
Sunday marks the official beginning to March Madness. But why talk about basketball when there are much more interesting subject matters at hand? The national debt is sky-rocketing, healthcare premiums keep rising, and Leo still didn’t win an Oscar. March Madness has officially turned into March Sadness. Here are the things that made us sad this week.
This week, the White House released President Obama’s budget proposal. Not only does his proposed budget add new taxes and new spending, its lack of bipartisan support makes it dead on arrival in Congress. His proposal is so ridiculous that we’re left feeling like a guy who has been nominated for four Academy Awards, but never wins (you know who we’re talking about).