Remember How Obamacare Is Supposedly No Longer a Campaign Issue?

Sure you do. Of course, the facts show that Obamacare remains very much a campaign issue--the unsubstantiated claims of Greg Sargent and Paul Krugman notwithstanding--and now, via InstaPundit, we have an indication that if anything, not enough is being made about the deleterious effects of health care "reform":Institutions say complying with the Affordable Care Act has caused …

Hacks and Flacks

Having blogged for some time now, I understand that there are partisan divisions in the political blogosphere, and I understand as well that they are here to stay. That having been written, it is worth noting--as James Oliphant notes--that port-side bloggers are acting as publicity agents, apologists and all-around hacks on behalf of the Obama …

Quote of the Day

The notion that conservatives not only oppose liberal health care reforms but are vigorously working to deny Americans access is a popular one on the left. If you don't support Obamacare, you are basically endorsing murder. A recent contemptible piece in The New Republic, which argues that Democrats should—without any evidence, if necessary—blame the unfortunate …

Obamacare: It’s Getting So Much Beta All the Time*

It's worth emphasizing up front that this story has to do with the Washington state exchange website, but in any event, we have yet another indication that government IT does not inspire confidence: For the second week in a row, the Washington Healthplanfinder website is down, and it's causing problems for people who are dealing with …