Hillary Clinton Should Not Be President of the United States

The recent revelation that Hillary Clinton used a homebrew e-mail address to avoid disclosure requirements regarding e-mails--a home-brew e-mail address that was not secure and likely exposed communications to surveillance by foreign espionage agencies, mind you--should absolutely disqualify her from any consideration for the presidency. Clinton sought to evade transparency requirements, and she put the national …

Man of the People

Behold Bill de Blasio's common touch: Despite repeatedly promising this morning that he’d take questions about the controversy surrounding his caravan breaking multiple traffic laws, Mayor Bill de Blasio shut down questions on the topic at an unrelated press conference this evening. Before walking away as reporters shouted questions at him, Mr. de Blasio read a brief …

It’s Time for a Big, Giant Health Care Reform Roundup

I have been neglectful in posting about the continuing travails of Obamacare; real life demands mean less time for blogging. There is a lot of news to cover, and the news does remain bad for Obamacare fans. Let's start with what might be the next big problem for Obamacare: Obamacare’s rollout dented the Department of …

The “New and Improved” Obamacare May Be New, But It Is Hardly Improved

Someday, when it comes to the rollout of Obamacare, I will assume that things cannot possibly get worse, and blessedly, I will be right. Today, however, is not that day: Raising concerns about consumer privacy, California's health exchange has given insurance agents the names and contact information for tens of thousands of people who went …