Another surprise from ObamaCare: if you sign up for Medicaid you essentially will your home to the government when you die.
Since the shooting attack at Colorado's Arapahoe High School last Friday didn't fit the media's narrative, the story rapidly disappeared from view.
Who will pull at the traces when everyone wants to ride in the wagon? The CBO reports that only four out of 10 taxpayers are pulling at the traces.
Bells ringing over the weekend in memory of Newtown will likely fail to galvanize much anti-gun fervor, at least for the moment.
Just when Ryan's compromise on the debt ceiling and the sequester cuts appeared headed for a quick Senate approval, along comes word that the Republicans will filibuster it.
The spending deal negotiated and promoted by Republican Paul Ryan gives up the sequester cuts, the only real leverage the Republicans had to reduce government spending.
The pension reform bill passed last week in Springfield, Illinois, is just another stall, delaying once again any real attempt at solving the state's $100-billion pension plan shortfall.
The bailout of General Motors served many purposes, but it most decidedly was no victory for American citizens or taxpayers, despite claims by the president and those in his administration.
Director-General of the World Trade Organization (WTO) Roberto Azevêdo announced on Saturday the successful culmination of days of difficult negotiations to arrive at the first unanimous agreement in the history of the WTO: the approval of the Bali Package.