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There’s a lot of talk—much of it inaccurate—about the minority of conservatives who supported the individual mandate in the past, but oppose Obamacare’s requirement that all Americans buy health insurance. But these critics have devoted less attention to the fact that many liberals—including President Obama—opposed the individual mandate in the past. “The liberals hated it,” notes Jonathan Gruber in a recent New York Times profile. “People forget that.” More »Once Upon a Time, Liberals Hated the Individual Mandate
Empty chatter can be exhausting. It can also change your life. More »Six Reasons Small Talk Is Very Important---And How To Get Better At It
For Pete's sake. If it's fair game for James Carville, the rest of us can speculate too.
“I think that this will be the best thing that ever happen to the Democratic party because health care costs are gonna escalate unbelievably,” Carville told CNN’s Wolf Blitzer of a [...]More »If Obamacare Is Struck Down, Will Romney Suffer More Than Obama?
Instead, they are swing voters More »There Is No Catholic Vote, Just Catholic Sensibilities
As the debate over Obamacare rages in the U.S. Supreme Court, a picture emerges: The law is designed to address a small slice of the population. More »The Big Problem With Obamacare: It Doesn't Help Many
When you add in hundreds of billions of dollars in tax subsidies, the government is spending about 30% more than it admits. More »Washington Is Spending A Lot More Money Than You Think
The average Jane and Joe's guide to this week's Obamacare hearings before the Supreme Court. More »The Citizen's Guide To The Obamacare Supreme Court Hearings
As the global economy writhes and rattles, entrepreneurship has ever more clearly emerged as the solution to economic recovery. Young startups not only create nearly two thirds of America's new jobs, they also bring forth innovation that often revolutionizes humanity and provides widespread prosperity. The best part is, ease in creating [...] More »The 10 Best Digital Tools for Entrepreneurs in 2012
The U.S. Senate continues to debate the JOBS Act today, a bill that seeks to dramatically reshape the financing landscape of American business. The legislation enjoyed unusually strong bipartisan support in the House, passing 390 to 23 on March 8th, and continues to attract accolades from many in the venture capital and [...] More »Breaking Down The JOBS Act: Inside The Bill That Would Transform American Business
Conservatives have met the enemy, and it’s themselves More »Romney Could Move to Middle If Party Would Let Him
Ramit Sethi, Personal Finance Expert I recently caught up with an old friend, Ramit Sethi. Ramit is the author of the New York Times bestselling book, I Will Teach You To Be Rich. He also owns a blog called I Will Teach You To Be Rich, which receives over 250,000 readers [...] More »Ramit Sethi's Secrets to Landing Your Dream Job
Looking to build a business but don't know where to start? Food, booze, and cost-saving firms top IBISWorld list of industries with low barriers to entry and high growth potential. More »The 11 Hottest Industries For Start-Ups
Getting a decent return on capital involves lot more than a bunch of pretty spreadsheets. More »Ten Things They Don't Tell You In Business School