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  • Is Obama trying to get impeached to distract us?

    Is Obama trying to get impeached to distract us?
    Please pay very close attention to this column, because the Obama administration will probably attempt to distract you as you're reading. That distraction could come in the form of lawless government overreach or an outbreak of international violence....
  • Obamacare subsidies lead two courts to battle over law's meaning

    Well, that certainly clears things up. Hours after a federal appeals court ruled Tuesday that the 2010 healthcare law provided insurance subsidies only to people living in 14 states, another appeals panel reached exactly the opposite conclusion in a...
  • IRS wouldn't take this from nation's taxpayers

    Sometimes it is right to assume the worst, especially when any government employee tries to hide misdeeds by pretending to have lost two years of emails that might shed light on an issue. If the emails can't be retrieved because the hard drives are either...
  • Appeals court undercuts key tax plank in health care law

    WASHINGTON A top appeals court on Tuesday undercut a key plank of the Affordable Care Act, ruling that tax credits that help consumers buy coverage can't be provided in the 36 states that use the federal health insurance marketplace. In a highly...
  • Good reasons to sue President Obama

    In their column, "Why Congress must sue Obama," David Rivkin Jr. and Elizabeth Price Foley contributed important information about the legal and political basis for the U.S. House's suit of the president. Outside of the president's unilateral changes to...
  • Schiff to host forum on identity theft

    On Monday, Rep. Adam Schiff (D-Burbank) will host a forum on identity theft protection at the L.A. Zoo’s Witherbee Auditorium at 7 p.m. intended to teach constituents how to better protect themselves from fraud and what to do in the event that their...
  • Appeals courts split on health law subsidies

    Two federal court rulings Tuesday reached opposite conclusions about the legality of subsidies used to offset the cost of Affordable Care Act health coverage in the latest battle over the politically polarizing health-care law. Whichever ruling holds...
  • Durbin should lead corporate tax overhaul

    It would appear that U.S. Sen. Dick Durbin, D-Ill., can take a victory lap given Walgeen Co.'s announcement to keep its headquarters in Deerfield. The senator pushed hard for this outcome in a variety of ways, including through his claim that to do...
  • Kevin Hunt: Back-To-School Financial Aid Scam; E-Zpass 'Unpaid Toll' Virus

    Kevin Hunt: Back-To-School Financial Aid Scam; E-Zpass 'Unpaid Toll' Virus
    Summer's not the time to relax, at least when the next phone call, email or letter could be part of a criminal conspiracy to steal your money, your identity or threaten to send your children to foster care. Do not resume normal leisure activities...
  • Miramar man pleads guilty to wire fraud, aggravated identity theft

    A Miramar man pleaded guilty Tuesday to a count of wire fraud and a count of aggravated identity theft. Donald Claude, 34, of Miramar, faces up to 20 years in prison for wire fraud and a mandatory term of two years in prison for aggravated identity...
  • Group picked by Quinn administration made no loans, but kept $150,000

    Group picked by Quinn administration made no loans, but kept $150,000
    As Gov. Pat Quinn's aides sought to pump up an anti-violence program ahead of his November 2010 election bid, they decided to add to the pot $3.76 million in federal disaster recovery funds from Hurricane Ike to make loans to small businesses. In the...