Four Lions

Another Supreme Court ruling regarding the Affordable Care Act is expected before the end of the month. This time, the King v. Burwell case will decide if federal subsidies can continue to be offered to lower income Americans through the federally operated marketplace (healthcare.gov).

Source: Reuters/Gary Cameron

Source: Reuters/Gary Cameron

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iCarly

Last week, retired neurosurgeon Ben Carson and former Hewlett-Packard CEO Carly Fiorina flagged down the Republican clown car as they each announced their candidacies for the 2016 presidential election.

Interestingly, neither candidate has ever held political office (this is Carson’s first political campaign).

Source: Chicago Tribune

Source: Chicago Tribune

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Marco Polo

“While our people and economy are pushing the boundaries of the 21st century, too many of our leaders and their ideas are stuck in the 20th century,” Florida Senator Marco Rubio told supporters during his presidential campaign announcement earlier this month. Rubio might as well consider himself among those leaders trapped in time.

Source: theapricity.com

Source: theapricity.com

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The Score

In the past two months, President Obama has issued an Executive Order on immigration, unveiled a partnership with China to curb pollution and most recently proposed making the first two years of community college free for qualifying participants. This is why the man has an action figure.

Obama Figure

How did the Republican-led 114th Congress begin 2015? Well, the House celebrated by passing dynamic scoring.

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Cantor Buy Me Love

I like to think this is how Tuesday night’s election results were revealed to Virginia Congressman Eric Cantor.


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The Patriot

As the latest GOP-manufactured crisis continues on without a resolution, Texas Sen. Ted Cruz has already set his sights on his next target to use against the American government… the looming debt ceiling

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Speed 2: Cruz Control

Texas Senator Ted Cruz recently made headlines this week when he sparred with fellow Senator Dianne Fienstein over her assault weapons ban legislation.

Cruz Hearing

Cruz questioned the constitutionality of the bill, completely unaware of the court cases that have established such a ban as clearly within the safety parameters of the Constitution.

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