The information-technology systems of Obamacare are still anywhere from 30 to 70 percent unfinished, an administration official testified today.
"There's the back-office systems, the accounting systems, the payment systems, they still need be built." read more
The collapse of ObamaCare is the tip of the iceberg for the magical Obama presidency.
All of a sudden, from Washington to Riyadh, Barack Obama's credibility is melting.
Bluntly, Mr. Obama's partners are concluding that they cannot do business with him. They don't trust him. Whether it's the Saudis, the Syrian rebels, the French, the Iraqis, the unpivoted Asians or the congressional Republicans, they've all had their fill of coming up on the short end with so mercurial a U.S. president. And when that happens, the world's important business doesn't get done. It sits in a dangerous and volatile vacuum.
Last night, the organization formerly known as President Obama's reelection campaign, Organizing for Action, held an Obamacare event in Greenville, South Carolina. The event was called "Obamacare and You!" read more
A showy red cape and an autographed Michael Jackson poster drew the most interest from potential buyers as a government auction of around a dozen personal items forfeited by prison-bound ex-congressman Jesse Jackson Jr. got underway Tuesday. read more