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Mike Pence’s Federalism | National Review Online

m.nationalreview.com — Mike Pence was elected governor of Indiana in November 2012 almost under the radar.

Whoops! Half of Georgia’s Insurance Enrollees Haven’t Paid Yet.

nationalreview.com — From the first Morning Jolt of the week: Whoops: Half of Georgia's Insurance Enrollees Haven't Paid Yet. This seems rather important: Georgia insurers received more than 220,000 applications for health coverage in the Affordable Care Act's exchange as of the official federal deadline of March 31, state officials said Wednesday.
RT @VodkaPundit: That Means It's Working™ RT @TabithaHale Half of Georgia’s Obamacare enrollees haven’t actually paid. http://t.co/ASP4KRgE…
"People reported more positive experiences in states w/ largely broken exchanges versus those using Healthcare. gov." natl.re/1luB6pH
Whoops! Half of Georgia’s Insurance Enrollees Haven’t Paid Yet. natl.re/1luB6pH

Enough Puff Pieces About Chelsea Clinton Already.

nationalreview.com — Also in today's Jolt: Let's Ease Up on the 'Princess Chelsea' Coverage Congratulations, Clinton and Mezvinsky families. It's a wonderful time for you. Lest I be accused of attacking a pregnant woman, let's hope that impending parenthood brings wonderful joy to Chelsea and her husband and their families, that they all enjoy some time out of the spotlight and the insufferable 2016 battlespace-preparation narratives.

Inflation: The Right Medicine

nationalreview.com — Inflation: The Right Medicine - It's not always good, but right now it is.

Inflation Cure is Medical Malpractice

nationalreview.com — James Pethokoukis writes much with which I agree in his home-page piece today: Inflation right now is running low; the rising prices that concern consumers are not in any important sense the result of Fed policy; "the Fed should explicitly and publicly target the level of nominal spending in the economy, or nominal GDP."

Springtime Thoughts | National Review Online

nationalreview.com — Springtime Thoughts - Hope bursts out again, with a raccoon family.
In which Conrad Black waxes philosophically on a baby raccoon. bit.ly/QzVSWH

A War for Oils | National Review Online

nationalreview.com — Unveiling original paintings of the world leaders he has known, George W. Bush flouts convention with a daring he only occasionally displayed as president of the United States. First, it is exceptional to see art - a manifestation of emotionalism and, more fundamentally, of humanism - come from politicians.

The Increasing Desperation of Democrats

nationalreview.com — The Increasing Desperation of Democrats - Slanders and lies may be part of a deliberate strategy to drive up turnout in November.
RT @johnfund: The Increasing Desperation of Dems: Slander and Lies May Be Part of Deliberate Strategy to Rile Up The Base http://t.co/4KRo…

The Faith, Hope, and Love of Reid Buckley

nationalreview.com — The Faith, Hope, and Love of Reid Buckley - One of the West's fiercest gladiators, and one of God's most joyful servants.

U.N. Overreach | National Review Online

nationalreview.com — U.N. Overreach - A mockery of tolerance