National Review senior editor, Bloomberg View columnist, AEI Visiting Fellow

Obamacare should lose in next Supreme Court case

chicagotribune.com — Conservatives in Washington are increasingly confident that the Supreme Court will rule this summer that the White House has gone beyond its legal authority in implementing the Affordable Care Act . Any such decision would enrage liberals. They would accuse the Republican-appointed justices of putting a stake through Obamacare to suit their partisan preferences.

Are Republicans Ready for a Post-Obamacare World?

bloombergview.com — Millions of Americans could find their health-insurance plans endangered if the Supreme Court rules this summer that President Barack Obama's administration has broken the law in subsidizing them. The administration created this problem by pushing through a poorly written statute and lawlessly implementing it.

Savers’ Real Problem | National Review Online

nationalreview.com — A common complaint over the last six years has been that the policies of the Federal Reserve are punishing savers. According to one line of criticism, the Fed has engaged in a recklessly inflationary policy that has eroded the value of people's hard-earned savings.

Ponnuru: Health care act should lose next Supreme Court case

sltrib.com — The hitch is that nowhere does the law authorize subsidies for plans purchased on those federally run exchanges. The IRS, which administers the subsidies, has acted as though it does. The court has to decide whether the IRS is acting legally. Supporters of the IRS's policy say that the case - King v.

Obama's health care act should fail in the U.S. Supreme Court: Bloomberg opinion

oregonlive.com — By Ramesh Ponnuru Conservatives in Washington are increasingly confident that the Supreme Court will rule this summer that the White House has gone beyond its legal authority in implementing the Affordable Care Act. Any such decision would enrage liberals. They would accuse the Republican-appointed justices of putting a stake through the plan to suit their partisan preferences.

Re: Social Engineering, Etc.

nationalreview.com — Right, Kevin, that is "something close to the definition of social engineering," and it's why the child credit doesn't fit the definition. The goal of the policy isn't to get people to have kids they don't want to have absent a credit; the policy is instead designed, as you note in your second paragraph, to offset certain distortionary features of the welfare state.

Court Will Kick Obamacare to Congress

bloombergview.com — Conservatives in Washington are increasingly confident that the Supreme Court will rule this summer that the White House has gone beyond its legal authority in implementing the Affordable Care Act. Any such decision would enrage liberals. They would accuse the Republican-appointed justices of putting a stake through Obamacare to suit their partisan preferences.

The 529 Backdown | National Review Online

nationalreview.com — Liberalism needs to raise middle-class taxes, and it can't. I wrote about this right after the fiscal-cliff deal in 2013. Regardless of what politicians have been saying in public, everyone who has looked at the budget projections for the next few decades understands that, absent a sudden reduction in Americans' life expectancy or other shocking development, middle-class -benefits are going to have to be cut, middle-class taxes are going to have to be raised, or both.

Home Economics | National Review Online

m.nationalreview.com — President Obama has proposed tripling the tax credit for paid child care. Critics have said that since most parents prefer other forms of child care, it would make more sense to offer them tax relief that let them take care of their children as they wish.

Kasich on Common Core

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