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Even the universal cure for all humanity's ailments, a Barack Obama TelePrompTer reading, hasn't quelled the outcry over the disastrous rollout of Obamacare. Despite what he said in his recent Rose Garden performance, there are no "marketplaces," there is no "product," and it's only a good deal for the takers, not the makers. Speaking of those takers, the One said that many of them would be paying less than their cellphone or cable bills. If they can afford those things, can someone explain why we are subsidizing their health insurance premiums?
Humberto Fontova returns as a special guest to discuss his recent piece "Ted Cruz v. the Republican Establishment," and his latest book, The Longest Romance: The Mainstream Media and Fidel Castro.
One of the Mark Steyn's fave's, courageous blogging pioneer Kathy Shaidle will join us to talk about her provocative writing about Michael Moore, Dr. Phil and dinosaur love.
It's good to talk.