The Daily Caller

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Florida's special election shows the GOP is finally getting it

Republican David Jolly speaks during a candidate forum with Democrat Alex Sink and Libertarian Lucas Overby, all candidates for Florida's congressional District 13, in Clearwater

Medicare can be exploited by either party, especially among older voters.

Eric Cantor could learn a thing or two from Delaware's charter school success

U.S. House Majority Leader Cantor addresses a news conference in Washington

There’s a lot more that could be done to improve access for military families.

How Obamacare's work incentives could impact future Social Security payouts

Social Security imagery

Cutting back on hours could lead to lower benefits down the road.

A tale of two Virginia governors

Outgoing Virginia Governor McDonnell waves to guests as he arrives for the swearing-in ceremony of incoming governor McAuliffe in Richmond

Jim Gilmore is the polar opposite of cash-money McDonnelll

A modest proposal for getting young people to sign up for Obamacare: Subsidized liposuction

A busy screen is shown on the laptop of a Certified Application Counselor as he attempted to enroll an interested person for Affordable Care Act insurance in Miami

It makes about as much sense as subsidizing gym memberships.

Nixon's lesson on income inequality

Richard Nixon, announcing his resignation of the presidency, in August 1974, over the Watergate scandal.

Guaranteed-income programs were started in the ’70s, and we haven’t been able to get rid of them since.

Obamacare website failures run deeper than personnel problems

A man looks over the Affordable Care Act signup page on the website in New York in this photo illustration

Throwing more bodies at won’t fix it, and neither will firing Sebelius

How to make the most of a government shutdown

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Fed-up federal employees could retire at higher rates…and that’s an opportunity.

Taxpayers score victory against Medicare and Medicaid fraud

Health Overhaul Applying for Benefits

On Friday, a judge overturned a 33-year-old injunction that made it difficult to detect Medicare and Medicaid fraud.

Pulling the plug on federal agencies' TVs

Congress should order federal agencies to eliminate 75% of their televisions.

Obamacare's tooth tax takes effect on January 1

The health care overhaul makes it harder to deduct dental and other medical expenses.

Watch out: Democrats are trying to implement Obamacare at the state level

They’ve decided that if Obamacare is overturned by the Supreme Court, they’ll battle it out state by state.

Will Obama kick Joe Biden off the ticket?

If I were Joe, I’d be worried.

Obama's slow jamming won't make up for lack of jobs

The president’s appearance on Jimmy Fallon’s late-night show wasn’t cool. It was meaningless.

Restoring accountability to the federal government

If fundamental changes in the underlying management culture of federal agencies aren’t made, the GSA scandal won’t be the last time taxpayer funds disappear.

Two cheers for the House transportation bill

The $260 billion bill is a half-step in the right direction, but do Republicans have the guts to get the rest of the job done?

A guide to the New Hampshire psyche

With the New Hampshire primary just days away, here are some things to keep in mind about the state’s residents.

Thoughts on JFK's assassination, 48 years later

I remember the non-stop media coverage and the surprising anti-Catholic bigotry of my neighbors.

The House Agriculture Committee: A Republican Bizarro World

The committee’s GOP chairman is blocking bipartisan attempts to cut farm subsidies.

Cain shouldn't attack his accusers

A better approach would be to try to convince voters that he has a good relationship with his wife.