Tag Archives: Obamacare

Wiretap: As if ‘Brown v. Board of Ed’ never happened

"Segregation as it is practiced today may be different than it was 60 years ago, it is no less pernicious."...

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April 18, 2014 Civil Rights, Education, Health, Just In, Politics, The Beats

Littwin: Because being uninsured is horrible

You’ve heard the numbers. You’ve seen the smiles. The axis has shifted, if just slightly. And the Obamacare narrative — once all about the bad […]...

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April 18, 2014 Littwin Columns, Politics, The Beats

Cracking Colorado’s rural healthcare conundrum

On the eastern plains, patients outnumber their doctors 5,000 to one. That is about the same ratio at which patients out number doctors in Afghanistan. In Denver that ratio is just over 1,300 to one. The Health Institute estimates that...

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April 16, 2014 Dig In, Health, Uncategorized

Wiretap: You will not deny your connection to the black everyman

Doug Glanville, former baseball player, ESPN baseball analyst, was racially profiled shoveling snow in his driveway. He wants to turn that somehow into a good thing....

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April 15, 2014 Civil Rights, Just In, Politics, The Beats

Wiretap: Big man bully on the west bank of the Hudson

Ryan Lizza's great New Yorker piece is about Chris Christie, Bridgegate, the peculiarities of New Jersey politics and how the big man bullied his way to the top....

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April 8, 2014 Just In, Politics, The Beats

Littwin: Obamacare lives!

  Now that the Obamacare sign-up deadline has more or less passed, it is more or less official: Obamacare is not a catastrophe. With a […]...

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April 1, 2014 Health, Littwin Columns, Politics, The Beats

Wiretap: Never mind the Iraq vets, it’s time to war with Russia

The story of a decade of war and those 2.6 million American who fought in Iraq and Afghanistan is even worse than you might expect....

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March 31, 2014 Civil Rights, Just In

Wiretap: Obamacare signups exceed 6 million

"In the real world, what counts is how well the law performs, what its strengths and weaknesses prove to be, and what fixes would actually improve things."...

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March 28, 2014 Health, Just In, Politics, The Beats

Littwin: The ‘war on women’ will get hotter

It was no coincidence that the three justices most actively engaged in the Hobby Lobby contraceptive-mandate argument were the three women justices. It’s not just […]...

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March 28, 2014 Civil Rights, Health, Littwin Columns, Politics, The Beats

It takes two to tango: attack ads already dominate Colorado Senate race

Just over a week ago, conservative PAC Americans for Prosperity released an ad slamming incumbent U.S. Senate candidate Mark Udall for his support of the Affordable Care Act. Today, Udall's campaign responded in kind. ...

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March 26, 2014 Just In, Politics, Uncategorized


Tancredo says he’s definitely in for the long haul. Maybe.

The hot rumor — as Eli Stokols and I both happened to write today — is that Tom Tancredo is looking for a way out […]

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At 87, and not the work of a firing squad

Gabriel Garcia Marquez died Thursday at 87. Cancer.

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Derek Kitchen and Moudi Sbeity, plaintiffs in a pathbreaking gay marriage case before the Tenth ...
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on Santa Fe st.
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North of Trinidad, by Miles Moffeit
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Hindsight by Miles Moffeit
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Lt Gov Garcia celebrates 50th anniversary of wilderness act
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with #SCOTUS hearing the #hobbylobby case today, Denver crafters deliver no thx notes to AG Suthers
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