CFN Gazette staff
Not ready to pay the federal fines you’re accruing for noncompliance? No
problem! Take a tip from the folks at your friendly neighborhood Hobby
Lobby corporate offices and find a loophole.
Commentary Brandon Dutcher
“Media skepticism is selective,” the author and essayist Joseph Sobran
once observed. “Lyndon Johnson didn’t meet the ‘adversary press’ when he
was pushing the (progressive) Great Society programs: He ran into it
when he pursued the (reactionary) war in Vietnam.”
A new community health initiative seeks to improve care for low-income, uninsured people in Oklahoma City.
News Brendan Hoover
Amid the nation’s health care debate, a new initiative is being launched
locally to help provide care to low-income, uninsured people. The
Oklahoma County Community Health Network seeks to maximize resources for
the metro’s 19 free clinics and two federally qualified health centers.
Gov. Fallin outlines her legislative goals for 2013, including a call for an income tax cut.
News Clifton Adcock
Gov. Mary Fallin laid out her vision for Oklahoma in her
annual State of the State address today, calling for cuts in the income
tax rate, a plan for health care and repairs to the Capitol.
Letters to the Editor D.W. Tiffee
Fallin’s $106 million-a-year tax cut proposal effectively precludes
Oklahoma from spending a net $50 million annually to insure 200,000
Oklahomans under Obamacare, a coldblooded death sentence for thousands
who will suffer and die from treatable medical conditions. The pro-life
crowd’s road to prosperity is paved with human bones.
Letters to the Editor Jo Davis
Republican governor, John Kasich, recently surprised most political
pundits by changing his mind about expanding Medicaid. “I, as all of you
know, am not a supporter of Obamacare,” Kasich explained at a press
conference. “But I think this makes great sense for the state of Ohio.”
CFN Gazette staff
Kids will be kids, as they say, but even the most adorable youngsters eventually need to learn how to eat with utensils and function without pooping themselves. That seems to be the subtext behind the Obama administration’s admonition to Oklahoma regarding the notion that somehow the redder-than-red state won’t have to abide by that mean ol’ Affordable Care Act.
Hobby Lobby's legal battle against the Affordable Care Act has made it a darling of evangelical Christians nationwide.
News Peter Wright
For supporters of Hobby Lobby, the fluorescent bulbs that light store
aisles have perhaps become a beacon of righteousness. The Oklahoma
City-based chain stepped into the political fray late last year with a
controversial lawsuit against the Affordable Care Act (ACA), a case that
has garnered praise from some of the most prominent evangelical figures
in the country.