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Words Mean Things

I just posted the following in response to a story at the Deseret News regarding the payment those who forego insurance must remit: From the article: “The uninsured risk IRS fines.” The IRS doesn’t have to worry about such messy, … Continue reading

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Sgt. Friday Grills Pres. Obama

Sergeant Friday Grills President Obama By Ken K. Gourdin Sergeant Joe Friday, of Dragnet fame, takes on President Obama (with a little help from Officer Bill Gannon), and not only does Sergeant Friday fillet President Obama, he grills him! And … Continue reading

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What Real Health Care Reform Looks Like

What Real Health Care Reform (Which Actually Reforms Health Care, Rather Than Simply Tampering With Health Insurance, as Obamacare Does) Looks Like — (Hint: It Doesn’t Come [At Least, Not Directly] From the Government) By Ken K. Gourdin The article … Continue reading

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The “Shutdown” and Essential Government Services

While Standing for Fiscal Sanity is Laudable, Those Responsible for Fiscal Policy Need to Take a Hard Look at What is Considered “Essential” so as to Prevent Unintended, Avoidable, Adverse Consequences to Those Who Are Least Able to Weather Them … Continue reading

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Fiscal Restraint Forestalls Only Long-Term Consequences

Cruz and Lee are Easy Demonized:  The Short-Term Consequences of the So-Called “Shutdown” are More Keenly Felt Than the Long-Term Consequences of Continued Government Profligacy By Ken K. Gourdin I just had an Op-Ed published in The Tooele Transcript-Bulletin offering … Continue reading

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Sebelius: Loyal Soldier, Sacrificial Lamb

Secretary Sebelius: Loyal Soldier, Sacrificial Lamb By Ken K. Gourdin “I’m sorry.” Usually, someone delivers those words sincerely, having recognized a wrong committed and having approached the person wronged in a spirit of humility and contrition, with a desire to … Continue reading

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