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By David Keene
Allowing states to innovate could reduce dependency on bureaucracy
Topic - Julie
A debater running out of good arguments is always tempted to get mean and personal. The remaining liberal defenders of Obamacare are demonstrating this truism once more with frantic agitation over a new anti-Obamacare television commercial by Americans for Prosperity.
"Invisible" (Bantam), by Carla Buckley
Some days life is one hilarious, gunpowder-packed cliche. A friend told me he once had a conversation with a daughter's potential suitor while oiling his rifle on the porch. I asked why he wanted to scare the kid like that.
"I remember he told people he planned to finish school, go to college and make sure he did something to make his dad proud," she said.
Ms. Sullivan's mother, Julie, said she isn't angry with her daughter, even though she thinks she "could have chosen different words."