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By John R. Bolton
The president fiddles at his domestic altar while the world burns
Independent voices from the The Washington Times Communities
Topic - Tucker
Democrats will use 'war on women' as long as it goes unchallenged
The mother of two disabled teens called Thursday's Supreme Court ruling on the health care law wonderful because it bars insurance companies from setting lifetime limits for medical expenses _ a big help to her family.
Rory McIlroy is playing more golf than he planned going into his title defense at the U.S. Open.
An interview with Rep. Ben Quayle, who was elected in 2010 by Arizona's 3rd congressional district, which is in the Sonoran Desert in the Valley of the Sun around Phoenix. One of his popular campaign ads stated, "Barack Obama is the worst president in history," a theme he has brought to Washington through tough, comprehensive criticism of current White House policies.
Part grisly, low-budget horror spoof, part loopy, role-reversing comedy, "Tucker and Dale" offers a genre-film thought experiment: You know all those beady-eyed, chain-saw-wielding hillbillies who seem to be constantly menacing bands of teenagers in woodsy horror movies? What if they weren't really backwoods sadists, but goofy, misunderstood hillbillies just as horrified by gruesome violence as the teens rapidly dying all around them?
The nation's new health care law adds consumer protections that kick in Thursday, forcing insurers to meet new requirements. Coverage for children with pre-existing conditions is guaranteed. Lifetime dollar caps are eliminated. And insurers can no longer cancel policies retroactively for frivolous reasons when people get very sick.