Polls show it’s less & less popular the more we learn about it. I’m talking about Obamacare, of course, and it’s becoming a big problem for President Obama. So much so, that he’s planning to postpone part of it until after the 2014 election. But can he get away with it? Not only is Obama’s move subjecting him to widespread criticism, including a counter-proposal by the GOP, but it may even be illegal. Bloomberg’s latest power grab, police photographing your license plates to track your whereabouts, and much more on today’s show. See the program notes, below, for all the stories we plan to discuss.
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More Americans Disapprove of the Affordable Care Act
HHS Admits: You Might Not Be Able To Keep Your Doctor Under Obamacare
On the health-care mandate, Obama reaches beyond the law
NYC Mayor Bloomberg Now Targets Elevators: Take the Stairs Instead
White House Stays Silent on Renewal of NSA Collection Order
Police Documents on License Plate Scanners Reveal Mass Tracking
Justice Department places ‘hold’ on Trayvon Martin trial evidence, including George Zimmerman’s gun – which Florida law says must be returned to him
Obama: “Trayvon Could Have Been Me”
But: Cosby: Don’t Bring Race Into Discussions About George Zimmerman and Trayvon Martin
Also: Bill Maher Booed on Letterman for Anti-Zimmerman Jokes HT: House of Sunny!
Boehner endorses push for citizenship for children of illegal immigrants
Boston Marathon Bombings Suspect Featured On Rolling Stone Cover
See also: Bosch Fawstin’s Take
Hollywood facing summer crisis with multiple big budget flops