Republicans are entering the final stage of Obamacare loss: Acceptance. First it was Ron Johnson offering tepid praise for the idea of healthcare exchanges. Now we've got Tom Coburn offering full-throated praise of the exchanges. After denial, anger, bargaining and depression over it, Coburn is leading his colleagues toward acceptance. Huffington Post: read more
Following his recent visit to the National Review offices this week, when he called for a focus on "transitioning" from Obamacare rather than repealing it, Senator Ron Johnson (R., Wis.) took to MSNBC to explain what he meant."We should...Show More Summary
Thursday’s “The Daily Rundown” line-up: Sen. Ron Johnson (R-Wis.) joins Chuck to talk health care, former Obama campaign advisers Jim Margolis and Dan Wagner join Chuck for a Deep Dive into what they learned from political advertising, and what it could mean …
At least one Republican senator is bowing to the inevitable, acknowledging that Obamacare is here to stay.
By Cowboy Investing: We have been following J.C. Penney Company Inc. (JCP) off and on since 2011 because Bill Ackman previously invested in JCP and because Ackman was influential in recruiting Ron Johnson away from Apple Retail (AAPL) in order to become JCP's new CEO to succeed Myron Ullman, who was JCP's CEO from 2004-2011. Show More Summary
On Thursday, Panthers coach Ron Rivera said it’s “more than likely” that defensive end Charles Johnson will miss Sunday’s game at Miami. Per a league source, the chances of Johnson playing are even less than that. It would be a major surprise, we’re told, if Johnson plays only six days after suffering an MCL injury,…
Following the release of Drinking Buddies with Jake Johnson, Olivia Wilde, Anna Kendrick and Ron Livingston director Joe Swanberg has another film arriving this year. All the Light in the Sky played at AFI Fest in 2012 and follows Jane...Show More Summary
In the wake of former CEO Ron Johnson's misplaced revitalization plan that pushed away loyal customers in droves, J.C. Penney has struggled to right the ship. Will current CEO Myron Ullman's strategy ultimately pay off for the embattled icon of American retail? Or will peers, such as Macy's, continue to capitalize on their precarious situation?
Democrats perpetrated massive fraud on the American people. – Fraud this massive in the private sector would bear serious legal ramifications. Senator Ron Johnson (R-WI) delivered the Republican Weekly Address released this morning. Johnson says … Continue reading ?
(CNN) – Sen. Ron Johnson, R-Wisconsin, blasted President Barack Obama's now infamous "keep your healthcare" pledge on Saturday in the GOP's weekly address. "Millions of Americans are coming to realize that those are your tire tracks on their cancelled policies," Johnson said about the President, arguing that it's "obvious that you didn't inadvertently misspeak when […]
Equities strategist Brian Sozzi has developed a very specific sideline: taking blog readers on tours of sad, pitiful, delapadated stores belonging to iconic 20th century retailers. This isn’t just a hobby, but is related to his work. Namely, telling people, “for gosh sakes, don’t buy Sears Holdings stock!” Now, his Retail Despair Tour is making a stop at JC Penney.… [More]
JCPenney is getting desperate. Once one of the top department stores in America, the company has struggled to turn a profit since failed CEO Ron Johnson's aggressive reinvention plan drove away more than a million of JCPenney's customers. Even...Show More Summary
Legislation is brewing that could be a another nail in the political coffin of Obamacare. Rep. Fred Upton (R-Mich.) and Sen. Ron Johnson (R-Wis.) have introduced legislation in their respective chambers that would “make Obamacare live up to the promises of the politicians who sold the plan to the American public.” Upton’s bill, the Keep […]
And then will Barack Obama veto his own promise? Johnson's bill, which will be introduced on Wednesday, could put Democrats in a tough spot. Asked Tuesday to explain the news that millions of Americans were losing their insurance policies, contrary...
Senator Ron Johnson (R., Wis.) said a "fear factor" is holding back insurance companies and customers dropped from plans from speaking out against the Obama administration and the healthcare law. He told the story of two cancer-stricken...Show More Summary
Senator Ron Johnson of Wisconsin and Representative Ron DeSantis of Florida have introduced the text of the 'If You Like It You Can Keep It Act,' designed to enable Americans who currently hold health-care plans to maintain them past January 1, when most of the Affordable Care Act's new mandates kick in. Show More Summary
A lot of Republicans in D.C. may not have the cahones to fight, but Ron Johnson isn’t one of them. He’s suing to force members of Congress and their staff to abide by the law and take Obamacare without subsidies. Sen. Ron Johnson tells...Show More Summary
Senator Ron Johnson announced Friday that he will be introducing legislation designed to let people keep their current health-care plans under Obamacare. The bill would grandfather currently existing plans into Obamacare and rescind a slew of new mandates the law put on those plans. Show More Summary
Here’s our editorial in support of Senator Ron Johnson’s proposal to grandfather insurance plans getting canceled by Obamacare.