Wall Street Journal - ObamaCare loses in the courts.

Michigan View - Corporate welfare is Democrat-approved subsidies for the rich.

MSNBC - The Senate is forced to drop the $1.3 trillion omnibus spending bill.

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Reason - America's waiters and cashiers are over-educated.

Washington Examiner - The 'political class' and middle America are headed in the opposite direction.

Wall Street Journal - The FDA is revoking approval of a breast cancer drug.

National Review - Public employee unions are "the enemy within."


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"Omnibus author and Hawaii Democrat Daniel Inouye dug up earmark requests that Senate Republicans had made in the past year (prior to their self-imposed ban) and, unasked, included them in the bill. He lavished special, generous attention—$1 billion worth of it—on some reliable GOP earmark junkies: Mississippi's Thad Cochran got $512 million; Utah's Bob Bennett, $226 million; Maine's Susan Collins, $114 million; Missouri's Kit Bond, $102 million; Ohio's George Voinovich, $98 million; and Alaska's Lisa Murkowski, $80 million."

- Kim Strassel, writing about the attempts to pass a $1.2 trillion omnibus spending bill. The bill failed.


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