ObamaCare exchange insurers are losing money because Americans have figured out how to game the system.

Last month, a lab research team at the Veterans Affairs San Diego Healthcare System released the findings of its study on e-cigarettes, wherein the researchers prematurely concluded that e-cigarettes are “no better than regular cigarettes,” provoking criticism from doctors and other scientists. In response to the outcry against the study, the lead scientist has issued a correction clarifying that the study did not find that e-cigarette vapor was as harmful as cigarette smoke, and that the media misrepresented the study.

Anti-gun rights zealots are always looking for "back-door approaches" to curtailing the right to keep and bear arms. A lawsuit in Oklahoma challenges yet another such effort.

There is perhaps no better proof of the federal government’s collusion with Big Pharma than the government’s crusade against "vaping" — inhaling or exhaling the vapor produced by an electronic cigarette. Testimony from experts reveals that vaping is less harmful than smoking and can be an effective tool in helping smokers kick the habit. As such, it poses a competitive threat to pharmaceutical companies that produce drugs which are alleged to achieve the same result. Hence, federal agencies have targeted vaping, even funding studies to distort the facts.

A newly released study from a lab research team at the Veterans Affairs San Diego Healthcare System is the latest example of the government’s propaganda against vaping.

Throughout the congressional debate over whether taxpayer dollars should continue to fund Planned Parenthood, proponents claimed that not doing so would deny women across the country access to quality healthcare. However, according to the abortion giant's own recently released 2014-15 annual report covering its activities, it provided fewer healthcare services to fewer patients than the year before, while still continuing to abort over 300,000 babies annually.