*AUDIO* Mark Levin: The Leftist News Media And The GOP Debates




Cruz Campaign Raises $1.1M In First 22 Hours Following CNBC Debate

Ted Cruz Campaign Announces How Much Money It Raised In The 22 Hours After The CNBC Debate – The Blaze

The Ted Cruz campaign on Thursday announced it had raised $1.1 million in the 22 hours after the CNBC Republican presidential debate.

The average donation was $54, the Cruz campaign said.


Speaking to the Fox News Channel’s “Special Report,” the Texas senator said “this level of support shows just exactly how energized and excited people are by our campaign.”

“Whether it’s on the stage or on the stump, we are telling the truth to the American people about how broken and unaccountable Washington is, and how it’s going to take consistent conservative leadership to get America back on track,” Cruz said. “We are seeing conservatives begin to coalesce around my campaign.”

“It’s Tea Party groups, libertarians, evangelicals, social conservatives, and millions more who have been disappointed by the career politicians and lobbyists of the Washington Cartel,” he added. “People want to unite behind someone who will take on Washington and I believe that’s why we’re seeing such tremendous support.”

Most political pundits said that Cruz performed well during the Wednesday debate. He earned the largest applause from the crowd when he blasted the moderators for their conduct and came in first in TheBlaze’s online poll.



*VIDEO* Ben Carson: CNBC Republican Presidential Primary Debate – 10/28/15

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*LIVE STREAMING* CNBC Republican Presidential Primary Debate (10/28/15 – 8pm ET)

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Participants: Ted Cruz, Ben Carson, Marco Rubio, Rand Paul, Donald Trump, Mike Huckabee, John Kasich, Chris Christie, Jeb Bush and Carly Fiorina



What Leftism has wrought

You know, Congress could have just tried to address opening up competition across state lines for health care insurance, and maybe some tax credits for poorer Americans to go buy the coverage they wanted. They could have left those already insured alone, but no, Congress, as usual, had to  try to reinvent the wheel, with predictable results


It’s a batting average that won’t land the federal marketplace for Obamacare into the Healthcare Hall of Fame.

As few as 1 in 100 applications on the federal exchange contains enough information to enroll the applicant in a plan, several insurance industry sources told CNBC on Friday. Some of the problems involve how the exchange’s software collects and verifies an applicant’s data.

“It is extraordinary that these systems weren’t ready,” said Sumit Nijhawan, CEO of Infogix, which handles data integrity issues for major insurers including WellPoint and Cigna, as well as multiple Blue Cross Blue Shield affiliates.

Experts said that if Healthcare.gov’s success rate doesn’t improve within the next month or so, federal officials could face a situation in January in which relatively large numbers of people believe they have coverage starting that month, but whose enrollment applications are have not been processed.

“It could be public relations nightmare,” said Nijhawan. Insurers have told his company that just “1 in 100″ enrollment applicants being sent from the federal marketplace have provided sufficient, verified information.



*VIDEOS* CNBC Republican Debate: Rochester, Michigan – November 9, 2011

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*LIVE STREAMING* CNBC Republican Debate: Rochester, Michigan – November 9, 2011 – 8pm EST




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