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If you pay any attention to coverage or discussion of poverty issues, you've likely read or heard about this post by a woman named Linda Walther Tirado. Called "Why I Make Terrible Decisions, or, Poverty Thoughts," it purports to be an autobiographical account of a poor woman struggling to make ends meet while attending school and attending two jobs. Show More Summary
Democrats won’t be able to put up a smokescreen to hide from Obamacare’s failures, Charles Krauthammer said Thursday night.Majority Leader Harry Reid can “argue all [he wants] that the sun rises in the West, it’s not going to work,”Show More Summary
MNsure, Minnesota’s state-run Obamacare exchange, has both good news and bad news.The good news is that the total number of people who have selected a plan and a payment method is up to 24,600, more than double the 11,000 that were trying to pay early in November. Show More Summary
In case you missed it over the weekend, Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos announced plans on 60 Minutes to deliver packages in the future via drone....
On Monday, Sean Hannity called the Obamacare 1-800 number and spoke with a woman named Earline Davis who he questioned about the failing Obamacare exchange website. After asking her if, for example, anybody she has spoken to really likes...Show More Summary
GUNWALKER’S COUSIN: “Moneywalker?”
Representative Raul Labrador of Idaho used colorful language at a House Judiciary Committee hearing just now in ripping into Democrats for their lack of concern about President Obama's alleged abuses of the law after they "seemed toShow More Summary
Barack Obama promised supporters today in his press conference… “We’re not going back!” The Hill reported: President Obama declared Tuesday that ObamaCare “is working” and that “we’re not going back,” as the White House looked to reboot its efforts to … Continue reading ?
Joe Jordan| Nebraska Watchdog The feud between two GOP Senate hopefuls is just the kind of news two other Republicans in the race must be thankful for. Most of the early headlines have gone to Shane Osborn and Ben Sasse leaving Sid Dinsdale and Bart McLeay on the sidelines. But as Nebraska Watchdog’s Joe Jordan...
Good God. Video at the link, and it's worth watching. "We're talking multiple months to over a year to at least address some of the critical-to-high exposures on the website itself." And that's just to fix the big holes in...
In his first remarks since the White House's deadline for the improved HealthCare.gov, President Obama renewed his commitment to the law amid criticism for its initial launch. "My main message today is we're not going back," he saidShow More Summary
No wonder the formerly wholesome Archie Comics bends over so far backward to corrupt children with politically correct depravity. Check out who is running the company: The female CEO of Archie Comics, who has been accused of sexual harassment...Show More Summary
Unreal! Barack Obama opened up his Obamacare press conference today with this unbelievable line: “We believe we’re a better country than a country where we allow every day 14,000 Americans to lose their health care coverage.” From today’s latest O-Care … Continue reading ?
“They don’t have a very good track record of building and testing systems, given what we’ve seen so far[.]"
(John Hinderaker) The 21st Amendment to the Constitution went into effect on December 5, 1933, which means that today is the 80th anniversary of the repeal of Prohibition. What struck me about Prohibition when I looked over the history is how long it lasted: from January 1920 until December 1933, almost 14 years. Show More Summary
OSHA inspectors opened an investigation at the Hawaii State hospital after workers complained assaults against them by violent patients are on the rise By Malia Zimmerman | Watchdog.org KANEOHE, Hawaii — The feds are looking into workplace violence at the state’s hospital for the criminally insane after allegations of abuse of staff by patients recently...
My friend James Deciuttis once asked me very directly, “Are you ever wrong?” It was not asked with bile, but very straightforwardly, as if asking if I ever had visited Spain.I told James that if he referred to my writing, speaking, and political activism, I have made many bad calls and misjudgments. Show More Summary