(John Hinderaker) The Washington Post reports that a “clear majority” of Americans support President Obama’s proposed nuclear deal with Iran: By a nearly 2 to 1 margin, Americans support the notion of striking a deal with Iran that restricts the nation’s nuclear program in exchange for loosening sanctions, a new Washington Post-ABC News poll finds. Show More Summary
CONCORD – The man expected to serve as campaign manager for all-but-certain Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton is in New Hampshire Monday night and Tuesday. The Washington Post and NH1 News have confirmed that Robby Mook is in the first-in-the-nation primary state, meeting with Democratic officials, politicians, and activists. Joining Mook on his trip is […]
Ben Bernanke is back and mulling over low interest rates. From the Washington Post: Blogging isn't dead. At least, Ben Bernanke, former chairman of the Federal Reserve, doesn't think so: He's now blogging at the Brookings Institution. Show More Summary
Seriously? Democrats hope to put a “human face” on abortion. What sick people. Liberals hope to put a “human face” on abortion with new abortion spas. The Washington Post reported: With its natural wood floors and plush upholstery, Carafem aims … Continue reading ?
Last month, the Washington Post wrote a story about the debate over raising the minimum wage in America, focusing specifically on how, despite bold headlines on both sides of the cause, for the average worker the relief would be welcome, but it wouldn’t be life-changing. One such employee was Shanna Tippen, a Days Inn employee, who […]
Apparently making an abortion facility look more like a spa is going to “destigmitize” killing unborn children. The Washington Post reports that a new abortion business is opening in DC and its goal is to make abortion more glamorous. The facility, CaraFem, is opening in April and will offer hot tea and comfy robes. The […]
WASHINGTON — Closing in on an expected announcement that he will run for president, Sen. Marco Rubio said Monday that he is planning a political event in two weeks in Miami to announce his 2016 plans. Continue reading ? The post Marco Rubio expected to announce presidential campaign April 13 appeared first on PBS NewsHour.
The Washington Post The Washington Post has “decided to internally transfer or eliminate certain non-Newsroom positions,” publisher Fred Ryan said in a memo to staffers Monday. Ryan did not specify how many positions will be eliminated, but said the cuts come after “much careful deliberation” for the employees affected. Show More Summary
The Washington Post Shanna Tippen, a Days Inn employee who was featured prominently in a Washington Post story about an increase of the minimum wage, was fired from her job by the hotel manager soon after the story ran. Chico Harlan,...Show More Summary
To advocate for war, as the Washington Post and New York Times op-ed pages have done, is to incite a crime--“the supreme international crime,” as the chief prosecutor at Nuremberg noted.
An Arkansas woman claims she was fired from her minimum-wage job after speaking to a Washington Post reporter about living paycheck-to-paycheck on minimum wage, the Washington Post is reporting. Shanna Tippen was barely scraping by, putting in long hours — at minimum wage — at the Days Inn and Suites in Pine Bluff, Arkansas. Show More Summary
Shanna Tippen, an Arkansas woman making minimum wage cleaning hotel rooms, was fired from her position for talking to a Washington Post reporter about living on the minimum wage. The hotel manager who fired Tippen actually suggested she talk to reporter Chico Harlan, then fired her for saying a minimum wage increase of 25 cents won't lift her out of poverty. Read more...
Apple CEO Tim Cook published an op-ed in the Washington Post, attacked Indiana’s just-signed Religious Freedom Restoration Act, which gives businesses and individuals in the […]
On Monday, the Washington Post's Sandhya Somashekhar zeroed in on the "unabashed approach" of Carafem, Washington, DC's latest abortion center, which, in her words, "reflects a new push to destigmatize the nation's most controversial...Show More Summary
The longtime New York senator wrapped up succession to Harry Reid very quickly after Reid announced his retirement last week. As the Washington Examiner said: “Sen. Charles Schumer was all but crowned successor to Senate Minority Leader Harry Reid Friday, capping nearly a decade of meticulous planning and labor with the top Democratic leadership post […]
An Arkansas woman said this week that she was fired from her job as punishment for telling a reporter that she backed the state’s 25-cent minimum wage hike. In a profile by The Washington Post last month, Shanna Tippen talked about how just $2 a day extra in pay would make a difference in her...
A hotel employee in Arkansas told a Washington Post reporter she'd been fired after being quoted in his article on minimum wage workers.
Washington Post, March 30 Pine Bluff (AR) Days Inn employee Shanna Tippen talked to the Washington Post about her quarter-an-hour raise in February. The slight bump in pay – to $7.50/hour – won’t make much difference, she told the Post’s Chico Harlan. He reports today that Tippen was fired by hotel manager Herry Patel for … Read More
Apple CEO Tim Cook has taken to the Washington Post to tell the nation that, in the words of the headline, "Pro-discrimination 'religious freedom' laws are dangerous."
A hotel owner in Arkansas fired an employee after she spoke to the Washington Post's Chico Harlan about the state's 25 cent wage hike last month. Harlan writes this week that Shanna Tippen, who at the time of the original story worked...Show More Summary