It may be time for Republicans who hate the President’s Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act to stop being dishonest with themselves and admit: Mitt Romney probably isn’t going to do much in the way of changing Obamacare.
Being the charitable sort of fellow I am, I thought I might take a moment to offer a bit of advice to the forces that have rather loudly arrayed themselves against the glowering evil that is one of the largest purveyors of not-so-fine food in the country.
A recent study of more than 12,000 people shows that up to one glass of red wine a day doesn’t just help your heart and blood pressure, it cuts your risk of liver disease in half. This liver protection is mainly attributed to the resveratrol, a polyphenol and antifungal chemical that’s found just below the skin of red wine grapes.
Rather than try to take on the 2nd Amendment from the front, Senator Chuck Schumer (D-N.Y.) and his accomplices pinned their pusillanimous program to ban everything north of your daughter’s pink .22 Crickett onto the Federal cyberspying bill.
On Sunday, CNN played the song “Stupid Girls” before a story about Sarah Palin. The snippet of the song contained the lyric, “Stupid girl, stupid girls, stupid girls, maybe if I act like that…”
A billboard in Caldwell, Idaho, is causing an uproar. The highway advertisement compares President Barack Obama to alleged Batman shooter James Holmes. Attempts to get the billboard removed have been unsuccessful.
New reports indicate that law enforcement agencies are increasingly adopting the use of software that uses algorithms to predict where and when crimes are likely to take place by monitoring human behavior.
OKLAHOMA CITY, (UPI) — Melba Morrow says she plans to spend her 88th birthday the way she spends many of her days, answering phones for the Oklahoma State Bureau of […]
TAMPA, Fla., (UPI) — Police in Florida said a dump truck rolled into a home while the driver was inside a neighboring restaurant. Tampa police said Daniel Echols, 53, parked […]
HAMILTON, Ohio, (UPI) — Authorities in Ohio said they arrested a woman accused of trying to break into a jail while shouting, “I want to be arrested.” The Butler County […]
PRESCOTT, Ariz., (UPI) — Police in Arizona said they were trying to identify a suspect who allegedly tried to pass two counterfeit $100 bills bearing a watermark of Abraham Lincoln. […]
LONDON, (UPI) — Some volunteers in the London Olympics Opening Ceremonies have called colleagues “crass” and “disrespectful” for selling props from the show. Items including costumes, a book read to […]
WASHINGTON, (UPI) — A report by a special inspector general for Afghanistan said Monday the billions of U.S. dollars invested in Afghanistan’s infrastructure could be lost. The report to Congress […]
CENTENNIAL, Colo., (UPI) — Suspect James E. Holmes faces 142 charges, including 24 first-degree murder counts, in the massacre at an Aurora, Colo., movie theater, in which 12 people died. […]
NEW YORK, (UPI) — Negotiations over an international arms trade treaty set the mark for what’s expected in a binding treaty, a director from the ICRC said. Parties to monthlong […]
WASHINGTON, (UPI) — Former U.S. Vice President Dick Cheney said he thinks Barack Obama is “one of our weakest presidents,” and worse than ex-President Jimmy Carter. “I obviously am not […]
PRINCETON, N.J., (UPI) — Job creation, reducing corruption on the federal level and lowering the federal budget deficit were the top issues listed by U.S. voters in a new Gallup […]
AKRON, Ohio (UPI) — Arrogant bosses are typically poor performers who cover up insecurities by disparaging subordinates and can hurt a company’s bottom line, U.S. researchers say. Professor Stanley Silverman, […]
FORT WORTH, Texas (UPI) — American Airlines said some long-haul domestic flights would be run with planes with so-called lie-flat seats in the business and first class sections. The airline […]
BOSTON, (UPI) — Sixteen Republicans elected to represent Massachusetts at the Republican convention have formally challenged the state party’s decision to oust them. In a letter to the national committee, […]
LONDON (UPI) — Standard and Poor’s said it was maintaining Great Britain’s AAA credit rating in anticipation of an economic upswing. The ratings agency said that while the British economy […]
VALLEJO, Calif., (UPI) — About a dozen people were stuck mid-air when Superman stopped flying at a California theme park. Riders on the Superman Ultimate Flight rollercoaster were left 150 […]
DALLAS (UPI) — The surface of the eye and the cornea are particularly vulnerable to the sun’s rays and that’s why a U.S. eye expert recommends everyone use sunglasses. Dr. […]