Today marks the White House’s announced opening of the Obamacare insurance exchanges. The White House and Democrats continue to assert that this is a good day for America, but polling data indicate that the majority of Americans disagree.
Local law enforcement agents don’t routinely encounter roadside bombs or military-style ambush attacks from armed insurgents. But reports from throughout the Nation indicate that small-town agencies are seemingly becoming increasingly prepared for such realities, thanks to Federal military surplus programs.
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The answer to the first question is looking more and more like a “yes” with each hour that passes. President Barack Obama said nothing new (and took no questions) at a press conference today, reiterating the harm a shutdown would do to the U.S. economy and to “our neighbors” who work for the Federal government – […]
Tech entrepreneur John McAfee, on the heels of a few months of turbulent personal problems, announced Saturday that he is working to produce an inexpensive, pocket-sized gadget that would give average people the ability to shield themselves from the National Security Agency’s spying. McAfee said that the gadget, dubbed Decentral, will cost less than $100 […]
As the government shutdown fiasco continued Monday, Capitol Hill Democrats and some Republicans embraced increasingly harsh language to describe the tactics used by GOP conservatives attempting to defund Obamacare in return for passage of a government funding bill. Representative Devin Nunes (R-Calif.) called conservative members of his Party in the House “lemmings with suicide vests” […]
As I write this, it appears that the federal government is about to shut down because the House and Senate cannot agree on whether to add language defunding or delaying Obamacare to the “Continuing Resolution”. Despite all the hand-wringing heard in DC, a short-term government shut down (which doesn’t actually shut down the government) will […]
Here is a collection of some of the stories making the Internet rounds this morning. Click the links for the full stories. With what would be the first government shutdown in 17 years due to take effect at midnight Tuesday, the Senate will return to business Monday afternoon to consider House Republicans’ weekend spending-bill offer, […]
After Senator Ted Cruz (R-Texas) delivered his marathon talk last Tuesday to galvanize GOP opposition to Obamacare, Senator Rand Paul (R-Ky.) published an opinion piece in The Washington Times, excoriating the hypocrisy of Congressional leaders who continue to support the Affordable Care Act while exempting themselves from its mandates.
If you want to get the most nutrients from a salad, take the advice of researchers who have found that what you put on your salad is as important as what’s in your salad. A study at Purdue shows that olive oil on a salad helps your body absorb more beneficial phytonutrients than other oils make possible.