Monthly Archives: November, 2012

Feds propose fee on health insurers in new market

Well you Obama supporters who re-elected him thought you were going to get everything free when it comes to healthcare, but like I’ve said before, Obama’s true colors have been exposed as he tries to break the private insurance companies.  Under his crooked law, health insurers  will have to pay to play in new health …

Continue reading

Exchange student abuse Pt 2: sponsor out

An organization has lost its government designation to bring foreign exchange students to the United States after facing allegations of mismanagement and lax oversight that included students being placed in homes where they were sexually abused.  On Friday the AP learned from State Department spokeswoman Susan Pittman that Pacific Intercultural Exchange, or PIE, was removed …

Continue reading

Sen McConnell: Obama’s Budget Plan Gave Me ‘Burst of Laughter’

Obama’s budget proposal is getting rather comical, as it caused Sen Mitch McConnell yesterday, to burst out with laughter. He said he “burst into laughter” Thursday when Treasury Secretary Tim Geithner presented him the plan to avoid the fiscal cliff.  McConnell said he didn’t mean to embarrass Geithner. He was merely giving his honest reaction to …

Continue reading

School Forces Child to Remove ‘God’ From Veteran’s Day Poem

West Marion Elementary School in Marion, North Carolina has created anger over teachers ordering a 6 year old girl  to remove the word “God” from a poem she was slated to deliver at a Veteran’s Day event. The first grader intended to use the opportunity to honor her two grandfathers who fought during the Vietnam …

Continue reading

Senate approves measure to prevent transfer of terrorist detainees to US

The Senate has passed a measure that prevents the Obama Administration from transferring terrorist detainees to facilities on U.S. soil, a day after it was revealed a prominent Democrat had  commissioned a federal report to identify U.S. locations that may be suitable  for housing Guantanamo prisoners.

Continue reading

US Supreme Court considers gay union cases

The 9 justices on the Supreme Court are meeting to decide whether to consider cases on the constitutionality of same-sex marriage.  In a private meeting, the bench could choose to hear any of 10 petitions that have come before the top court.  They would rule on any cases chosen on Friday by the end of …

Continue reading

Washington lawmakers threaten cutoff of Palestinian aid

A bipartisan group of senators is warning the Palestinians that they could lose U.S. financial aid and face the  shutdown of the Washington office if they use upgraded U.N. status against  Israel.

Continue reading

New Jersey Mayor Booker to live on food stamps for a week

Cory Booker who is the Mayor of Newark New Jersey,  says he will live on food stamps for a week starting Tuesday.  On Thursday Booker told the Associated Press that he will honor the challenge he made to a Twitter follower earlier this  month. Booker says he will be limited to $1.40 for each meal.

Continue reading

Arizona Gov. Brewer sued over license policy for immigrants

Since when do we give legal rights to those who are  here illegally, and that includes driving a car?  Immigration advocates have filed a lawsuit against Arizona Gov Jan Brewer’s order denying driver’s licenses for young immigrants who have gotten work  permits and avoided deportation under a new Obama administration policy.

Continue reading

Unaffordable Cost Seen for Some Under Obama Affordable Care Act

To some, such as Megan Hildebrandt, Obama’s Affordable Care Act means she can no longer be denied health insurance because of her lymphatic cancer.  But there’s a big catch:  Coverage for the 28-year-old artist and many other Americans without insurance will come at a potentially unaffordable cost. Hildebrandt relies mostly on hospital charity but with …

Continue reading