Monthly Archives: October, 2014

UN Ambassador Samantha Power says she’s self-monitoring for Ebola

Back  from her trip to some of the hardest-hit Ebola countries in Africa, U.S. ambassador to the U.N. Samantha Power said Friday she was self-monitoring for the virus and following federal guidelines. Those directives are significantly more lax than those American military members dispatched to the region will be required to complete upon returning to the …

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Medicare bought meds for dead people

Medicare’s prescription program kept paying for costly medications even after patients were dead. No wonder the government is in debt.  This  problem was traced back to a head-scratching bureaucratic rule that’s now getting a second look.

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Fast & Furious II – The Grenade Probe

Federal agents and prosecutors in Arizona made multiple errors in their investigation of a U.S. citizen who was suspected of smuggling grenade components to Mexico, including failing to arrest him when there was more than enough evidence to do so, the Justice Department watchdog said in a harshly critical report Thursday.

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Obama adviser likened Iran nuclear deal to ObamaCare

Deputy National Security Adviser and MFA in creative writing Ben Rhodes likened an Iranian nuclear deal to ObamaCare in a talk to progressive activists last January. These  remarks, made at a since-discontinued regular meeting of White House personnel and representatives of liberal interest groups, reveal the importance of a rapprochement with Iran to President Obama, …

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Eric Holder To Ferguson Leakers: ‘Shut Up’

So Holder is mad.  Attorney General Eric Holder says that he is beyond exasperated — he is “mad,” in fact — at the leaks pouring out of the investigation into the police shooting death of Michael Brown in Ferguson, Missouri. Yeah, you see, he wants to keep the truth hushed up.

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NHS staff to stage new four-hour strike over pay

NHS workers, including nurses and midwives, are to stage a new four-hour strike in England on 24 November as part of an ongoing pay dispute. Members of 11 unions will walk out over the government’s decision not to accept a recommended 1% pay rise.  A Department of Health spokesperson said they could not afford the pay …

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Former Guantanamo detainees suspected of joining ISIS, other groups in Syria

The sheeple voted for that ass, so what do you expect?  As many as 20 to 30 former Guantanamo Bay detainees released within the last two to three years are suspected by intelligence and Defense officials of having joined forces with the Islamic State and other militant groups inside Syria, Fox News has learned.

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Former Marine banned from daughter’s school after dispute over Islam lesson

Damn, the brainwashing by progressives/liberals is becoming a PITA.  Imagine banning someone for objecting to propaganda being taught to their child.  A former Marine who served in Iraq says he’s been banned from his daughter’s Maryland high school after a heated argument over a lesson on Islam.

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Obamacare, Year One: 78 Percent Premium Hikes

We told them this would happen but they wouldn’t listen.  Obamacare hiked health insurance premiums by up to 78 percent, according to a new analysis comparing insurance costs before and after Obamacare. HealthPocket, a nonpartisan health insurance research company, analyzed government data on individual health insurance premiums in the 2013 market before Obamacare reforms and 2014′s …

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Donald Trump: ‘Morally Unfair’ to Use Soldiers in Ebola Fight

Billionaire Donald Trump said the United States should not be sending troops to West Africa and that it was “morally unfair to the soldiers and to the soldiers’ families.” He said there would be “hell to pay” if any soldiers contract the virus. One of Obama’s biggest critics, Trump said that Washington should not be sending …

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