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Dobson wins temporary ObamaCare exemption

Dobson wins temporary ObamaCare exemption

Ministry spared ObamaCare requirement to include the morning-after pill, other emergency contraception in its health insurance

Economic Statistics for 17 Apr 14

Economic Statistics for 17 Apr 14

Weekly initial jobless claims fell 4,000 to 300,000. The 4-week average fell 4,250 to 312,000. Continuing claims fell 11,000 to 2.739 million. The Bloomberg Consumer Comfort Index rose 2.8 points to -29.1 in the latest week. The Philadelphia Fed Survey rose from 9.0 to 16.6 in April. The Fed’s balance sheet rose $39.8 billion last week, with total assets of $4.284 trillion. Total reserve bank credit rose by $39.7 billion. The Fed reports that M2 money supply rose $41.5 billion in the latest week

Gallup says only 4% “newly insured”

Gallup says only 4% “newly insured”

To make it even worse, of those 4%, only 2.1% got them through exchanges: All of this … mess … for 2.1% (the rest likely got theirs when they found a job)? ? All of this intrusion and incompetence and frankly, fascism (see IRS involvement in the ‘new’ system) for a percentage that is essentially insignificant. ? We would have gotten off a lot cheaper and disrupted a few million less lives if we’d have just paid for it (I’m not suggesting…

Jay Carney reveals President Obama’s most challenging interviewer of the 2012 campaign

Jay Carney reveals President Obama’s most challenging interviewer of the 2012 campaign

**Written by Doug Powers When you hear “left-leaning satirical news program” your mind might automatically think “network newscast,” and you’d be correct. However, Jay Carney revealed in a recent interview that no “mainstream” outlet was as tough on President Obama during the 2012 as The Daily Show’s Jon Stewart: I think if you look back at 2012 and the series of interviews the President of the United States gave, probably the toughest interview he had was with Jon …

Big shock: Changes to Census Bureau survey will make it difficult to measure effects of Obamacare

Big shock: Changes to Census Bureau survey will make it difficult to measure effects of Obamacare

**Written by Doug Powers To be filed under “If you like your old health care questionnaire, you can keep your old health care questionnaire.” From the New York Times : The Census Bureau, the authoritative source of health insurance data for more than three decades, is changing its annual survey so thoroughly that it will be difficult to measure the effects of President Obama’s health care law in the next report , due this fall, census officials said. The changes are intended to improve the accuracy of the survey, being conducted …

Painting over the rot

Painting over the rot

I’ve been watching the media circus surrounding the resignation of HHS Secretary Kathleen Sebelius. ? If a more inept bureaucrat ever lived, the best they could do is hope to tie with her for last place. ? Yet we have so-called “jounalists”, or at least those who would like to be thought of as journalists, so engaged in …

Kansas shooting suspect identified, believed to be white supremacist

Kansas shooting suspect identified, believed to be white supremacist

OFFICIALS HAVE identified the man who killed three people outside a Jewish community center and retirement home Sunday as 73-year-old Frazier Glenn Cross, whom the Southern Poverty Law Center says has a long history of ties to white supremacist groups. VIDEO: Suspect in deadly Kansas shooting in custody

Colo. school district hires ‘DREAMer’ teachers

Colo. school district hires ‘DREAMer’ teachers

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Iran says has no plans to substitute UN envoy pick

Iran says has no plans to substitute UN envoy pick

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Deputy Secretary of State Burns to retire in the fall, White House says

Deputy Secretary of State Burns to retire in the fall, White House says

The officials said Friday that Deputy Secretary of State William Burns plans to step down in October, following a 32-year career in the foreign service that included stints as U.S. ambassador to Russia and Jordan, top Middle East hand and leader of a team that held secret talks with Iran.

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