It’s always amazing to see people who make it to the big 1-0-0. Ruby Holt spent almost her entire life in her home state, Tennessee. She dreamed of seeing the ocean, and her assisted living facility made her dream come true.
The Secure Communities program, which made it easier for local police to tag suspected criminals as illegal immigrants, is being scrapped. This will have immediate national security consequences, critics and supporters agree.
Because many Obamacare plans are seeing huge increases in price compared to last year, the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services issued a 324 page regulation that would automatically switch consumers to a cheaper plan. The new plans would almost certainly offer fewer benefits and increased deductibles.
Rep. Alex Atwood (R-GA) told the Islander, “I would appreciate it more if the Mexican Consulate would respect the sovereignty of the United States and spend a little more effort in securing their own borders than in assisting their citizens in violating United States sovereignty.”
A Russian-based website is streaming footage from webcams, baby monitors and home security cameras from more than 100 countries.
The U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs estimates that nearly 70 percent of veterans who commit suicide are age 50 or older — double the suicide rate for the same age group of non-veterans. Using the VA’s figure of 22 veteran suicides per day, that translates to 5,540 older veterans committing suicide annually.
Ferguson protester, Bassem Masri, a self-described Palestinian Muslim, got really angry at the questioning from CNN host Michael Smerconish, who simply challenged him on his actions and comments that are escalating the situation at the protests.
Even liberal wonks are now upset at the dishonesty here. Combined with the damaging revelation of several videos of Obamacare architect Jonathan Gruber talking about how deception and a lack of transparency were intentional aspects of the law, it’s fair to assume Americans were intentionally lied to about the enrollment numbers as well. It stands to reason that somebody at the White House thought padding the numbers was a risk they had to take.
Clearly, Guantanamo Bay has become the “new front in [Obama's] hard line against the incoming Republican Congress,” the Washington Examiner notes.
The U.S. State Department recently awarded a contract worth $541,250 to a foreign research firm to conduct public opinion surveys as part of an “Arab omnibus study” in at least eight foreign countries beginning this month.
The CEO of the Freedom Center’s new website and activist program exposes the failure and racism of progressive policies.
Throughout the country, voters expressed opposition to the president’s push to amnesty millions of illegal immigrants. Even the liberal electorate of Oregon rejected granting driver’s licenses to illegal immigrants with a two-thirds majority.
By a clear 56% to 33% margin, those surveyed don’t want Mr. Obama to take the lead role in setting policy, preferring that Congress take the lead role…The 56% who now want Congress to take the lead role in policy making is a high water mark in the poll’s history.
In short, they can offer — and charge — what they want. That’s good for consumers, because it means that in order to compete, they’re always trying to win and keep customers by offering better, faster service at lower rates.
Barack Obama, anxious, as he always has been, to compare himself to Abraham Lincoln, needed a hostile Congress as a foil to create a crisis to issue an order where he and he alone would be the only actor on stage…so that his admirers would compare him to Lincoln.