Posts Tagged ‘Congress’

Second US Ebola Patient Identified as Young Texas Nurse

Written on October 13th, 2014 by kalelno shouts
A 26-year-old nurse named Nina Pham is the health care worker at a Dallas hospital who tested positive for the Ebola virus after helping to treat a man who later died […]

Survey: 1 in 3 Seniors Went Without Medical Care Due to High Energy Prices

Written on October 13th, 2014 by kalelno shouts
(CNSNews.com) – More than one in three low-income seniors, or 41 percent, has already gone without medical or dental care because of high energy bills, according to a survey included […]

Woodward: Obama Must Respond to ISIS ‘Wake-Up Call’

Written on October 12th, 2014 by kalelno shouts
The Washington Post’s Bob Woodward, who has chronicled U.S. military action in Iraq for years, said today that America and the world are in “a mess” in the fight against the Islamic State, the […]

This Governor Wants Taxpayers to Back a State Version of an Embattled Federal Agency

Written on October 11th, 2014 by kalelno shouts
This Governor Wants Taxpayers to Back a State Version of an Embattled Federal Agency
The remaining days of the U.S. Export-Import Bank may be numbered, beset as it is by accusations of corporate cronyism, but at least one big-state governor thinks it’s a good […]

28,476 Pages Relating to Obamacare in the Federal Register So Far

Written on October 10th, 2014 by kalelno shouts
Since the Affordable Care Act was passed in 2010, 28,476 pages of notices, proposed rules, and finalized rules containing the phrase, “Affordable Care Act” have been written in the Federal […]

Human Rights Activist: China’s Regime ‘More Dangerous’ Than ISIS

Written on October 9th, 2014 by kalelno shouts
Human Rights Activist: China’s Regime ‘More Dangerous’ Than ISIS
The Communists who control China are “many times more dangerous” than the brutal terrorist group ISIS, human rights activist Chen Guangcheng said today in remarks in Washington at The Heritage […]

Only One State Restricts Governors to One Term. Is It Time for That to Change?

Written on October 9th, 2014 by kalelno shouts
Only One State Restricts Governors to One Term. Is It Time for That to Change?
@Watchdogorg Kathryn Watson is a reporter for Watchdog.org, a national network of investigative reporters covering waste, fraud and abuse in government. Watchdog.org is a project of the nonprofit Franklin Center […]

He Was Killed in Afghanistan. A Year Later His 6-Year-Old Son Gets 1 Million People to Honor Him.

Written on October 8th, 2014 by kalelno shouts
Photo: Shining Love to Daddy Baysore Six-year-old Darren Baysore wanted to honor his father on the one-year anniversary of his death. More than 1 million pictures later, he succeeded. Photo: […]

CDC Chief: Ebola ‘Drug Pipeline Is Going to Be Slow, I’m Afraid’

Written on October 6th, 2014 by kalelno shouts
(CNSNews.com) – Dr. Tom Frieden, head of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, says “it’s really understandable that people are scared” about Ebola, because it’s a “deadly virus” that […]

To Reach Millennials, These Get-Out-the-Vote Ads Go Where They Go

Written on October 4th, 2014 by kalelno shouts
To Reach Millennials, These Get-Out-the-Vote Ads Go Where They Go
These aren’t your grandpa’s campaign ads. Two divergent groups — Rock the Vote! and the College Republicans — have set their sights on next month’s midterm elections with new ads […]
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