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  • Emergency Room
    Quarter million Virginians to lose health insurance by years-end
    The Richmond Times-Dispatch reported on Thursday that at least 250,000 Virginians will be receiving notices by the end of November that they may lose their health insurance plans by the end of the year. The cancellations are because existing plans...
  • Obama's low approval rating could benefit GOP
    Republicans likely to gain control of Senate this November
    Republicans and some Libertarians will be pleased to know that registered voters currently have a strong preference for Republican candidates and the party overall. According to numerous polls, if midterm elections took place this week, the result...
  • Many believe that low information voters helped Obama win
    Low information voters make regrettable decisions
    Although it probably did not come as a surprise to most Americans, new statistics released within the past 48 hours indicate what many people have suspected for the last eight months: most United States citizens do not like the policies of...
  • Company Policies
    Five tips for writing a company policy
    Keep these five tips in mind whenyou craft your next company policy:Keep the policy short and simple.Get rid of two old policies for every new policy you implement.Make sure that your organization's policy and procedures are written to serve...
  • If it quacks like a duck, walks like a duck, and looks like a duck...
    Charter's Intent
    Charter’s IntentWith fiery radio Talk Show host Mark Levin’s new book, The Liberty Amendments: Restoring the American Republic, now available at Amazon in both hardcover and Kindle editions, an American’s message to Americans ...
  • Hooverville
    Tent cities for poor spring up all over New Jersey
    Welcome to the latest Recovery Summer! President Obama is fond of comparing the “recession he inherited” to the Great Depression. Now he can point to one state and take credit for a new generation of “Hoovervilles.”The...
  • Xbox One
    Microsoft reshapes Xbox One's policies
    The people spoke and Microsoft listened. The Xbox One's policies are getting updated. In a blog post today, Microsoft's President of Interactive Entertainment Business Don Mattrick stated that the company's upcoming Xbox One will no...
  • Rainbow flag
    Transgender rights get a boost in Boston
    The transgender community in Boston got a boost in their rights. According to a June 12 report from the Boston Herald, new policies change the way police officers handle a transgender person.The Boston Herald reports that a transgender person can...
  • XBox One policies
    Microsoft announces questionable Xbox One policies
    Today, many console gamers have made a more decisive choice on which next gen console they will eventually buy - the PS4 or Xbox One - even months before their release based on recent news. On June 6th, Microsoft let loose new outlines for their...
  • Direct Support Person
    Direct Support Person, DD Homes Network, Rockford, IL
    The DD Homes Network are part of one of the largest companies, in the state to provide direct care services to adults with disabilities, in a home setting. They are looking for dedicated, caring and punctual individuals to provide quality direct...
  • Kentucky Derby
    Kentucky Derby officials amend security policies
    According to an article published by WDRB.com on April 18, officials from Churchill Downs race track in Louisville, Kentucky have revised its policies and procedures for the running of the 139th Kentucky Derby and Kentucky Oaks.According to the...
  • Utility risk aversion and regulations block innovation in energy supply industry
    Utility risk aversion and regulations block innovation in energy supply industry
    Participants at the Energize 2013 sustainable energy summit for the Mountain West region took part in a discussion about the economic impacts of sustainable energy on April 11, 2013.According to attorney Dan Sanford, the top seven things that...
  • lctcs
    Breaking news: Delgado alters residency policy, refunds vets, after petition
    A federal bill designed to cover 100 percent of the tuition and fees for veterans attending public colleges and universities, known as the Post-9/11 G.I. Bill, was modified by Congress in January 2011 to no longer cover additional fees for...
  • The Farm Bill and homegrown policies and you
    The Farm Bill and homegrown policies and you
    People stop going along with the ride. We are cancer ridden, obese and a host of other ailments, conditions and diseases. You are what you eat is a serious business these days artificial food does not have a thing to do with nutrition, let’s...
  • The failed policies that got us into this mess: by the numbers
    The failed policies that got us into this mess: by the numbers
    On the campaign trail, President Obama continues to frame the election as a choice between competing visions. Every time there is a glimmer of good news on the economic front, he recycles a paragraph written for him in 2009 and that he has...