The New York Times “Sunday Review” (March 2nd, 2014) published a genuine forehead-slapping essay, “The Downside of Inciting Envy”, by Arthur C. Brooks, a Fellow at the American Enterprise Institute one of the many Koch propaganda mills. 536 more words
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I may be overdue to write about the problems with current Standard Gauge Railroad project and the latest on the Rift Valley Railroad saga, and of course the new payments by the Kenyan government on the alleged debts from the Anglo Leasing scandal are crying out for more attention. 655 more words
Elissa Jeanne Santoro, MD, works at St. Barnabas Hospital in Livingston, New Jersey. She is founder of their Breast Care and Treatment Center, a practice devoted exclusively to breast oncology/surgical oncology cases. 80 more words
One of the first modern era spirit crushing capitalistic moves was the assembly line. Instead of a skilled craftsman gaining pride and satisfaction in building a product from start to finish, he spent all day, every day building the same little widget over and over. 662 more words
Session ends without budget (Virginia)
McAuliffe to call lawmakers back March 24 to resolve standoff over Medicaid expansion
Richmond Times-Dispatch 3/8/14
RICHMOND — The battle of the budgets won’t be settled at least until March 24, when Gov. 881 more words
My reaction and most of America for that matter…..
NATIONAL HARBOR, Md. — ‘Foster Friess, the wealthy conservative businessman who became a political fixture after funding former Sen. 59 more words
JUNEAU, ALASKA — ‘A state senator says he doesn’t think access to contraception is a problem in Alaska.
‘In a floor speech, Republican Sen. Fred Dyson said he researched the issue after a colleague suggested the number of abortions could be reduced by improving access to contraception’. 83 more words