The Girl Scouts blasted The Boy Scouts of America (BSA) in a statement Wednesday, hours after the BSA announced that it would be accepting girls into the organization’s ranks.
President Trump — frustrated over Congress’ failure to repeal and replace ObamaCare — signed an executive order Thursday to make it easier for people to buy cheaper, bare-bones health insurance.
In an op-ed penned for Breitbart, Sen. Rand Paul (R-KY) explained that President Donald Trump’s upcoming executive order–which would legalize the sale of health insurance across state lines–would come at zero cost for the taxpayer and would enable 28 million people “left behind” by Obamacare to purchase insurance cheaply.
Soda drinkers won’t have to pay the much-reviled tax come Dec. 1, which is also the day after the County Board’s deadline to come up with a new budget. That task is now more difficult without the $200 million Preckwinkle was counting on from the pop tax next year.
Any software company in the world that is found to be spying on its customers deserves to be exposed for such a heinous act. The consequences to the company would be fatal, and therefore the standard of proof needs to be high. Kaspersky Lab has suffered more slander from more supposedly reputable news outlets than any company in recent memory, and the only thing that they’re guilty of is being able to detect some of the world’s most sophisticated malware when its running on your laptop.
So, gone are terms like “chief caretaker” or “chief superintendent” out of fears of offending people that often refer to their own leaders as “chief.” The current head of the largest aboriginal, indigenous or Indian group in Canada – please choose your language carefully – is a man named Perry Bellegarde who holds the title of “National Chief.”
A group of black firefighters from Detroit are backing their white colleague after he was fired on his first day for bringing a “racially insensitive” watermelon to work.
Black Detroit firefighters defend white recruit fired over watermelon https://t.co/L9v9LO90lj
— FOX 2 Detroit (@FOX2News) October 11, 2017
In a statement, the State Department said it notified UNESCO director Irina Bokova on Thursday of the decision.
Saying “We’ve had enough, it’s time for action,” minister-turned-CEO Mel Hall announced Tuesday that he’ll seek the Democratic nomination to unseat Republican Rep. Jackie Walorski in Indiana’s 2nd congressional district next year.
“The U.S. attorney has made it clear if anyone is caught mishandling FEMA supplies, they will be prosecuted and could end up facing anywhere from five to 20 years in prison,” Osorio said.
Trump: Fake @NBCNews made up a story that I wanted a “tenfold” increase in our U.S. nuclear arsenal. Pure fiction, made up to demean. NBC = CNN!
The common knowledge that women are kinder and less selfish than men has been confirmed, and possibly explained, by neuroscience.