Show Prep: Fri, Nov. 15

President threatens to veto Keep Your Health Plan Act | Twitchy

What was that DNC chair Debbie Wasserman Schultz tweeted earlier today about the president being eager to work with Republicans to get the Affordable Care Act working?

Obama Issues Veto Threat for “Keep Your Plan” Legislation – Katie Pavlich

If you want your plan, you can keep….! The House of Representatives is getting ready to vote on legislation today legalizing the reinstatement of lost insurance plans thanks to Obamacare. Essentially, the Keep Your Plan Act does exactly what President administratively (and probably illegally) declared as a “fix” for mass insurance cancellations. Late-last night GOP Leader Eric Cantor revealed President Obama intends to veto the legislation should it pass and reach his desk for a signature.

House Democrat on Obama: “I Don’t Know How He F*cked This Up So Badly” | The Gateway Pundit

“I don’t know how he f—-ed this up so badly,” said one House Democrat who has been very supportive of Obama in the past.

Why Lie?… Oregon Billboard Bashes Democrats on Obamacare | The Gateway Pundit

Women expect a marriage proposal three years and four months into a relationship – and they want a ring worth at least £1,000 | Mail Online

The average woman expects her wedding to be made three years into a relationship, on a romantic break, with a ring worth over £1,000, it has emerged.

Tamil Nadu police arrest all 35 crew members of detained US ship – Times Of India

In an early morning operation, all the 35 members on board the US Seaman Guard Ohio, a floating armoury, were arrested by sleuths of Tamil Nadu’s Q branch, a state intelligence wing, on Friday.

$4.5M Fed Study: ‘Effects of Climate Change on Indoor Air | CNS News

The Environmental Protection Agency is seeking non-profit organizations to conduct “research to improve understanding of the effects of climate change on indoor air quality and the resulting health effects.”

Climate Science Is Settled. Really? – Hit & Run : Reason.com

Several fascinating new scientific papers have appeared recently that come to some very different conclusions about the trend in global average temperature and what causes it. One concludes that fluctuations in the El Nino explain the current 15-year “pause” in warming and cut future increases in man-made warming in half; a second finds that once missing data are taken into account there has been NO pause in warming at all; and a third reports that natural fluctuations in the Arctic explain the “pause” which could last until 2030.