Tomorrow I will vote for a new Speaker of the House. Here is my statement.
Faculty at Harvard University are complaining that they will have to pay more for their health insurance under Obamacare, even though overall costs to faculty remain modest and employees of the Ivy League school tend to support President Obama.
As many as 3.4 million people who received Obamacare subsidies may owe refunds to the federal government, according to an estimate by a tax preparation firm.
Nothing like shove your big fat foot in your mouth. CBS Radio Sportscaster Jim Rome stepped in it hard this week when he tweeted a slam at people who participate in marching bands. He called them “dorks.” That statement elicited an instant backlash on Twitter at #MarchOnRome.
A newly released study from researchers at the University of Florida examined teenagers’ worldviews and the impact these perspectives have on deterring drugs and alcohol, finding that stronger religious worldviews correlate with less substance use.
On Saturday the state senator posted a series of tweets that began with “LET ME BE CLEAR”…but she appeared to up the ante with this one: “LET ME BE CLEAR: When you exercise your #WhitePrivilege, don’t think I’m not going to remember. I will use it for the future. Uncomfortable?”
More than 68,500 people liked the Facebook photo, which also appeared on Instagram. But many of the 23,000-plus Facebook comments were sharply critical of the former Alaska governor after her New Year’s Day post:
The alleged animal rights organization PETA, who named Mayor Bill de Blasio its 2014 “person of the year” despite the mayor’s involvement in the death of a beloved groundhog, has responded to Sarah Palin regarding a photo the former governor posted of her son standing on the family dog:
Sarah Palin continues to anger and frustrate liberals with every action she takes. This time people freaked out when she posted a picture of her son Trig stepping on their family dog to do the dishes. After an online conflagration erupted among her detractors, she responded with a Facebook post.
Some Family Dollar stores in the St. Louis area have been experimenting with signs asking customers to take off their hoodies before they enter the stores.
Oklahoma Senator Don Barrington said his proposal is meant to help victims of crimes and keep streets safer.
First off, I’m not a fan of either team. I was rooting for both of them to lose.