While on-line computer exploration opens a world of possibilities for children, expanding their horizons and exposing them to different cultures and ways of life, they can be exposed to dangers as they hit the road exploring the information highway. Advances in computer and communication allow your children to connect with complete strangers in a countless number of ways.
A Buchanan man is behind bars after being found guilty on charges of accosting a minor for immoral purposes and cocaine possession.
U.S. Rep. Jackie Walorski, R-Jimtown, voted this week in favor of a bill banning so-called “late-term” abortions, those occurring after 20 weeks of pregnancy.
Cops might as well wear blindfolds if the City Council passes a bill that would let them use little more than the color of a suspect’s clothing in descriptions — or risk being sued for profiling, according to this provocative new ad (pictured) from the NYPD captains union.
“Today is a victory for the taxpayer and the free market. Now is the time for the House to recognize what so many others have: The unholy alliance that has long dominated America’s agriculture and nutrition policy must end.” They are talking about bringing it back next week with more Dem votes (ie: fewer food stamps) Lets get that message out to stop them!
New Jersey school officials have threatened a 12-year-old hearing-impaired girl to stop using sign language to communicate on the schoolbus or face a 3-day suspension, the girl’s parents told ABC News.
After a 12-year-old hearing-impaired girl was threatened with suspension from school for using sign language on the bus, a New Jersey school district has reversed its position.
“We’ve heard from folks in Indiana who have said, ‘Look, I was working 35 hours, I’m now going to be working 29 hours, and this is going to make it more challenging for me,” Donnelly said. “When we look at the definition of full time employment, I think all Hoosiers and folks around the country know that full-time is 40 hours.”
Forty-one percent of the businesses surveyed have frozen hiring because of the health-care law known as Obamacare. And almost one-fifth—19 percent— answered “yes” when asked if they had “reduced the number of employees you have in your business as a specific result of the Affordable Care Act.”