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Emily Hulsey | On 27, Feb 2014 Dr. Larry Kawa, an orthodontist from Boca Raton, Florida, is suing President Obama for changing the Affordable Care Act’s employer mandate without congressional approval. His case challenging the 29 executive orders that altered … Continue reading →
Whether you’re a consumer who loves the selection and value that businesses provide online, or a business seller who relies on the Internet for your livelihood, Internet sales tax legislation affects you. For consumers, it means more money out of … Continue reading →
Long but extremely well presented review of ‘global warming.’ Lord Monckton served under UK Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher. He has challenged Al Gore to debate him publically, with out his accepting.
It’s a New Legislative Year. That means it’s time for California Governor Jerry Brown to give his “State of the State” address. Undoubtedly, Brown along with his California Democrats and their supportive media will claim that California is in good … Continue reading →
In early January 2014, Bob Lonsberry, a Rochester talk radio personality on WHAM 1180 AM, said this in response to Obama’s “Income Inequality Speech”:
Two Americas The Democrats are right, there are two Americas . The America that works, and the America that doesn’t. The America that contributes, and the America that doesn’t. It’s not the haves and the have nots, it’s the dos … Continue reading →