Why do you think?
I would love to know what PR firm set up this interview with Politico for Lois Lerner. Talk about unabashed spin.
It’s good to see America questioning the image makers. Thank God for the Internet.
Wow, things just got really weird in the Senate Intelligence Committee, and awesome. I am very pleased to see this. I think the move on ISIS is a political one and that is just tragic. It will be more tragic if we go in there. Obama has no legitimacy at this point domestically and has even less in the overseas arena. Frankly the administration appears willing to sacrifice the lives of Americans so that it can keep the Senate.
Yeah, I said it.
Not surprising. I know a number of people in the medical field, mostly on the logistics side who are up in arms over Obamacare. Nobody knows what all the coding is. The codes coming in are all wrong. There are too many codes. Doctors aren’t being compensated correctly. Patients are confused as to who is paying for what. And I live where people are relatively savvy as to healthcare issues. I’m just down the road from a large medical school. I can only imagine what it’s like in other parts of the country.
Break em’. So what if the company employs thousands of people and provides a valuable service to the public? So what if there’s a recession on and the last thing America needs is another large company going down the tubes? Break em’ and show them that the 4th Amendment doesn’t apply anymore. Yahoo can fight us but we’ll bleed them dry long before it ever gets to the courts. And even then we’ve got the judges where we want them.
Break em’. Show that company who’s in charge.
I’ll bet that’ll be a fun return.
On the surface this ruling sounds like a win for “workers,” but sadly it’s not. If the government can keep businesses from firing people, indeed in this case force CNN to REHIRE fired workers, businesses will simply choose not to hire new people.
I can understand why paying ransom is counter to larger policy goals but ransoms are paid all the time. In fact one can buy a Kindnap and Ransom (K&R) insurance policy from a multitude of insurers.
One has to wonder, had the kidnapped been high level executives versus relatively powerless reporters whether the US government would have threatened the families of the executives with prosecution. My bet is the government would have let it slide.
On Friday of last week “a senior official” at the DOJ called Darryl Issa’s office by mistake thinking it was a Democratic office. The official wanted to leak documents to the Dems and reporters before the Republicans saw them.
In the attached article Glenn Reynolds examines the new, increasingly stratified America.