Doctors in Florida are refusing patients with Obamacare coverage out of fear that their bills will slip through the cracks and won’t get paid. Many Floridians are finding that their cheap plans won’t get them access to doctors even when the plan says they’re approved.
Conservative talker Mark Levin’s legal unit, in a battle with the Environmental Protection Agency over allegations it delayed politically damaging regulatory moves until after President Obama’s reelection, is charging that agency big shots are destroying key emails and texts to hide those efforts.
In the latest twist of his suit dating to August 2012, Levin’s Landmark Legal Foundation asked a federal judge to punish the EPA “for destroying or failing to preserve emails and text messages that may have helped document suspected agency efforts to influence the 2012 presidential election.”
It might be funny if it wasn’t so sad.
So-called Human Rights Commissioner Navi Pillay told the UN that Israel has not done enough to protect civilians during its invasion of Gaza.
This might be due to the fact that Hamas, the terrorist organization that governs the Gaza strip, intentionally uses civilians as human shields to generate exactly this type of outrage.
Texas Lt. Governor David Dewhurst (R) reported that the vast majority of illegal immigrants coming over the southern border are not unaccompanied minors in an appearance on Tuesday’s broadcast of MSNBC’s “The Daily Rundown.”
On Thursday, we chronicled President Obama’s series of decisions to carry on with his public schedule — a burger joint photo op, a partisan speech on infrastructure spending, and a pair of Manhattan fundraisers — in the midst of two major international crises. First, Russian-backed and -armed separatists in Ukraine shot down a commercial airliner, killing nearly 300 innocent civilians, including one American. The attack marked a dramatic and lethal escalation of the war in Eastern Ukraine, in which Russia is a malignant and destructive actor. New evidence appears to indicate that Moscow has been highly interested in obtaining the flight’s so-called ‘black box’ recording device, as Moscow-backed separatists restrict access to the crash site. The rebels say they’ll turn that evidence over to the UN…at some point. Meanwhile, Israel launched a ground incursion into Gaza, a move that reportedly caught the White House by surprise.
Madison — Republican Gov. Scott Walker said Thursday he wants Wisconsin to repeal the Common Core education standards it has adopted along with most other states, making his strongest statement on the issue yet.
“Today, I call on the members of the state Legislature to pass a bill in early January to repeal Common Core and replace it with standards set by people in Wisconsin,” Walker said in a written statement.
Liberal law professor Jonathan Turley warned a panel of lawmakers that they “must act” in support of a lawsuit against President Barack Obama for executive overreach or face “self-destruction” as a deliberative body.
Turley appeared as a witness for the House Rules Committee on Wednesday as that panel considered advancing a proposed lawsuit that would check the White House’s recent moves to cut out Congress on issues like health-care reform, immigration and drug policy.
Judge Jeanine Pirro tonight blasted President Barack Obama for the illegal immigration crisis, accusing him of attempting to change the demographics and electorate of the U.S.
Valerie Riviello, who has worked at the Albany Stratton VA Medical Center for 28 years, was removed from her nursing duties after complaining about a female patient being tied up for seven long hours.
Since filing a whistleblower suit, she told the New York Post about that incident and others, some involving withholding pain medication and food rationing, she’s learned of since she was moved to a desk job.