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twitchy.com

July 25, 2013

Adam Hasner @AdamHasner I'm speechless RT @Jeff_Jacoby: Would you sign a petition to legalize 4th trimester abortions? These students would http://bit.ly/19kNKAF

Some people will sign anything, and the latest evidence of that comes by way of the Media Research Center: Once again, MRCTV's Dan Joseph went to a college campus and asked students to sign a petition. This time the goal was to get people to show their support for legalizing 4th trimester abortion. For those of you who failed biology, babies are born at the END of the 3rd trimester.

Pajamas Media

by Rob Taylor

October 8, 2011

The hacker collective is far more evil than you ever imagined.

It was in 2008, during their inappropriately celebrated "War on Scientology," that the hacker collective known as Anonymous first began using the phrase "We are Legion" in their communiques. Not being a Christian myself, it is usually hard for me to get too worked up over this sort of ham-fisted, pop-culture pseudo-Satanism. In most cases it is window dressing designed to distract people from the vapid and lazy "thought" that too many young people think is provocative. With Anonymous however, it's different.

CNS News

by Elizabeth Harrington

February 28, 2012

"So where are the women? Here we are!" said Maggie Karner, in reference to House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi's (D-Calif.) question from Feb. 16.

Pelosi had characterized a hearing that day on the HHS mandate and religious liberty as being strictly about "women's health," not religious freedom, and criticized it for lacking testimony from women although the afternoon panel had included two women. In response to Democrats' complaints about "Where are the women?" in the debate over whether health insurance companies can be forced by the government to offer contraceptives and abortion drugs, the Heritage Foundation hosted an all-female panel to denounce the Health and Human Services (HHS) mandate on Monday.

dailycaller.com

by Patrick Howley

January 17, 2014

The man formerly known as "The World's Most Wanted Hacker" told Congress that the HealthCare.gov Obamacare enrollment website clearly "did not consider security as a priority."

"It would be a hacker's wet dream to break into healthcare.gov," said Kevin Mitnick, once the world's most wanted cybercriminal and now a top cyber security consultant, in written testimony before the House Science, Space and Technology Committee. "After reading the documents provided by David Kennedy that detailed numerous security vulnerabilities associated with the healthcare.gov web site, it's clear that the management team did not consider security as a priority," Mitnick wrote.

rt.com

by Posting Your Comment

May 7, 2013

Doctors are warning that a drug-resistant strain of gonorrhea could be more deadly than AIDS, and are urging members of US Congress to spend $54 million for the development of a drug that would fight it.

"This might be a lot worse than AIDS in the short run because the bacteria is more aggressive and will affect more people quickly," Alan Christianson, a doctor of naturopathic medicine, told CNBC. The new strain of gonorrhea, H041, was first discovered in 2009 after a sex worker fell victim to the superbug in Japan. Medical officials reported that the medication-resilient 'sex superbug' was discovered in Hawaii in May 2011, and has since spread to California and Norway, the International Business Times reports.

PJ Media

July 31, 2012

The fallacy of collective achievement led directly to last century's murderous scapegoating.

As Obama's "you didn't build that" quote is probed and analyzed, note that the idea of redistributing other people's achievements is only the tip of an ideological iceberg. Lest we take Obama's words out of context and be accused of "swift-quoting," let's review the full passage. Speaking at a campaign stop in Roanoke, VA, on July 13, Barack Obama said...

Hot Air

by Ed Morrissey

May 17, 2011

Well, to be fair, Nancy Pelosi did warn us that we wouldn't find out what was in ObamaCare until Congress passed it into law.

Now we know what's in it - political payoffs on an almost, er, Biblical scale...

The Star Ledger (NJ)

by Ed Silverman

July 16, 2011

Wyeth plans to eliminate up to 1,000 jobs and close two manufacturing plants in response to slowing sales of key products.

Wyeth probably would have made its target if not for $100 million in inventory write-downs, said Mara Goldstein, an analyst at CIBC World Markets. [Read: FluMist]<br><br>Sales of the Premarin and Prempro hormone replacement treatments fell $250 million in the quarter. For the year, the products generated about $1 billion, a 32 percent drop and another 20 percent decline is forecast this year.

Michelle Malkin

by Michelle Malkin

July 16, 2011

Congratulations to the 39 new recipients of coveted Obamacare waivers! The latest batch was disclosed yesterday on the HHS/CMS website.

CNS News

by Terence P. Jeffrey

August 24, 2012

The Social Security Administration released its annual statistical report on federal disability insurance last month, revealing that at the end of 2011 there was a then-record of 8,575,544 workers collecting federal disability benefits and among them were 1,304,851 doing so because they suffered from "mood disorders." The incidence of "mood disorders" among disability beneficiaries was not proportionately distributed among the states and territories, according to the official SSA statistics. Some locations had much higher percentages of disability beneficiaries diagnosed with mood disorders than other locations.

      
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