In a Time of Universal Deceit, Telling the Truth is Revolutionary.
Friday, March 5, 2021

Governor Rick Perry Continues to “flim-flam” Texans and the Media

Gov. Perry’s BS flows like Texas beer…

The question is “How long will Texans permit Perry to get away with it?”

Hopefully, Texans had enough and in 2010 will vote in some other candidate. It is long overdue to replace Perry.

Here, Perry and his PR try to persuade us that he is doing what is best for Texans:

“IN CASE YOU MISSED IT: Texas Ranked Best State for Business by Directorship Magazine
.
.

Read More »

Kennedy’s health plan could cost $1 trillion

A Senate panel proposal to expand healthcare coverage would increase the federal deficit by about $1 trillion over 10 years and still leave millions without insurance, a congressional analysis said on Monday.

The Congressional Budget Office (CBO) said its calculations were preliminary and stressed that the Democratic-sponsored legislation was still being drafted.

But its estimates could fuel opposition to President Barack Obama’s drive for healthcare reform, which critics fear would result in an expensive government takeover of the U.S. healthcare system.

Read More »

Study finds dangerous flaws at Veterans’ Hospitals

Fewer than half of Veterans Affairs centers given a surprise inspection last month had proper training and guidelines in place for common endoscopic procedures such as colonoscopies — even after the agency learned that mistakes may have exposed thousands of veterans to HIV and other diseases.

The findings, from the VA’s inspector general and obtained by The Associated Press, suggest that errors in colonoscopies and other minimally invasive procedures performed at VA facilities may be more widespread than initially believed.

Read More »

Recount under consideration in Iran

Iran’s powerful Guardian Council is ready to recount specific ballot boxes in last week’s disputed presidential elections, a council spokesman said Tuesday, another twist in an election that has touched off widespread protests.

State television quoted Abbas Ali Kadkhodaei as saying that the recount would be limited to voting sites where candidates claim irregularities took place. It was not clear which or how many voting sites would be affected.

Read More »

Obama faces boo birds at AMA confab

Barack Obama isn’t used to hearing boos.

For all the young president’s popularity, the response he got Monday from doctors at an American Medical Association meeting was a sign his road is only going to get rockier as he tries to sell his plan to overhaul the nation’s health care system.

The boos erupted when Obama told the doctors in Chicago he wouldn’t try to help them win their top legislative priority — limits on jury damages in medical malpractice cases.

Read More »

Letterman apologizes for Palin joke

David Letterman said his joke about Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin’s daughter was a lousy joke, no matter how you cut it, and he’s sorry.

But the late-night host insisted that what’s got people really riled is the misconception over which Palin daughter the joke was about.

Read More »

California misses budget deadline

California lawmakers were poised to miss their constitutional deadline on Monday for a state budget, bringing the state’s government closer to running out of cash.

Democrats and Republicans in the legislature’s budget conference committee worked through Monday afternoon on a variety of proposals addressing Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger’s plan to close a $24.3 billion budget shortfall, but they failed to find common ground on its most dramatic proposal: eliminating the state’s welfare system.

Read More »
Share on facebook
Share on twitter
Share on linkedin