Feds to release funds to Va. after Cuccinelli complaints
After eight months of waiting, the Department of the Treasury on Wednesday agreed to release in excess of $100 million owed to Virginia for its role as lead investigator in a $1.5 billion court-approved Medicaid Fraud settlement with Abbott Pharmaceuticals.
Officials in the office of Virginia
Brian Doherty reason.com August 27, 2012
Ron Paul rallied 8,000 or so of his supporters from around the country to Tampa’s Sundome the day before the planned official start of the Republican National Convention. After a week in which the Republican Party seemed less eager to welcome Paul supporters and delegates than Paul supporters were
Travis Crank Infowars.com July 8, 2012
The Kansas Health Foundation is the latest player in a long-history of attempts to both bribe city leaders and dupe the public into approving the introduction of fluoride chemicals into our public water system; as Wichita is now ranked as the 4th largest city in the nation to have resisted prior efforts up
Barack Obama faces one of the deciding moments of his presidency this week as the Supreme Court is set to announce whether or not his flagship healthcare overhaul is constitutional.
And while the White House seems to be leaking information left, right and centre, the court has managed to keep its ruling a secret
Ellen Nakashima, Greg Miller and Julie Tate Washington Post June 20, 2012
The United States and Israel jointly developed a sophisticated computer virus nicknamed Flame that collected intelligence in preparation for cyber-sabotage aimed at slowing Iran’s ability to develop a nuclear weapon, according to Western officials with knowledge of the effort.
The massive piece of malwaresecretly
With a wry smile, Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg laid waste Friday to all those rumors about the fate of the Affordable Care Act in the Supreme Court.
“Those who know don’t talk. And those who talk don’t know,” she quipped Friday night at a conference hosted by the American Constitution Society at the Capital Hilton.
Zero Hedge June 13, 2012
Yesterday, we did an update of the Greek bank jog, when noting that between €100-€500 million per day was being withdrawn from Greek banks based on Kathimerini reports. 24 hours later the jog has become a trot with the most recent estimate from Reuters now estimated at nearly double: “Combined daily deposit outflows
From Economic Policy Journal:
The military-industrial-education-taser complex is alive and well in D.C.
White House visitor logs are turning up a “steady stream of lobbyists” visiting the Obama White House, reports the Washington Post.
Of particular note, AFL-CIO lobbyist Bill Samuel visited the White House over 50 times. Tim Hannegan, an informal adviser to Obama’s 2008
From The Economic Collapse:
Why does the state of California seem to be so incredibly hopeless? These days, California can’t seem to do anything right, and if you live in California, things just got a whole lot worse.
Governor Brown has announced that the state budget deficit for this year is going to be much
Why does the state of California seem to be so incredibly hopeless? These days California can’t seem to do anything right, and if you live in California things just got a whole lot worse. Governor Brown has announced that the state budget deficit for this year is going to be much larger
Dear Dr. Bernanke,
My nephew is a bad kid. He’s into drugs, engages in high-risk sex, and has a steady stream of brushes with the law. But he always manages to avoid prosecution- probably because he is smart and good looking… and he has a rich uncle. Recently he got into trouble. He was involved in
By Paul Conner, dailycaller
Labor unions continued to receive the overwhelming majority of waivers from the president’s health care reform law since the Obama administration tightened application rules last summer.
Documents released in a classic Friday afternoon news dump show that labor unions representing 543,812 workers received waivers from President Barack Obama‘s signature legislation since June 17, 2011.
A steady stream of people in need flows through Granters Jewelry & Loan, an El Cerrito pawn shop with a carved carousel horse in the window and a cigar-store Indian in the vestibule.
Two guys hock a guitar for $300 to get rent money. A woman offers up a diamond ring for cash to pay