Monday, January 23, 2017

Organizer For DC Women’s March Against Trump Pictured Flashing the ISIS Sign

Skull and Bones Member John Kerry Shows His Concern For Women Years After Being In An All Male Sociey That Excluded Women Until 1992.

Rich, white welfare queens. The Rent-Seeking Adventures of Democrat Party Donor Quentin Tarantino.


Senator Sanders, There Is No Right to Health Care in Canada

The Independent Institute reports:
With respect to Canada, it is simply and plainly not true that health care is a “right.” By “not true” I do not refer to the fact that an American standard of health care is not available to ordinary Canadians (due to long waiting times), but that those who enforce Canada’s single-payer system have insisted in court no such right exists.

The claim was made in the Supreme Court of British Columbia in February 2009, in the case known as Cambie Surgical Center et al. v. Medical Services Commission et al. Cambie Surgical Center offered orthopedic surgery outside the single-payer system for private payment. The Medical Services Commission is the agency which operates the provincial single-payer system.

Contrary to Senator Sanders’ claim, it was the private clinic which asserted a legal claim that its patients had a right to pay for surgery. It was the government agency which denied it. Don’t believe me. Read it on page 5 of the agency’s statement to the court: “there is no freestanding constitutional right to health care.”
What would socialism be without lying?

How you can function on less than 6 hours of sleep

6 dead, 47 wounded in Chicago this weekend. Democrat run city. Strict gun control city.

Schumer doubles down on vow to block Trump Supreme Court nominee

Lew Rockwell : Rapefugees Livestream a Gang Rape

Some addicts are so desperate for drugs that they’re now taking medication prescribed to pets

BuzzFeed wants the news media to adopt "new rules" to cover Trump

Here's how college debt is worse than credit card debt

Trump to pull out of TPP, call for new NAFTA today: report

US attorney investigates Brookline, Mass. private school over allegations it barred disabled child

The Boston Globe reports:
The US attorney’s office is investigating the Park School, a prestigious private academy in Brookline, after a family alleged their child was denied admission solely because she is disabled.

Five-year-old Harper Oates was born with a spinal cord injury that left her a quadriplegic. But when doctors tested Harper’s development as a toddler, they found her limitations were mainly confined to mobility. Cognitively, Harper was found to be one to two years ahead of her peers.
There's more:
The US attorney’s office contacted the Oates family last fall after learning from a third party that the school allegedly violated the Americans with Disabilities Act.
For you fans of vouchers for schools you might want to read this article.

Revenge of the bureaucrats. Federal workers fume over Trump's vows to freeze hiring and shrink the government.

Politico reports:
President Donald Trump is setting himself up for a messy clash with the country’s 2.1 million federal employees as his administration quietly preps plans to cut the size of the government workforce.

As one of his first acts, Trump is expected to sign an executive order this week freezing most federal hiring. His team is also fine-tuning plans to shrink several agencies focused on domestic policy, according to sources close to the transition.

Now, though, the president is about to find out how much power these maligned workers have to slow or even short-circuit his agenda.

Disgruntled employees can leak information to Capitol Hill and the press, and prod inspectors general to probe political appointees. They can also use the tools of bureaucracy to slow or sandbag policy proposals — moves that can overtly, or passive aggressively, unravel a White House’s best-laid plans.
Public sector greed in the news.

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