This is a new idea I have. Take 5 stories on the front pages of news sites I follow. The most important newspaper in the world, the New York Times. The most important news aggregator, Drudge. The most important political news aggregator, RCP. Where I get my sports news, Yahoo! Sports. Lastly, local news, Cleveland.com. The Drudge and RCP links are from different sites, but I found them via Drudge and RCP.
This is an issue that the court has every right to look at and ought to look at, just as they are going to do. Kicking the can on this debate until after its implemented is a dumb idea. It may make political sense, but this issue needs to be solved sooner rather than later. No matter where you stand on Obamacare and the individual mandate, this needs to be figured out soon because access to healthcare is clearly a problem and out not to be kicked down the road.
Yet another example of a hot mic picking up something that is true, yet ought not be heard by the President in the media. To deny that a president makes decisions based upon re-election, even those on missile defense is native. When push comes to shove one would hope the President would have the safety of the American Public first but within that framework there is going to be a lot of politics.
Santorum ought not get out of this race until he lose a home game, that is a state he ought to win or when Mitt Romney gets 1,144 delegates. The next home game for Rick Santorum is Wisconsin. Why? It’s working class and evangelical. One could argue he already lost a state like this in Ohio, but Wisconsin is more rural and favors him more. If Santorum loses there, I believe its time for Santorum to pack up his bags.
The idea that Tim Tebow is going to be a cancer in any way to the New York Jets is a joke. Tebow is going to say, and more importantly do all the right things. If the Jets are smart, they will use him in the way he ought to be used, as the ultimate wildcat sort of player. The man is not going to be a great quarterback, but he very well could be a great NFL player. Will be fun to see how he is used next season.
Cleveland.com: Consumer groups oppose Ohio bill to drop landline services
This bill is a good idea. Why should the gov’t be forcing telcom companies to provide a service only a smaller and smaller slice of the population uses? If this law is passed, do you really think seniors won’t be able to have phone access anymore? If there is still a market for landlines, people will pay for them. I trust the free market, don’t you?