Michael Tennant

Sunday, 26 February 2017 15:30

Germany Bans Doll Over Privacy Concerns

Citing privacy concerns, the German government has banned an interactive doll that uploads children's voice recordings across the Internet.

The National Association of Secretaries of State passed a resolution opposing the Obama DHS' designation of election systems as "critical infrastructure" and asking the Trump administration to overturn it.

Monday, 20 February 2017 10:00

Aetna CEO: ObamaCare in a “Death Spiral”

The CEO of insurance giant Aetna has publicly declared ObamaCare to be in a “death spiral” and said he expects a significant exodus of insurers from the exchanges next year.

The IRS has quietly announced that it will not require taxpayers to indicate on their returns whether they complied with ObamaCare's individual mandate.

Wednesday, 15 February 2017 14:03

Humana to Depart ObamaCare Exchanges in 2018

Citing an expected $45 million loss, Humana announced that it will leaving the ObamaCare exchanges in 2018.

Tuesday, 14 February 2017 10:17

Trump National Security Advisor Resigns

President Donald Trump’s national security advisor, Michael Flynn, resigned from his post Monday in the midst of a controversy over a conversation with the Russian ambassador.

Wednesday, 01 February 2017 14:30

Boy Scouts Embrace Trans-Gender Zeitgeist

It started with demands for gay scouts and leaders. Then it was a call for the admission of girls who think they’re boys. And now that they have it, even that isn’t good enough for the pressure groups. Now they want to push for a more formal policy.

Thursday, 26 January 2017 08:57

Rand Paul Unveils ObamaCare Replacement Bill

Senator Rand Paul has introduced legislation to repeal much of ObamaCare and replace it with reforms giving Americans greater flexibility in purchasing health insurance and care.

An English minister resigned his post as a "Queen's Chaplain" rather than keep quiet about such serious matters as the reading of the Koran during a Christian church service.

Under pressure to cut costs, Britain's National Health Service will begin rationing new drugs it deems "too expensive."

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