Monthly Archives: September 2017

Donald Trump Is Using Puerto Rico’s Crisis To Push His War Against The Media

This isn’t the first time the president dragged the news media during a national crisis.

Tom Price’s ouster complicates Republicans’ latest health care push

The exit of Tom Price as the U.S. health secretary has many wondering if Republicans will be able to deliver on their promise to repeal and replace ObamaCare.

America’s Team Again: Dez Bryant Announces the Cowboys Will Stand for the Anthem on Sunday, and for the Rest of the Season

Goodbye interlocked arms, farewell raised fists, and see you later bended knee. The Dallas Cowboys will have no further use for those things because, starting Sunday, the Cowboys will simply stand during the anthem for the rest of the season.

Aid group is saving Puerto Rico’s STRAY DOGS…

Apparently there’s a group dedicated to saving Puerto Rico’s most important residents, in their eyes…. the stray dogs. A group devoted to caring for Puerto Rico’s abandoned dogs was able to fly . . .

Los Angeles’s Iconic Palm Trees Are Dying Out and Can’t Be Replaced

Many of Los Angeles’s iconic palm trees are dying out as a result of fungus and parasitic insects, and the city has no plans to replace them, according to a report from The Guardian.

Florida nanny found dead, person of interest sought

The body of a missing Florida woman has been found and police have identified a person of interest in her disappearance, authorities said Saturday.

Chicago Bears Linebacker Suspended After Illegal Hit Hospitalizes Player

Danny Trevathan has been suspended for two games after his helmet-to-helmet hit Thursday.

VIDEO: Group of Bikers Makes It Their Mission to Support Kids Testifying in Court Against Their Abusers

A motorcycle club is making it their mission to support victims of child abuse who are testifying in court against their abusers.

Pence protégé seen as frontrunner to replace Price

New York Post, by Eileen AJ Connelly Posted By: JoniTx- Sat, 30 08 2017 10:08:53 GMT The frontrunner to replace Tom Price as Secretary of Health and Human Services was the architect of Indiana’s Medicaid expansion under Obamacare and is considered a protégé of Vice President Mike Pence. Seema Verma, who as the administrator for the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services is responsible for administering the Affordable Care Act, played a leading role for the White House in efforts to repeal the law this year, including the attempt that failed last week. Her name is reportedly atop the short list for candidates to take over the sprawling department, which has a $1 trillion budget, 80,000 employees

Pence protégé seen as frontrunner to replace Price

New York Post, by Eileen AJ Connelly Posted By: JoniTx- Sat, 30 08 2017 10:08:53 GMT The frontrunner to replace Tom Price as Secretary of Health and Human Services was the architect of Indiana’s Medicaid expansion under Obamacare and is considered a protégé of Vice President Mike Pence. Seema Verma, who as the administrator for the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services is responsible for administering the Affordable Care Act, played a leading role for the White House in efforts to repeal the law this year, including the attempt that failed last week. Her name is reportedly atop the short list for candidates to take over the sprawling department, which has a $1 trillion budget, 80,000 employees