The nation’s creepiest former mayor has finally been sentenced for his crimes.
A follow-up to my item from earlier.
Across the United States, unionized teachers will gather on Monday, as Politico informs us, to “reclaim the promise of public education.”
Today we commemorate the 72nd anniversary of the attack on Pearl Harbor.
Most of the focus has been on the technical problems associated with the federal exchanges.
While at the same time he met with other cabinet secretaries in private no less than 277 times during that same period.
Last December President Obama boasted a 53 percent (average) approval rating.
Senator Mary Landrieu’s (D-LA) approval ratings are imploding.
This video might interest some readers.
You know what he said
Americans’ appraisal of what the U.S.’s role in the world should be has shifted dramatically since Pew first began conducting their surveys, most noticeably during the Vietnam War and after the invasion of Iraq commenced:
In other words, if the website is fixed, everything will be hunky-dory.
And yet they are the ones who will ultimately pay for it.
The proper and most effective way to fix America’s education system has baffled reformers, grassroots activists, and government officials for decades.
An appalling report via the Daily Telegraph: between 2003 and 2012, a reported 1,158 “home residents” died of thirst or severe dehydration.
Why? Because he needs to start showing the American public that he is taking responsibility -- i.e., holding his team accountable for their incompetence and negligence:
Nearly four years after the Affordable Care Act became “settled law,” the American public is just beginning to see how its implementation will directly impact their lives.
In fairness, he’s still in office.
This video is old news (in fact, I’m sure you’ve already seen it) but if you haven’t take two minutes out of your day and watch it.