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The American Dream

larry klaymanAs the nation hovers on brink of economic collapse, what could well push us under for the count is Obamacare – crafted as the successor to "Hillarycare," the socialist answer of the former first lady and now secretary of state to our alleged health insurance woes, which died an early death during her husband's administration when it was learned that she had lied to federal Judge Royce C. Lamberth in a case to disclose the deliberations of her advisory committee. The lawsuit, which was filed on behalf of the Association of American Physicians and Surgeons, was brought under the Federal Advisory Committee Act (FACA), which was enacted right after President Richard Nixon's infamous Watergate scandal. It requires in part that federal advisory committees disclose, upon the request of a citizen or public interest group, the names (and related documentation) of non-governmental persons and entities who and which are consulting with the office of the president on matters the advisory committee was set up to deliberate. Keep reading ...

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Your News is Carefully Scripted

Tell me if this is a newsworthy item:  A Legislative candidate is an executive at a charter school that serves under-privileged kids.  Each year the school has a major charity drive to get clothing and supplies for the kids.  The drives are huge events in which members of the community are asked to donate enough book bags to fill an entire school bus. But there's problem.  The Assistant Principal notices that the Principal – our legislative candidate – oftentimes dispenses the supplies in ways that don't benefit children and weren't part of the purpose of the drive.  For example, he gave some of the supplies to a friend of his who then sold them at a yard sale.  Meanwhile, our candidate continues to solicit donations, claiming that the kids need more supplies.  Keep reading ...