Source: hotair.com – Monday, September 29, 2014 Outbreak. What are they doing? Building tent hospitals in swamps, for one, after arriving at Liberia’s ghost town airport. The American military effort against history’s deadliest Ebola outbreak is taking shape in West Africa, but concerns are mounting that the pace isn’t fast enough to check a virus that is spreading at a terrifying clip. On […] Read this post »
In early January of 2011, the State of Oklahoma decided to join the fight against Obamacare and join the more than twenty other states in the Florida lawsuit filing as plaintiff against the new regulations. Prior to this time, the former governor of the state was against efforts to sue the federal government and had blocked all attempts made by the Attorney General. With the incoming of a new Governor, the Attorney General is now free to join forces with the other states and move forward with litigation.
The Attorney General of Oklahoma is basing his decision to file suit upon the passage of Oklahoma State Question 756. This question, also known as the Oklahoma Health Care
Source: www.sbnation.com – Tuesday, May 13, 2014 The Rangers and Penguins battle in Game 7 in Pittsburgh, and the Wild look to even their series with the Blackhawks in Game 6 in Minnesota. When it comes to Game 7s everybody loves to tell you how you can throw the numbers out the window … except for important numbers, like the records of teams that score first (they win 74 percent of the time). On Tuesday in Pittsburgh, it was Brian Boyle getting the all-important first goal when he capitalized on an odd-man rush created by the one breakdown the Penguins had in the first period. That wasn't a particularly good sequence for Matt Niskanen as he whiffed on a shot in the offensive zone, then went for the big hit along the wall the blue line and missed, creating a three-on-one rush for the Rangers . For Boyle, it's his second goal of the playoffs and his first of the series.