Daily Archives: October 17, 2014

Congressman Darrell Issa Slams FBI Director Comey’s Efforts to Ban Encryption

Darrell Issa to FBI Director Comey and the Administration on criticisms of legitimate businesses using encryption: You reap what you sow. Americans have watched their government mislead the public about data collection and resist necessary oversight. The FBI and Justice … Continue reading

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Why Good Employees Quit

This article is a complete home run. We would add Mary’s first reason by stating that in a lower paying job where there is zero hope for a raise no matter how hard you work, that leaves ho hope and … Continue reading

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$20/hr Minimum Wage Endorsing Socialist Group Posts $13/hr Job Listing

Do as I say, not as I do… Via Ben Swann: Seattle’s Freedom Socialist Party, which has endorsed a $20-per-hour minimum wage, recently posted a job listing for a web content manager position that only pays $13 per hour. The … Continue reading

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Lead US Ebola Medical Center Laid Off Staff Due To Obamacare, Suffers Staff Constraints

Via the Daily Caller: The Nebraska hospital at the center of U.S. medical efforts to fight Ebola recently laid off staff due to budget cuts caused by Obamacare, and its Ebola-fighting resources are now limited due to staff constraints. The … Continue reading

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Jenny Beth Martin: A Mandate To Govern

Jenny Beth Martin via The Hill: Ronald Reagan ran for reelection in 1984 with a conservative vision of free-market economic growth and tough foreign policy to confront the Soviet Union. His opponent, Walter Mondale, ran a conventional liberal campaign, going … Continue reading

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