If you are interested in what The Donald has to say, you’ll find it next to our stories on the Kardashians and The Bachelorette.
The Huffington Post, in a statement announcing that the publication will now cover Trump in its Entertainment section, not its Politics section
Number of mass shootings so far in 2015, in as many days
I thought it was a term of endearment.
Senator John McCain, in a tongue-in-cheek apology after suggesting that Donald Trump’s remarks about immigrants had “fired up the crazies” at a rally in Phoenix
Time since U.S and Cuba last operated fully fledged embassies in Havana and Washington.
Gawker’s Gaffe Makes it Hypocritical
A news organization publishing a post that is not news is hypocritical. And that is Gawker’s gaffe. On Friday, Gawker pulled down a story “outing” Conde Naste’s CFO who tried to pay $2,500 for a night with a gay porn star. The editor-in-chief of Gawker, Max Read, defended it, writing on Twitter, “Given the chance Gawker […]
Never Quitting: Driven By Beliefs
Single focus. Results. Depth. Intense. Uncompromising. Never quitting. Perhaps these are some of the words that come to mind when you think of Steve Jobs. Jobs also had deep conviction — deep beliefs. In March 2011, he said: “It is in Apple’s DNA that technology alone is not enough — it’s technology married with liberal […]
The Confederate flag is coming off the grounds of the South Carolina State House.
South Carolina Governor Nikki Haley, on the removal of the Confederate flag from state house grounds
Current U.S. uninsured rate, the lowest since Gallup began tracking in 2008
What’s The Deal With MACRA?
Though the phrase “doc fix” was making headlines, many people are unfamiliar with other significant provisions of the legislation passed on April 16, 2015 — also known as the Medicare Access and CHIP Reauthorization Act (MACRA). The “doc fix” portion of the Act repealed the previous Medicare physician payment formula and replaced it with a new […]
King V. Burwell — A Perspective From Policy Affairs Director, John Barkett
On June 25th, the Supreme Court handed down a much-anticipated decision on the King v. Burwell case. The case, which concerned the status of subsidies for individuals purchasing plans under the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (ACA), would either reaffirm subsidies for plans on the federal exchange or eliminate them. The case was based […]