I don’t know about you but, Redskins Punter Hunter Smith definitely deserves consideration for team MVP this year. Here he throws a TD pass to a wide open Mike Sellers for Smith’s second score this year. Did I mention he’s a punter?
Sen. Mark Warner: Congress Mandating Purchase of Health Insurance Like Medicaid and Driver’s License (Video)
Nicholas Ballasy of CNSNews.com has been doing a fantastic job recently of quizzing our nations leaders on just where in the Consitution does it allow for the U.S. Government to require as federal law a mandate that individuals MUST have health insurance. You won't find ANYONE in the Main (some would say Lame) Stream Media doing this. Nicholas has quizzed folks like Senator Burris, Senator Akaka, Speaker Pelosi, Senator Nelson, Rep. Patrick Kennedy, and more. Now, he has turned his attention to our carpet-bagger U.S. Senator Mark Warner from Virginia. Sen. Mark Warner (D-Va.) tells Terry that Congress' constitutional authority to require individuals to buy health insurance is like Medicaid, Medicare and states requiring driver's licenses.
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Joe Theismann sat down with John Riggins at NFL Films HQ to discuss the state of the Redskins. Part I is above. Part II you can find at this link.
Definitely a MUST SEE movie on my to do list: Approximately 75% of all U.S. troops going to and returning home from Iraq travel through Bangor, Maine. On call 24/7 for the past six years, three senior citizens have made history by greeting nearly one million U.S. troops at a tiny airport in Maine. Filled with unexpected turns, their uplifting and emotional journey demonstrates the meaning of community at a Read More...
Having just returned from a one day trip to New Jersey, it’s easy to see why Chris Christie beat out Jon Corzine. From my last trip up there about four years ago to yesterday, I saw poorer roads, and many cases of poor financial mismanagement from the state of New Jersey. Now it appears Jon Corzine has left Chris Christie one last bit of financial mismanagement: The state of New Read More...
USAToday reports that: Airports that cater to private planes have received $1.1 billion since 2001 from lawmakers through earmarks. Around $100 million of that money has gone to low-priority projects at airports that are mostly used by private pilots and would benefit corporations with private jets. Analysts have warned that this type of spending could cut the money available for truly important projects at the country’s busiest airports.