Show us the way Romney.
Yes, Lakewood new jersey is just like Pakistan and India. Thank you for your input.
My senior thesis is about some USA-Canada history and the professor wondered if I was Canadian because of that and because “I’m so nice.”
This anti abortion sign isn’t clear.
Republican presidential candidate MITT ROMNEY, apparently unimpressed with the rain protection gear of choice worn by NASCAR fans at Monday’s Daytona 500.
He’s gone from gaffe-prone to outright dickish.
Daily Kos - A Texas doctor was accused Tuesday in the largest Medicare fraud case in US history, with federal prosecutors charging him with scamming the government with $375 million in phony billings.
Justice Department officials announced that Dr. Jacques Roy was arrested in Texas and faces life in prison as well as fines of more than $250,000 if convicted. The Los Angeles Times is reporting that Doctor Roy and his assistant, who was also charged, sent “recruiters” door-to-door in the Dallas area to get people to sign bogus medical forms that were then used in the alleged scam. The pair even went as far as to pay homeless people $50 each to sign the forms, according to the DOJ accusations. read more
WOW. $375 Million? I wonder what they told people going door-to-door to get them to sign off on their fake medical forms?! READ WHAT YOU SIGN, PEOPLE!
In Florida he would be elected governor. just sayin’
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did you know he’s a KC native? went to his mom’s estate sale, jesus christ what a swank house.
I’ve met his Chief of Staff who is usually considered his partner. Because they have lived together for
ten 15 years or so. At a party at my doctor’s house. Or was it his partner’s house? I forget.
A new book implicates colonial practices in the early spread of HIV and argues that HIV would never have become a global pandemic without the mobility, urbanization, medical campaigns and prostitution introduced to central Africa by Europeans, The Washington Post reports. Tinderbox is coauthored by Washington Post journalist Craig Timberg and AIDS researcher Daniel Halperin, PhD. It explores several recent genetic discoveries that have enabled scientists to pinpoint where and when HIV-1 group M, the most common strain of HIV that has killed tens of millions, first crossed over to humans from chimpanzees. Scientists traced the crossover event to a dense forest in southeastern Cameroon, between 1884 and 1924, and they maintain that the first human to be infected was probably a hunter butchering chimp bush meat for food.
However, the authors argue that HIV was spread because of the harsh forced-work conditions of colonial commerce—including the practice of making men work as porters carrying ivory and rubber to trading posts along the Sangha and Congo rivers. By creating large urban trading centers like Kinshasa, European colonists had set into motion the social and economic circumstances necessary for HIV to infect thousands and be transported across national boarders. Kinshasa, the authors argue, was a tinderbox, waiting to ignite.
David Dreier is retiring now.
not a surprise given California’s redistricting took away his district.
The United States says North Korea has agreed to suspend uranium enrichment and a moratorium on nuclear, and long-range missile tests.
State Department spokeswoman Victoria Nuland also said Wednesday the North has agreed to alllow International Atomic Energy inspectors to verify and monitor the moratorium on uranium enrichment and confirm disablement of its nuclear reactor at Yongbyon.
Her statement says the U.S. will meet with North Korea to finalize details for a proposed package of 240,000 metric tons of food aid.” —
remember when we did this that one time when Clinton was President?