Is My Date on Healthcare.gov Secure? - Committee on Science (19 Nov 2013)
Post Date: 2013-11-19 23:49:39 by nolu chan
Is My Date on Healthcare.gov Secure? - Committee on Science (19 Nov 2013) At page 30 of PDF, page 1 of David Kennedy/TrustedSec Security Analysis To Whom It May Concern, November 15, 2013 TrustedSec performed an open-source analysis of the security around the healthcare.gov website. This report contains information regarding the concerns for the security around the website and the ability to keep United States citizen information protected to an adequate level. TrustedSec did not perform analysis through hacking techniques, as our organization was not authorized to perform offensive activities against the site. Instead, TrustedSec utilized information readily available ...
Woman Obama Held Up as ACA Success Story Turns Out to Be a Perfect Example of Everything Wrong With the Law
Post Date: 2013-11-19 14:26:18 by nolu chan
Woman Obama Held Up as ACA Success Story Turns Out to Be a Perfect Example of Everything Wrong With the Law By: Jon Walker Tuesday November 19, 2013 7:36 am This is really embarrassing. Jessica Sanford, the woman President Obama held up last month as an example of the Affordable Care Act working, turned out to be a perfect example of everything wrong with the law. From CNN (you really need to read the whole thing): But then, after Obama mentioned her story, Sanford started having problems. Sanford said she received another letter informing her the Washington state health exchange had miscalculated her eligibility for a tax credit. In other words, her monthly insurance bill had shot ...
George Zimmerman arrested on domestic violence charges in Florida: report
Post Date: 2013-11-19 07:20:07 by Fred Mertz
The former neighborhood watchman who gained national notoriety after killing Trayvon Martin, an unarmed teenager, was busted Monday on suspicion of domestic violence 15 miles north of Orlando. This is far from the first time he has been back in the news since his acquittal in July. George Zimmerman was charged with assault and battery for allegedly pointing a long-barreled shotgun at his new girlfriend Monday afternoon, authorities said. The former neighborhood watchman, 30, pushed Samantha Scheibe, 27, from their Florida home at gunpoint and barricaded the door with furniture, according to the sheriff's office. Two separate 911 calls obtained by TMZ, one from Scheibe and one from ...
For your well-being ... hope the Obamacare bronze plan --- covers delusional tendencies.
Post Date: 2013-11-18 22:25:55 by BorisY
spenol > Alanab3 Yeah right. The corporate media can't be bothered with this little tidbit. They are too busy bashing Obama in order to appease the far right. "Look at us, we don't have a liberal bias!" jaguar > spenol For your own well-being, I hope the Obamacare bronze plan covers delusional tendencies. Avatar katydude68 > jaguar It does. And its costing 2x more in the private insurance market.
Poster Comment: delusional compulsions On a shut out the libs are trying to score some points after the game is over !
DHHS to Court 10-17-2013 - A majority of group health plans will have lost their grandfather status by the end of 2013
Post Date: 2013-11-18 21:54:01 by nolu chan
DHHS to Court 10-12013 - A majority of group health plans will have lost their grandfather status by the end of 2013
nolu chan November 18, 2013
Priests for Life et al v. United Stated Department of Health and Human Services et al, DCDC 1:13-cv-01261-EGS, case filed 08/19/2013
Document 13, Memorandum in opposition to re 8 MOTION for Sumary Judgment filed by JACOB J. LEW, THOMAS E. PEREZ, KATHLEEN SEBELIUS, UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES, UNITEDSTATES DEPARTMENT OF LABOR, UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OFTHE TREASURY. (Attachments: # 1 Statement of Facts Defendants' Response to Plaintiffs' Statement of Facts)(Berwick, Benjamin) (Entered: 10/17/2013)
Argument of ...
Jason Babin Rips Dreadlocks Out of Andre Ellington’s Head, Throws Hair to Turf
Post Date: 2013-11-18 08:35:18 by hondo68
This may serve as a lesson not to wear dreadlocks in the NFL. Jaguars defensive end Jason Babin ripped a clump of dreads from Andre Ellingtons head. We can only assume this happened on a -1 yard reception by the Cardinals running back with about three minutes left in the third quarter. Babin made the tackle on that play. Check out Babin holding Ellingtons dreads like a prize in the photo below. Jason Babin ripped Andre Ellington's hair off his head. Not a euphemism: https://t.co/ai85HfPMuQ Will Brinson (@WillBrinson) November 17, 2013 UPDATE: Check out the GIF of the end of the play below, via SBNation.
Poster Comment:And the best bit? The move was completely legal ...
A Gob of News Stories from Blacklisted News
Post Date: 2013-11-18 07:29:48 by A K A Stone
Americans are inundating the National Security Agency with open-records requests, leading to a 988% increase in such inquiries Fueled by the Edward Snowden scandal, more Americans than ever are asking the NSA if their personal life is being spied on. Be The First To Comment... Fukushima Plant Fuel Rod Removals to Begin Today Tokyo Electric Power Co. will begin removing spent fuel today from the wrecked Fukushima Dai-Ichi nuclear facility, an early milestone in decommissioning that could threaten another crisis if mishandled. Be The First To Comment... How big data is changing the cost of insurance Dave Pratt winced when his teenage son bought himself a Jeep, thinking of how high ...
Catapult-Launched Bat Drone Wages Electronic War
Post Date: 2013-11-18 07:26:07 by A K A Stone
Small, tactical drones may have a new role in military strikes after Northrop Grummans catapult-launched Bat demonstrated an electronic attack capability for the first time in new tests. With its 12-foot wingspan, the low-flying Bat, which maxes out at 70 miles per hour, was able to jam radar during tests. That means the Pentagon will soon have the option of deploying a flexible, largely undetectable drone with radar-jamming capability to protect manned aircraft against radar and surface-to-air missile guidance systems. Bat continues to demonstrate capabilities that can normally only be achieved by larger, more expensive unmanned aircraft, said George Vardoulakis, ...
Toxic waste seems to naturally vanish from Palos Verdes Shelf
Post Date: 2013-11-18 07:02:33 by A K A Stone
Decades after industrial waste dumping turned part of Southern California's seafloor into a toxic hot spot, scientists have dredged up a mystery. Chemicals fouling the ocean off the Palos Verdes Peninsula seem to be going away without being cleaned up. Samples taken from the sediment suggest more than 100 metric tons of the banned pesticide DDT and industrial compounds known as polychlorinated biphenyls, or PCBs, have vanished from one of the country's most hazardous sites, almost a 90% drop in just five years. Scientists are at a loss to explain the decline across the 17-square-mile site, which sits about 200 feet below the ocean surface and two miles off the Los Angeles County ...
The Israelis and the Saudis are convinced the Geneva talksare nothing more than appeasement, Munich style, and will do little to slow Iran's effort to possess a nuclear warhead.
Post Date: 2013-11-17 18:36:27 by A K A Stone
Iran's Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, like his predecessor, the late Ayatollah Ruhollah Khomeini, is not only unafraid of death, he welcomes it as an expression of profound religious excellence. A Sunday Times story headlined Two Old Foes Unite Against Tehran suggest, according to a diplomatic source, that Israels Mossad is working with the Saudis on contingency plans for an attack on Iran, should the latter not take down its nuclear weapons program in the deal to be signed in Geneva this week. The Israelis and the Saudis are convinced that the Geneva talks that seek to place limits on Tehrans military nuclear development are nothing more than ...
Giving All Americans a Basic Income Would End Poverty
Post Date: 2013-11-17 15:55:49 by nolu chan
Giving All Americans a Basic Income Would End Poverty By Danny Vinik Nov. 12, 2013, 4:22 PM A simple idea for eliminating poverty is garnering greater attention in recent weeks: automatically have the government give every adult a basic income. The Atlantic's Matt Bruenig and Elizabeth Stoker brought up the idea a few weeks ago when they contemplated cutting poverty in half and Annie Lowrey revisited it today in the New York Times. Real wages have been stagnant in America for decades now and income inequality has grown immensely.In the aftermath of the Great Recession, its only gotten worse. The Census Bureau reported in September that the 15 percent of Americans (46.5 ...
What I Meant to Say Was...
Post Date: 2013-11-17 14:11:42 by nolu chan
Kevin McCarthy Majority Whip What I Meant to Say Was... What I Meant To Say Was
All Lets not forget that it wasnt just President Obama who repeatedly told people that if they like their healthcare plan, they could keep it. When Obamacare was finally passed in the House, 219 Democrats voted for it, repeating the same false promise as the President did to the American people. Tomorrow, House Democrats have an opportunity to clarify whether they truly meant for people who liked their healthcare plan to be able it keep it, or if this was just a sales tactic to shove an already unpopular bill through Congress. Running into Democrats who cant quite ...
LIE YOU LYING HAG!!!
Post Date: 2013-11-17 10:31:50 by A K A Stone
Man buys house next to ex-wife, erects giant middle finger statue
Post Date: 2013-11-16 17:49:05 by A K A Stone
Orchard Lake, Mich. (WJBK) -
Nothing quite communicates the wrath of a scorned lover like the middle finger. But in Bloomfield Hills, this middle finger is loud and proud - in the form of a near 12-foot high statue one man erected next door to his ex-wife.
Alan Markovitz recently moved into the home where the statue was erected, which happens to be next to the home where his ex-wife now lives with her new lover, whom she reportedly had an affair with while being married to Markovitz.
Markovitz tells Fox 2's Randy Wimbley his plan was to get even the ex-wife's new lover, and never meant for the matter be made public. However, it soon grabbed local attention when the ex-wife's ...
Man fired Civil War cannon at his neighbors for EIGHT DAYS during dispute
Post Date: 2013-11-15 21:55:42 by A K A Stone
A 52-year-old man who allegedly fired a Civil War cannon at his neighbor's house for eight days straight during an ongoing feud was arrested yesterday. New York's Brian J. Malta is accused of repeatedly firing the antique long tom, loaded with a powder charge and wadding, at the Prosser Hill Road, Jamestown property. While it is not illegal to own a cannon, deputies reportedly confiscated it because it was used maliciously. Malta lives in the rural town of Kiantone, on the Pennsylvania border about 60 miles south of Buffalo. While AP reported Malta fired at the homes of multiple neighbors, Buffalo YNN claimed Malta's wrath was just directed toward one for more than a week. ...
Think NSA Snooping Is Bad? Check Out MPAA Theater Security
Post Date: 2013-11-15 21:45:23 by A K A Stone
Hollywood studios are urging theater operators to crack down on in-theater camcording with the deployment of night-vision goggles, low-light binoculars and security cameras. The latest version of the Motion Picture Association of Americas Best Practices to Prevent Film Theft (.pdf) also suggests old-school surveillance, like random bag and jacket checks for prohibited items and to observe patrons when entering the theater. Look for the unusual, such as someone wearing a long or unseasonably heavy coat in warm weather, odd shapes outlined in pockets or patrons carrying shopping bags. If any of these are observed, please take a closer ...
News report charges U.S. with conducting illegal operations from German soil
Post Date: 2013-11-15 21:35:21 by A K A Stone
BERLIN — The breach in U.S.-German relations seemed likely to widen Friday after a joint German newspaper and television investigation titled “Secret War” reported that American intelligence and military use this nation for “tapping, code cracking, recruiting informants, observing suspects, kidnapping and abducting foreign enemies.”
What’s more, the reports added: “The Germans have known all that for years.”
The reports come at a time when German-U.S. relations have been taking a beating. In June, documents released by former National Security Agency consultant Edward Snowden revealed that the NSA has spied on the electronic communications of tens of millions of Germans. In October, ...
Food prices are high ... I need nutrition - fuel --- how to save $ $ $ !
Post Date: 2013-11-14 20:31:41 by BorisY
Food prices are high ... I need nutrition - fuel --- how to save $ $ $ ! I've been buying yogurt by the lg container ... 32 ounces - 2 lb --- I usually eat the whole container ! The one brand Yoplait sells for about 4 - $ $ $ ' s ! The other much thicker Brown Cow for 8 - $ $ $ ' s ! The more expensive was on sale for 6 - $ $ $ ' s ! It was only plain ! The dairy clerk suggested I buy frozen blueberries for 5 - $ $ $ ' s ! I mixed the two almost doubling the amount ! Had some left over for my oatmeal !
Poster Comment: Boy am I getting healthy !
Obama announces he will allow subpar or junk policies to be sold by bad apple insurance companies
Post Date: 2013-11-14 15:32:51 by nolu chan
Obama announces he will allow subpar or junk policies to be sold by bad apple insurance companies Thomas Lifson November 14, 2013 President Obama's press conference on Obamacare "fixes" today started more than half an hour after its announced time, a good indicator of last minute panic over wording. That's because appearances, not substance, are the essence of this "plan." For one thing, state insurance commissioners must approve any new plans. In California, health insurers have been required to sign contracts promising to end old policies, and the federal government lacks the authority to change lawful contracts. The idea that 50 state insurance ...
Strategic Move Exempts Health Law From Broader U.S. Statute
Post Date: 2013-11-14 15:24:30 by nolu chan
Strategic Move Exempts Health Law From Broader U.S. Statute By Robert Pear Published: November 4, 2013 WASHINGTON The Affordable Care Act is the biggest new health care program in decades, but the Obama administration has ruled that neither the federal insurance exchange nor the federal subsidies paid to insurance companies on behalf of low-income people are federal health care programs. The surprise decision, disclosed last week, exempts subsidized health insurance from a law that bans rebates, kickbacks, bribes and certain other financial arrangements in federal health programs, stripping law enforcement of a powerful tool used to fight fraud in other health care ...
only route to ‘alpha’ status ... is through animal like behavior either as a circus performer leaping - running with a ball --- or through violence - aggressive behavior
Post Date: 2013-11-14 14:29:49 by BorisY
sangell says: October 25, 2013 at 3:26 pm Found you worthwhile blog while trying to find the latest on this disturbing case. Obviously this is a reverse Trayvon Martin incident or what Zimmermans fate would have been had he not had his gun with him. This black child stalked Colleen into the ladies room and murdered her in a frenzy of racial self loathing. We see this self loathing more and more these days in adolescent black males as they realize they are in a world where the only route to alpha status is through animal like behavior either as a circus performer leaping and running with a ball or through violence and aggressive behavior. Interesting it ...
OBAMACARE ENROLLMENT REPORT, 13 Nov 2013
Post Date: 2013-11-13 15:59:24 by nolu chan
OBAMACARE ENROLLMENT REPORT, 13 Nov 2013
Bill Clinton May Have Just Penned ObamaCare's Epitaph I
Post Date: 2013-11-13 08:59:19 by A K A Stone
Politics: Who would think the president who proposed HillaryCare would help kill ObamaCare. Bill Clinton just gave congressional Democrats cover to oppose their party's president and try salvaging their political skins. When New Coke failed back in the 1980s, the Coca-Cola Co. didn't "fix" it; the company swiftly brought back the real Coke, calling it "Coca-Cola Classic." In the end, New Coke was scrapped and the fiasco made consumers appreciate "The Real Thing" that they had taken for granted. ObamaCare can't be "fixed" any more than New Coke could. But the pressure's on for Democrats to get rid of it, even if, like the Coke ...
Evidence of Widespread Voter Fraud Found in Virginia Governor’s Race
Post Date: 2013-11-13 08:57:25 by A K A Stone
Richmond, VAMerely hours after the close of a bitter and divisive Governors race in Virginia that saw Democrat Terry McAuliffe pull out a win over Republican Attorney General Ken Cuccinelli, irregularities in voting data have emerged. According to mainstream media outlets McAuliffe supposedly defeated Cuccinelli in a razor-thin 47-46 percent victory to become the next Governor of the great state of Virginia. Immediately following the announcement, Cuccinellis office opened a full investigation into the legitimacy of the vote and quickly turned up surprising results. In 13 districts, multiple instances of intimidation at the polls were reported. Large black men wearing ...
The secret, dirty cost of Obama's green power push
Post Date: 2013-11-13 08:56:03 by A K A Stone
CORYDON, Iowa (AP) -- The hills of southern Iowa bear the scars of America's push for green energy: The brown gashes where rain has washed away the soil. The polluted streams that dump fertilizer into the water supply. Even the cemetery that disappeared like an apparition into a cornfield. It wasn't supposed to be this way. With the Iowa political caucuses on the horizon in 2007, presidential candidate Barack Obama made homegrown corn a centerpiece of his plan to slow global warming. And when President George W. Bush signed a law that year requiring oil companies to add billions of gallons of ethanol to their gasoline each year, Bush predicted it would make the country ...
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