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More Like “NObamacare.” None For Me, Thanks!

Joe Lose, Writer

March 27, 2014


Filed under Columns

With only four days left until the individual mandate deadline for Obamacare...  Oh, I'm sorry, Nancy Pelosi.  We're not supposed to say "Obamacare" anymore, are we?  But we'll get to that later.  The individual mandate for Obamacare states you must sign up and pay for health insurance.  Doesn't...

House, Senate vote to reopen government, avoid debt crisis

October 17, 2013


Filed under National

WASHINGTON — The nation stepped back from the brink of default Wednesday as Congress approved a bill to reopen the federal government and raise the debt ceiling. President Barack Obama signed the bill early Thursday. The White House told federal employees to expect to return to work Thursday morning. The...

The Big Debate in Church and State

Quinn Kelly, Shift Editor

September 13, 2012


Filed under Opinion

Politics and religion are two of the touchiest subjects today. Talking about either one can end in arguments and, dare I say, hurt feelings. Not talking about it though will just end up making everything worse. According to “The Pew Forum” website statistics, approximately 78% of all Adult Americans...

Don’t ask, don’t tell ends after 18 years: Soldier posts video of himself coming out

Don’t ask, don’t tell ends after 18 years: Soldier posts video of himself coming out

Caitlin Wilson, Web Editor

September 21, 2011


Filed under National

After 18 years, don’t ask, don’t tell has finally been repealed forever. Although, President Obama had signed an initial repeal back in December. President Obama said, “As of today, Americans who want to serve the country they love will no longer have to lie about who they love.” Don’t...

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