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    Understanding Millennials: Unleashing the Talents of First Global Generation

    Veteran pollster John Zogby visits The Heritage Foundation today to talk about his new book, “The First Globals: Understanding, Managing, and Unleashing Our Millennial Generation.” He’ll speak at The Bloggers Briefing at noon ET. Zogby and his co-author, Joan Snyder Kuhl, analyze why millennials are more globally aware and sensitive, … More

    Conservative Groups Speak Out on IRS Targeting

    How did America get to the point where the IRS is targeting conservative groups? Three premier conservative lawyers cited campaign finance laws and a cultural acceptance of beating up on conservatives as factors in the Internal Revenue Service’s recent attacks on free speech and targeting of conservative groups. “It started … More

    How Obamacare Hurts Americans: The Story of Ann Lorenz

    Ann Lorenz struggles with Parkinson’s disease and relies on Medicare to receive care. However, due to Obamacare, Lorenz worries that she will be limited in access to her doctors. “Patients like Ann will have to start spending more of their own personal money to pay for medications that are not … More

    Family Doctor: I Want to Take Care of My Patients

    As a family doctor, I have always believed in treating the whole person. Every person is a unique individual, and you can’t cookie-cutter medical care; it’s individualized. I am concerned about health care under the new law, and my patients are very concerned. Medicine has changed so much in my … More

    Why Is This Leukemia Patient Losing His Insurance?

    An Arizona man with cancer is going to be dropped from his current insurance and will probably lose his doctor because of Obamacare. Michael Cerpok was diagnosed with an incurable form of leukemia in 2006 requiring treatment that would cost him hundreds of thousands of dollars a year without help … More

    How Obamacare Hurts Americans: The Story of Dr. Martha Boone

    Government-run health care is hurting doctors as well as patients, according to Dr. Martha Boone. “The frustrating part of my day is I have two employees that work nearly full-time fighting Medicare and other insurance carriers for work that I have done,” Dr. Boone said. “I absolutely detest that part … More

    Behind the Scenes with Margaret Thatcher

    It has been almost 23 years since Lady Margaret Thatcher left 10 Downing Street and more than 10 years since she retired from politics completely. What is it about this leader that keeps her in the headlines and sparks both debate and praise throughout the world? According to Robin Harris, … More

    World’s First “Trillionaire” Offers to Pay Down U.S. National Debt

    KLTV.com-Tyler, Longview, Jacksonville, Texas | ETX News A restaurant manager from Tyler, Texas, briefly became the world’s first trillionaire earlier this week—until his $4 trillion bank balance was found to be an online glitch. In an interview with KLTV, Reggie Theus said he would have used $3 trillion of his … More

    Minimum Deterrence: Examining the Evidence

    The minimum deterrence posture, based on the premise that few nuclear weapons deter all adversaries, is unsubstantiated by historical evidence and contrary to vital U.S. national security interests, according to a new report by the National Institute for Public Policy (NIPP). NIPP president Keith Payne, NIPP senior scholar Ambassador Robert … More

    How's the Economy at Your House?

    The news media, the President, and Congress should be cautious in trotting out “victims” of the government shutdown. As national media continue the hype, the furor over Washington furloughs will only take you so far in the rest of America. IN WASHINGTON: While the country’s national parks are closed and … More