Michael Schaus

Here are some other highlights and headlines that I noticed over at Ransom Notes Radio:

I was really excited when I heard that they arrested the person responsible for Benghazi... Then I realized they weren't talking about Hillary. By the way: Can anyone explain to me why it took 16 hours to arrest the producer of a movie that had nothing to do with the events in Libya, but it took two years to arrest the terrorist?

(Breitbart)

It’s kinda cute to hear Obama brag about capturing one terrorist, after he just let five others walk free from Gitmo. I may not be well versed in new Common Core mathematics, but it seems like we’re running at a loss right now…

(Fox News)

In addition to having digital backups of all of Lois Lerner’s emails, the IRS is also required (by law) to print out all emails as a physical backup in the event of a server crash… Apparently, the dog ate those copies.

(Daily Caller)

Yahoo finance has an article about retirement, which explains that working longer is not a good retirement plan. I can only assume Yahoo is running out of copy material when they feel the need to publish an article explaining that work is not the same thing as retirement.

(Yahoo)

The FDA is going to limit the amount of salt you can consume. I don’t know why, but reading this story makes me start to crave potato chips, salted peanuts, and French freedom fries.

(Daily Caller)

A guy robbed five NYC banks, and got away with a mere five hundred dollars. With that kind of return on investment, I don’t think he’s making a livable wage in Manhattan.

(NY Daily News)


Michael Schaus

Michael Schaus is the Associate Editor for Townhall Finance, and the Executive Producer for Ransom Notes Radio. He is a former talk show host and political activist. Having worked in fields ranging from construction to financial investment, his perspectives and world views are forged with a deep understanding of what it means to be an American.
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