Here are some other highlights and headlines that I noticed over at Ransom Notes Radio:
The White House Calligrapher makes just under $98,000 per year… I never imagined “calligrapher” as a viable career option. In fact, I’m pretty certain that was not on the list of career possibilities that my college advisor shared with me in high school.
Land of the (mostly) free… Americans are beginning to feel less “free”, according to recent polls. Hey, that’s okay. We might not have our freedom, but at least we have some free birth control, right?
Medical staff working on the southern border were told by the Obama administration that they are not allowed to talk to the press. In fact, they were even threatened with prosecution, and possible jail time. Strangely, the previous story seems to be coming into focus…
About 85% of Obamacare’s “inconsistencies” cannot be fixed. What this means, is that the exchanges are unable to verify citizenship, verify eligibility for subsidies, protect an individual's personal information, etc. So, in other words: It’s working pretty much “as expected” for a government program.
Here are some pretty interesting poll numbers about the Obama tenure. I’m sure the Obama administration will step up IRS audits and DOJ investigations until morale improves.
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