A couple of commenters are confused by my position over the latest flap over contraceptives. My position is that religious freedom is a right granted to individual US citizens by the Constitution. The right is not granted to institutions. I’m sure that this clarification will make things perfectly clear. 🙂
Wall Street is happier with the Greek deal.
Highlights of the Obama budget plan for 2013 can be found here. There are $350 billion in short-term job growth initiatives in this budget. I’ll have more on this later.
I was truly surprised at how Mitt Romney decided that begging was the right tactic at CPAC. Basically, he thought it was necessary for him to roll out a list of his credentials to prove to the conference that he was truly a conservative. If you are truly a conservative, you shouldn’t have to prove it. One would figure that a conference full of conservatives should be able to spot a conservative from a mile away.
Somehow, we need to change our jury system. We are way too influenced by eye-witness testimony, which can be terribly flawed.
Iran is censoring the Internet and blocking access. This is confirmed by Google.
The Department of Justice withheld vital information on wiretapping from Congress. Congress, the supposed overseers, were out to lunch.
A study of 2009 of sexually active American women between the ages of 18 and 34 revealed that 30% of them had put off a visit to their gynecologist or family practitioner in order to save money. A quarter of the women who are on birth control pills were not taking the pills every day in order to save money. Women need affordable healthcare and this includes birth control. It is that simple.
In a shocking study, 10% of physicians admit that they’ve been untruthful with their patients.
Although Adele takes the Grammys, Whitney Houston is definitely remembered.