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A new report shows why American health care performs so poorly compared to its rivals—and suggests the Obamacare replacement proposals aren’t the way to fix it.
Rarely is a negative seen as a positive. But a new study in the journal Earth System Dynamics argues that negative emissions might be our only hope.
“The only thing necessary for the triumph of evil is that good men should do nothing.” The phrase has been attributed to many, but the sentiment is a good one. I cannot stand by and ‘do nothing’. I *will* not stand by and ‘do nothing.’
Spotting Fake News
We have all seen the problem recently about fake news. News that has little or no bearing on reality, that really gets the blood boiling, and helps create a belief that the world is a particular way.
Proposal in Congress would require servicemembers to pay into GI Bill for benefits
Congress is in the early stages of considering a mandate for service members to pay into the GI Bill – a proposal that has drawn sharp criticism from one veterans organization
How Indiana’s $32B budget affects you
As this year’s legislative session came to a close early Saturday morning, lawmakers approved plans that focus on improving roads, boosting education funding and making other strategic moves aimed at improving the state’s economy.
Even with an overall budget increase for K-12 schools next year, the state will devote less money to helping some urban districts such as Wayne Township Schools educate its most vulnerable, low-income students.
Sanders says “the model of the Democratic Party is failing”
The Democratic Party’s model is “failing,” and if voter turnout doesn’t grow “there is no future forward for the Democratic Party,” said Sen. Bernie Sanders, I-Vermont.
$10.9 million grant awarded to Indiana to help fight opioid epidemic
U.S. Senator Joe Donnelly announced Thursday that Indiana will receive a federal grant for approximately $10.9 million…