Limited Government

Jerry Hopkins: community conversation | Opinion

Our founders set up a simple government with three branches – an executive, a legislature and a judiciary that operate through a system of “checks and balances” to prevent any individual, group or branch from dominating the whole. Insane changes have been patiently and aggressively forced upon the nation and …

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Biden Focuses on Climate and Families in $ 2,000 Plan | Washington, DC News

By LISA MASCARO, ALAN FRAM and MATTHEW DALY, Associated Press WASHINGTON (AP) – Scaling back his ‘build back better’ plans, President Joe Biden on Tuesday described a more limited vision to Democratic lawmakers of a $ 2 trillion government overhaul program with at least $ 500 billion to fight against …

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Why the integrity of health care programs is important

Health has always been a stressful activity. The COVID-19 pandemic and now the latest wave of infections caused by the Delta variant have put the work of providers, insurers and administrators of government health programs in the spotlight. This makes the prevention and investigation of healthcare fraud more difficult and …

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SLOBODIAN: The Madness of Families Asked to Care for Seniors in Manitoba LTC

Co-authored by the Western Standard Editorial Board Albertans are a generous and patriotic people, but the exploitative nature of Canadian fiscal federalism distracts many from an unconditional salvation of the maple leaf. Since Canada’s centennial in 1967, Alberta has given the rest of Canada a net $ 600 billion more …

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Tomi Lahren: personal life, career and youth

What do we know about Tomi Lahren’s boyfriend? Renowned American conservative political commentator and former TV host Tomi Lahren has long been an integral part of the industry and continues to draw attention to her work. Lahren hosted Tomi on TheBlaze. From there, her journey began when she was noticed …

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Only 20 UK visas issued to foreign truck drivers, government admits | Supply chain crisis

Only 20 UK visas have been issued to overseas truck drivers who accepted the emergency job offer to avoid empty shelves in the run-up to Christmas, a senior minister admitted. Oliver Dowden, Chairman of the Conservative Party, said there were a “relatively small” number of people applying for the jobs, …

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Driving innovation in AI with a National Research Cloud – GCN

Stimulate AI innovation with a National Research Cloud By Stéphanie Kanowitz 12 October 2021 A recently published white paper provides a roadmap for creating a National Research Cloud (NRC) that would fuel artificial intelligence-based research. In “Building a National AI Research Resource: A Blueprint for the National Research Cloud”, the …

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Majority of Michigan residents see lower flood insurance rates as federal government adjusts prices – Macomb Daily

The sun was out on Thursday and a gentle breeze was blowing leaves down the hill and over the lawns that lined the quiet street near Clinton River Heritage Park in Utica. However, Kim Maday-Apley remembers the street as a raging river. “We had a terrible storm and there was …

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Benefits for everyone or just for the needy? Manchin’s request concentrates the debate

In a private meeting with Mr Biden and nearly a dozen House Democrats in transitional districts on Tuesday, the prospect of limiting who could benefit from the promised two years of free community college emerged as part of a broader discussion of the program, according to Rep. Susan Wild, Democrat …

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EU / Afghanistan: high-level meeting must bring Afghans to safety

Ahead of the “European Forum for the Protection of Afghans at Risk” to be held on October 7 with the United Kingdom, the United States and Canada, Amnesty International calls on the EU and participating States to evacuate and resettle endangered Afghans from Afghanistan and neighboring countries. “We have seen …

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