Several accounting changes have taken place in the last few years for states to show more transparency in how they report their pension debt. Continue reading →
I’m not a doctor, but I have experience in drinking.
In today’s political climate, many will pontificate about “coming together” and “reaching across the aisle” when it comes to enacting policy.
A recent court ruling on medical privacy related to business health wellness programs is exposing its ineffectiveness.
As Medicaid expansion costs from Obamacare starts weighing down state budgets, California is identified as the biggest offender. Continue reading →
A beautiful moment has unfolded in Syria that won’t get much media play here in America but should be celebrated by Americans and Christians. Continue reading →
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Job opportunities exist that pay salaries over $100,000 annually for doing simple tasks for the rich.
Just what exactly is the Hoosier State importing from Ireland? Continue reading →
The Democrat Party and its voter base freaking out over the recently passed GOP tax plan is perplexing. Continue reading →