Daily Archives: March 24, 2014

Got Bubonic Plague? That’s Why You Need Ocare!

Well, it could happen! (via Twitchy) Sprained ankle? Bubonic plague? http://t.co/YGuenlpbKS #GetCoveredNow — All On The Line (@allontheline) March 24, 2014 Good grief. Obviously, this has caused lots of derision, such as https://twitter.com/kankokage/status/448167025341235200 https://twitter.com/SamValley/statuses/448114843292147713 and then What's the purpose of "Getting Covered" if you can't afford the $6000 deductible? Doh! @SHannitysHair @OFA pic.twitter.com/cIeB64tUsp — Gringo […]

If All You See…

…are ocean winds that are being changed because someone used a hair dryer, you might just be a Warmist The blog of the day is Jammie Wearing Fools, with a post on whiny Democrats being terrorized by mean ads.

NY Times Really Upset Over E-liquids, Calls Them Poison By The Barrel

Previously, we saw the NY Times editorial board calling for lots of Government restrictions on electronic cigarettes, which matches some in the progressive community doing the same. In fact, the Times has been covering e-cigs for awhile now, and taking the position that since we do not really know, regulate! Today we get Selling a […]

Good Grief: Mother Jones Links “Climate Change” To Missing Malaysian Airplane

Am I surprised? Shocked? Not in the least. I’m surprised it took a big website this long to create a link. (via Climate Depot) One Reason It May Be Harder to Find Flight 370: We Messed Up the Currents How climate change factors into the search for the missing Malaysia Airlines flight. Scientists say man-made […]

Washington Post Upset That “Vocally Devout” Justices Will Decide Ocare Contraception Case

Tuesday is the day when the Supreme Court will hear the case on the Ocare mandate requiring companies to provide insurance that includes free contraception, sterilization, and abortifacients. Many religious companies find this to be against their religious beliefs. And, per the Washington Post’s Robert Barnes, it’s horrible that religious justices might decide the case […]

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