Washington Post: #obamacare exchange flunked pre-launch testing. *Grotesquely*.
So, if the story’s from the Washington Post, then why am I picking Talking Points Memo as the go-to link for this story? Federal health officials went ahead with the Oct. 1 launch of Obamacare’s online health insurance marketplace despite a failed test days before, the Washington Post reported Monday. Government officials and contractors ran a test to see whether the web portal could handle | Read More »
Bloomberg’s 16 ounce enforcement shows ignorance about measurements
New York City’s ban on select beverages larger than 16 ounces struck many of us as a progressive nanny state running its due course. It was a senseless blow to liberty, expanding government in a pointless way, that also happened to affect less-wealthy New Yorkers disproportionately.
But as the city now turns toward enforcement of the ban, new developments in city government point to a disturbing revelation: New York City’s health department knows nothing about science, about testing, or about how to use calibrated instrumentation to make accurate measurements in restaurants.
In expanding the nanny state, Mike Bloomberg reveals New Yorkers probably aren’t very safe under its growing umbrella.
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Oh the Woe of Standardized Testing…….
So I guess I’m gonna have to take a weekly vacation from Redstate now in order to study for my school finals. They’re on Wednesday so I guess I better study STUDY STUDY starting NOW. If only my school didn’t have finals…… I mean they’re other ways of holding me accountable. Oh the sorrow of bush’s baby NCLB I mean the Title 1 funds really helped out schools like mine | Read More »
Liberal Fascists Facilitate Vaccine Sales by Fabricating Swine Flu Data
It was reported on Wednesday that the swine flu figures since July have been entirely fabricated, since the Center for Disease Control instructed states at that time to stop testing for H1N1. Prior to the ban, they found that more than 80% of the referred cases did not turn out to be swine flu. If you’ve been diagnosed “probable” or “presumed” 2009 H1N1 or “swine | Read More »
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