11 Dec 18

Nannette Hammond terobsesi untuk menjadi Barbie di kehidupan nyata. Ia pun telah melakukan puluhan prosedur bedah plastik selama bertahun-tahun. Ini potretnya. — detikcom (@detikcom) December 11, 2018

09 Dec 18
Athens Academy Student Life

Mary Wilson Carter (Sunday) William Story (Sunday) Nylah LaVigna (Today) KINDNESS * TEAMWORK * PASSION * INTEGRITY * COURAGE * RESPECT Connor Wood showed PASSION and COURAGE racing his UTV’s! He was recognized in the Athens Banner-Herald. Will Hays, Charles Clarke, and Jay Bangle displayed TEAMWORK by spending part of their break helping Mrs Newland […]

09 Dec 18

  Tucker Carlson Tonight : Tucker Debates Illegal Immigration, ICE Criticism 1. A talk show that I saw that had an interesting argument about immigration i saw this video from Tucker Carlson Tonight on Fox. Tucker is debating  Illegal immigration and ICE criticism. Tucker is arguing how  Nannette Barragan California Congress woman said that the […]

07 Dec 18
Montreal Gazette

The Israel Cancer Research Fund’s 13th Women of Action Luncheon raised more than $310,000.

05 Dec 18

“You just don’t have what it takes.” Do you hear those words often. I do, and its disheartening to the soul. My dilemma is that what if you are judged solely on the outcomes of your past rather than the actions in your current situation? I am at a crossroads in life where changing for […]

30 Nov 18
My Personal Matchmaker

Hi Kyana, Per your request I am providing this written documentation to officially placing my membership on hold so I can get to know Brian. There are so many wonderful qualities I am not sure where to begin. Brian and I have a lot of the same interest but you already know that.  There was […]

30 Nov 18

29729.  Susan of North Carolina•26m 29728.  Anthony Cacao of California•2h 29727.  JM Donovan of Colorado•5h Why is the FBI not properly investigating Democrat corruption??? 29726.  Diane of Florida•9h 29725.  Susan Miller of New York•9h This has gone on long enough. Why isnt anyone investigating Muekers criminal background !!!! God Bless J.W 29724.  Tim of Ohio•15h […]

30 Nov 18
Friends of the BMPL

Dear Neighbor, The Friends of the Briarcliff Manor Public Library, Inc., would like to wish you and your family a happy and healthy holiday season and a very Happy New Year. Our magnificent Library and Community Center has become the neighborhood hub where everyone can enjoy print and electronic material, view their neighbors’ artwork, stimulate […]

29 Nov 18
Case In Point

I recently attended a memorial service that I found to feel like a strangely pivotal point in my life. Looking back on the day has a surreal dream like quality that I’m lucky to have actually lived and remember all the parts of, some painful, some joyous. It wasn’t pivotal in the way that I […]

29 Nov 18
The Lions Den

(just another post in the series of marking out the absurd view points of they who have no taste for God, scripture, and decent people of faith. I do not apologize for pointing out such things. If you are a believer, this should warm you, if you are not a believer, try to be honest […]

21 Nov 18
WSVN 7News | Miami News, Weather, Sports | Fort Lauderdale

Leave it to Deco Drive to brighten up your life. It is the holiday season, after all. And we found one SoFlo spot that’s getting the party started just after Thanksgiving. Deco’s very own honey ball ham, Chris Van Vliet, is live in Coral Gables with more. Lights, camera, NightGarden! Fairchild Tropical Botanic Garden is […]

20 Nov 18
As of November 1st, Arkansas booted more than 12,000 people off Medicaid for failing to report work hours online for three months — but don’t blame the policy, blame the people said one official. Of the 69,000 Arkansas residents subjected to Medicaid work requirements, less than one percent (557) reported 80-hours of work or community engagement activities per month, as required by the new Arkansas policy implemented in June. Residents, who qualify for Medicaid because they earn up to 138 percent of the poverty level, are only able to report online and the website shuts down every day at 9 p.m. While there’s plenty of expert analyses showing the process is too complicated and that barriers to internet access exist, the director of the Arkansas Department of Human Services Cindy Gillespie offered the PBS NewsHour an optimistic take, asserting that the confusion will ultimately resolve with time. Nevertheless, she insisted that some of the Arkansans affected are currently uninsured now because they don’t value insurance. Reporter Catherine Rampell: How would you explain the fact that something like 80 or 90 percent of people who are required to report work hours are not reporting work hours? They’re too unmotivated? Gillespie: Some are. Some are just not — they don’t value the insurance. They’re not using it. They don’t value it — would be part of it, I do hear from some people. For others, it might also be the case that they don’t know that they’re insured and don’t care to be insured if they received a notice. Rampell: I would find it very surprising that people don’t want to be insured if it’s not costing them anything. Gillespie: But it starts to cost them something if they then have to begin to engage in activities, report income that they don’t want to report, etc. But a closer look at the state’s own data shows most people are likely unaware of the new policy: About 54,000 recipients are exempt without having to do anything; more than 960 are already meeting the requirement because food assistance requires them to; and more than 12,000 failed to report and are now without health coverage. A simple Google search turns up multiple expert analyses on why people failed to meet the work requirement. A Kaiser Family Foundation analysis based on interviews with key stakeholders in August and September found that the state’s outreach campaign was a failure, as many people didn’t answer calls or return messages. Lack of computer literacy and internet access also created problems for ongoing reporting; Arkansas has one of the lowest levels of internet access country-wide. Health Affairs interviewed more than a dozen Medicaid beneficiaries, none of whom devalued insurance as Gillespie claimed. In fact, some had chronic diseases such as drug addiction, and thus dependent on Medicaid for their own survival. In one particularly harrowing account, Little Rock resident Nannette Ruelle described to the Arkansas Times’ Benjamin Hardy how she lost her insurance in August and has had to ration medications for the past two-and-a-half months. Ruelle, who works about 25 to 35 hours a week at a local restaurant, carefully parcelling out a medication to treat “chronic neuropathic pain in her feet and ankles” so she can continue working, told Hardy that she failed to report her hours because the system was too difficult to navigate. “What happened was that I got my information and I tried to fax it to them. The fax wouldn’t go through, so I tried calling them, and I never got an answer on the phone. I went up there and they were out of the office,” she told the Arkansas Times. “I just quit trying, because you can only try so many times before it’s like, ‘OK, you’re closing the door in my face.’ ” State data shows more than 6,000 failed to meet the work rule for two consecutive months already. If they fail to report again in November, thousands can lose Medicaid benefits December 1st.
20 Nov 18
RSS News

Red tape and a confusing website cut off health insurance for thousands of working people Nannette Ruelle is watching three numbers tick downward as the year comes to a close. The first is the number of doses left in her Advair inhaler, which she normally uses three times a day to control her asthma. As […]

19 Nov 18
Niagara Wire

By: Katherine Snyder NIAGARA UNIVERSITY, N.Y. – The Deaf community is an important part of our society, making improving our communications with them a pertinent topic. American Sign Language, also known as ASL, is the official language used to communicate among those who are deaf or hard of hearing (DHH). Recently, Starbucks opened up their […]