And that is just fine with Marcus and her effete brethren, tut-tutting over that nasty rabble who dares to hold her to account while she hob-knobs with the “smart set” and politely asks to pass the sweet and sour shrimp. Senate, Victor Davis Hanson, Washington Post | Permalink Posted by doomsy We know that, as the Republican Party gets pulled more and more to the right, their chances of winning the White House get exponentially harder also, a problem totally of their own making (though we can never assume anything – I thought Dubya had no chance against Al Gore in 2000, and he mostly didn’t, but we know what happened).
Leave a Comment » | "Culture Wars", Afghanistan, Barack Obama, Bushco Agency Abuse, Congress, Environment, Financial, George W. However, the other side of that coin, as it were, is that, in perpetually energizing their base, they remain revved up for the off-year and special elections (even though Dems have won their share of the latter). And I definitely see that in the campaigns in my locality, including Kevin Strouse running for the U. House against Mikey the Beloved (here), Allyson Schwartz (assuming she’s the Dem nominee) running against Tom “Space Cadet” Corbett for PA guv (here), and John Lewis and Mark Moffa running for Lower Makefield Township, Bucks County supervisors (here).
They are uninsured at higher rates than any other age group and face a job market less likely to provide health benefits than the one their older siblings and parents entered in their 20s.
“If you want a career that doesn’t tend to be associated with companies that provide health insurance coverage, you’ll have more options,” said Sara Collins, the vice president for affordable health insurance at the Commonwealth Fund.
As highlighted by recent EEOC litigation on this subject, is important that the employer and employee work together to find a feasible and reasonable accommodation.
We have to have an answer for the off-year election base energy of the other side, and it doesn’t matter what election we’re talking about. That being said, I should note that I think this is pretty cool – this, from the Democratic Legislative Campaign Committee, is a map of everyone in this country who donated on behalf of Morse and Giron. Leave a Comment » | Activism, Barack Obama, Congress, Energy, Environment, George W.
“It frees people’s work-life decisions.” The model of employer-based health care arose from the days after World War II when there was a huge quantity of good-paying jobs to be filled, but a comparatively small domestic labor pool, and employers believed they had to provide health care through work to attract good employees.
Does anyone seriously think those days will ever return?
And, you know, when you take a little baby that weighs like 12 pounds into a doctor’s office and they pump them with many, many simultaneous vaccinations — I’m all for vaccinations, but I think when you add all of these vaccinations together and then two months later the baby is so different then lots of different things have happened.
With flu season right around the corner, employers may be starting to wonder what steps can be taken to ensure that the workplace remains productive and flu-free.