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“Never thought we’d be able to get here, but we did it.”
Business Where Individuals Can Pay to Snuggle With Professional Cuddlers at Center of Controversy in Wis.
“No offense to men, but I don’t know any man who wants to just snuggle.”
An Iowa Taco Joint Lost 25 Percent of Its Business After This Picture of an Employee Hit the Internet
“She was extremely rude because I was upset with her appearance and behavior.”
Mack Agaybi was inside the back office of his car dealership, A B Motors, in Houston, Texas when he spotted two armed men entering his store on a surveillance camera. Agaybi retrieved a gun, went to the front of the store, which was filled with friends and family members, and fired at the criminals, causing them to flee. Following the shootout, Agaybi realized his friend had been shot in the fracas and immediately put him into his car and drove to a local clinic. The friend is expected to survive. Agaybi told reporters that without his gun, he, his friends, and family members would have been killed.
Business owner fells one intruder and captures another, The Seattle Times, Seattle, Wash. October 2, 2013
The owner of Frager Farm Stand and Fruit Tree Nursery in Kent, Wash. was about to go to bed when he heard a suspicious noise at his business, which is right next to his home. The owner retrieved a shotgun, went to investigate, and discovered a pair of intruders inside the farm stand’s office. The owner shot and killed one of the criminals and held the other at gunpoint until police could arrive. The break-in was the second in as many days for the farm stand. An investigation revealed that the surviving burglar was facing a domestic violence charge and had a recent history of drug use.
A pro-life-run company in Pennsylvania is taking the pro-abortion HHS mandate to the Supreme Court with a simple request: tear down this mandate.
Alliance Defending Freedom attorneys representing a Pennsylvania family and its woodworking business asked the U.S. Supreme Court Thursday to hear its lawsuit against the Obama administration’s abortion pill mandate, which could cost the family nearly $ 3 million per month in fines if it doesn’t agree to live contrary to its Christian convictions. It is the first Supreme Court petition in a case challenging a direct ruling on the mandate.
The Planned Parenthood abortion business has closed another one of its abortion clinics in Texas — this time in San Angelo.
Earlier this month, the Planned Parenthood abortion business in Texas closed one of its facilities that was caught on tape years ago expressing a willingness to do an abortion no a 13-year-old girl who claimed to be a victim of statutory rape. Abortion business officials said then that abortion customers would be referred to the facility in San Angelo, but it is now closing itself.
For several months Clear Channel radio refused paid ads from the new Southwind abortion clinic operating inside George Tiller’s former abortion clinic in Wichita. However, after news that Southwind was going to present them with a 68,000 signature petition, Clear Channel has caved, even though petition gatherers earlier admitted that the “vast majority” of signers are from outside Wichita.
In other words, East and West coast liberals insist it is Clear Channel’s obligation to help encourage Kansas women to get abortions!
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From fish-shaped coffins to slaughtered bulls, funerals in Africa are lavish affairs, providing a lucrative opportunity for insurance companies looking for business in some of the world’s fastest growing economies. Africans are by no means alone in [...]
Indiana has lost its battle to de-fund the Planned Parenthood abortion business — as a judge today issued a permanent injunction in the abortion giant’s favor in its lawsuit against the state over the de-funding law.
U.S. District Judge Tanya Walton Pratt in Indianapolis issued the order preventing state officials from preventing Medicaid dollars from flowing the nation’s largest abortion company.
The new pro-life law Governor Rick Perry signed into law to ban abortions after 20 weeks has resulted in shutting down another abortion business.
The law bans abortions after 20 weeks and holds abortion clinics accountable by making them meet basic health and safety standards that have closed facilities in other states that are unable to comply. The law also requires all abortion clinics to meet the same health and safety regulations as an ambulatory surgical center, requires a doctor providing abortions to secure admitting privileges at a nearby hospital, and lastly, requires a doctor to personally administer the abortion-inducing drugs to the patient.
Another Headache for the Obamacare ‘Train Wreck’? Small Business Owners Sue IRS Over Employer Mandate
Small business owners in six states are suing the federal government over an IRS regulation imposed under the Affordable Care Act (i.e. “Obamacare”) which, they say, will force them to pay hefty fines, cut their employees’ hours, or burden their businesses.
“Because of Obamacare I’ve already been forced to cut my ‘hourly’ employees’ hours from 40 down to 28 so I can keep running my business and keep my employees on the payroll,” J. Allen Tharp, CEO of Olde England’s Lion and Rose and a plaintiff in the suit, told TheBlaze.
CNBC, Harvard Business School Prof. Rip New York Times Over Pro-Tax Editorial: Either Dishonest or They Don’t Get Economics
The New York Times editorial board on Saturday published an article claiming Republican lawmakers’ love of pro-austerity policies has inhibited economic growth.
On the other hand, the op-ed argues, the Obama administration is “doing better” by “adding new taxes and investments”:
Republicans have insisted on austerity for ideological and political reasons. The administration has done better by adding new taxes and investments to the cuts, but the reductions are still deep and damaging.