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Daily Archives: November 7, 2013

NCDOT Apologizes For Inappropriate Women Drivers And Obamacare Traffic Alert Messages

The North Carolina Department of Transportation(NCDOT) is apologizing for a series of inappropriate traffic alert messages that were sent out by a contractor. The contractor failed to turn off the external feed while performing routine tests. A total of six … Read More

Maddow: Rand Paul Threatens To Quit If Criticism Won’t Stop

The battle between Rachel Maddow and Rand Paul over his plagiarism is now in the third week, and she is still hammering Paul. The confrontation began after Maddow first pointed out Paul’s plagiarism during a speech in Virginia. In the … Read More

Most Americans Earn Less Than $30,000

If you make more than $30,000 per year, you are better off than more than half of American wage earners, according to the Social Security Administration. Meanwhile, highlighting a massive gap between most Americans and those that hold most of … Read More

Washington City Approves $15 Minimum Wage

While gubernatorial and mayoral elections stole the spotlight, voters in Washington city Sea-Tac approved a minimum wage increase to a national high of $15, nearly $6 higher than the state’s $9.19 minimum wage. Sea-Tac, is home to Seattle’s airport and … Read More

Bill O’Reilly, Kate Obenshain And Kirsten Powers Clash Over Whether Or Not Sebelius Should Resign

Bill O’Reilly, Kate Obenshain and Kirsten Powers discuss whether or not Kathleen Sebelius should resign over the failure of the Obamacare website, healthcare.gov. Bill O’Reilly and Kate Obenshain think that she should resign. Kirsten Powers disagreed, saying that it’s a … Read More

Barbara Buono Unloads On New Jersey Democrats For Betrayal

Shortly after Chris Christie was declared the winner of the New Jersey gubernatorial election, Senator Barbara Buono delivered her concession speech. Buono slammed New Jersey “Democratic political bosses” for the onslaught of betrayals. Buono denounced New Jersey’s political system. “We … Read More