A conservative organization for seniors is sounding the alarm
over Medicare changes to mail order diabetic testing supplies.
Among the bipartisan concern in Washington about the acquisition
of Virginia-based Smithfield Foods by a Chinese company is that
expressed by Senator Chuck Grassley, who urges caution on three
A mutual fund that offers biblically responsible investing says
it won't own shares in Teva Pharmaceuticals, maker of the
"morning-after" pill - now or in the future.
The nation's unemployment rate increased to 7.6 percent in May,
and it will not improve until ObamaCare is repealed, says a
spokesman for a national black leadership network.
A financial analyst doesn't agree with a prediction that J.C.
Penney will disappear next year.
An American manufacturing group says the May jobs report
suggests there were many "service sector" jobs that were filled and
too-few manufacturing hires.
If the health exchanges that are set to begin this October turn
out to be a disaster, does that mean the rules and regulations that
are scheduled to take effect in January should be delayed?
An author and commentator thinks Detroit could be weeks away
from the most spectacular municipal bankruptcy ever - if it
defaults the right way.
The slogan is "eat fresh, eat local."
An attorney for the Food Marketing Institute says supermarkets
and other food retailers are speaking out against a pending
regulation requiring calorie counts and other information on
A healthcare leader says high prices for insurance premiums
under California's health exchange may turn off many states and
A fiscal policy expert says he would give Detroit's emergency
manager a good grade for his work thus far in trying to get the
city back in good standing.
Search engine giant Google recently released its highly
anticipated and controversial "Google Glass," but an Internet
filtering expert is warning people of faith about the new
Toyota has topped BMW for the world's top auto brand, while not
a single American brand made the top five.
A healthcare expert is reporting California's health exchange
prices are much higher than officials and the media claim.
A healthcare expert says patients with life-threatening
illnesses may choose to go without their medications if prices
skyrocket under ObamaCare as they are expected to do.