Following the raid on Osama bin Laden, President Barack Obama now has a 60 approval rating. Do you approve or disapprove of President Obama's job performance?
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Obama ‘defiance’ of Constitution earns impeachment call
Posted on June 30, 2011 by Conservative Byte
An organization that battles illegal immigration on behalf of the 75 percent of America’s legal citizens who want more control over illegal immigration is calling for the impeachment of Barack Obama over his involvement in two issues: the transfer under his administration’s jurisdiction of weapons to Mexican drug lords and his efforts to provide amnesty to illegal aliens.
“President Obama is no longer the legitimate president of the United States,” said William Gheen, president of Americans for Legal Immigration PAC, in calling for the action today.
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Older Workers Could face Disparities in Health Law Glitch
Published June 30, 2011
| Associated Press
Jan. 19, 2011: Senior citizens do physical therapy at the Glendale Gardens Adult Day Health Care center in Glendale, Calif.
WASHINGTON -- Older adults of the same age and income with similar medical histories would pay sharply different amounts for private health insurance due to what appears to be an unintended consequence of the new health care law.
Aware of the problem, the administration says it is exploring options to address a potential disparity that could mean added controversy for President Barack Obama's health care overhaul. The law expands coverage to more than 30 million uninsured people and would require most Americans to carry insurance.
The glitch mainly affects older adults who are too young for a Medicare card but have reached 62, when people can qualify for early retirement from Social Security. Sixty-two is the most common age at which Americans start taking Social Security, although their monthly benefit is reduced.
As the health care law is now written, those who take early retirement would get a significant break on health insurance premiums. That's because part or all of their Social Security benefits would not count as income in figuring out whether they can get federal subsidies to help pay for coverage until they become eligible for Medicare at 65.
"There is an equity issue here," said Robert Laszewski, a former health insurance executive turned policy consultant. "If you get a job for 40 hours a week, you're going to pay more for your health insurance than if you don't get a job."
The Obama administration says it is working on the problem.
Read more: http://www.foxnews.com/politics/2011/06/30/older-workers-could-face...
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another proof that Obam is destroying the economy
TheStreet.com recently analyzed the Z-score (a formula that measures a company's financial health through factors such as working capital, total assets, total liabilities, market capitalization, sales, retained earnings and earnings before interest and taxes) of several chain restaurants to forecast the chances of the companies going bankrupt in the next two years.
The article points out that although stocks from companies like McDonald's, Chipotle and Starbucks are generally growing, restaurants like Sbarro's and Marie Callender's filed for bankruptcy this year.
Below is a list of which other chains (market capitalization of at least $100 million) might follow suit, from least risky to most risky:
14. Red Robin13. Sonic12. Ruby Tuesday11. Carrols Restaurant Group (Pollo Tropical, Taco Cabana)10. Einstein Noah Restaurant Group9. O'Charley's (its namesake as well as Ninety Nine Restaurant and Stoney River Legendary Steaks)8. Ruth's Hospitality Group (Ruth's Chris Steak House, Mitchell's Fish Market)7. McCormick & Schmick's6. Bravo Brio Restaurant Group (BRAVO! Cucina Italiana and BRIO Tuscan Grille)5. Domino's Pizza4. DineEquity (IHOP, Applebee's)3. Morton's Restaurant Group2. Wendy's/Arby's1. Denny's
Learn more about the financial struggles of the individual chains at TheStreet.com.
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