A little over a year into his Presidency and Obama has managed to do what none of his predecessors were able to do, overhaul the nation’s health care system. Since the days of FDR to Truman to Clinton and almost every President in between all have attempted to improve the country’s health care system and all have failed, until now. The desire to provide affordable … Continue reading Obama Cements His Legacy as Health Care Reform Bill Becomes Law
Starting July 1, 2010 any one with a Puerto Rico issued birth certificate will have to apply for a new birth certificate. Puerto Rico’s governor, Luis Fortuño, recently signed a law making all old birth certificates processed prior to December 2009 not valid in any federal agency. It is the government’s effort to reduce and prevent all identity theft cases reported by U.S. Immigration and … Continue reading Puerto Rico Issued Birth Certificates Soon To Expire
2010 is a census year and in March the Census Bureau will begin sending out census forms to each and every American household. Some of you may be surprised and even a little offended by question #9 on this year’s census form. Question # 9 relates to race, and asks:
“What is person 1’s race?” with one of the selections being “Black, African-Am., or Negro.
Continue reading The 2010 Census: Black, African-Am., or Negro???
I posted this article from CNN because I thought it was interesting how the “then” President Bush thought that Obama wasn’t remotely qualified to be leader of the free world. While I may not agree with how Obama is handling some issues I would not say that he isn’t qualified. Continue reading Bush on Obama: “This Guy Has No Clue”