Tuesday, January 19, 2010
by Larry Geller
The stock market rebounded Tuesday as traders placed bets that the outcome of an election in Massachusetts would make it harder for President Barack Obama to make changes to healthcare.
Healthcare stocks led the market higher as the prospect of a logjam in Washington eased concerns that profits at companies like insurers and drugmakers would suffer. [AP?, Market moves up on Massachusetts election polls, 1/19/2010]
Talk about Sick here something that recently came out and I am wondering why no one (Local News KITV, KGMB)has mentioned it ? Should we even be sending our kids to school, I wonder?
Shocking report shows USDA provides schools with questionable meats
Wednesday, January 20, 2010
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By Daily Crux Editor Justin Brill:
Today we found a startling report from late last year in USA Today that we had to pass along. Titled "Fast-food standards for meat top those for school lunches," the piece details the disturbing facts about what the government and public schools are feeding America's children.
As the paper reports, "In the past three years, the government has provided the nation's schools with millions of pounds of beef and chicken that wouldn't meet the quality or safety standards of many fast-food restaurants."
We'll let you read the piece for yourself, but if you have children in public school, we might recommend packing their lunch.
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