Imagine how social security was first administered. Now imagine how the Affordable Care Act could look in 75 years.
President Obama said in 2009 that Americans who liked their current plan could keep it under the Affordable Care Act.
A rodeo clown imitating President Obama garnered national media attention and far-reaching condemnation.
So far, about 200 employees at the Missouri National Guard have been furloughed and more could be on the way if a deal isn’t reached in the coming days.
Baseball fans arriving in St. Louis for the start of the playoffs this week can scratch off one potential side visit — the Gateway Arch. The lingering dispute over President Barack Obama’s health care law prompted a partial federal government shutdown Tuesday. Nationwide, some 800,000 federal workers are off the job, though services deemed critical, such as law enforcement and disaster assistance, continued. The shutdown idled many offices and facilities in Missouri, including Army Corps of Engineers-operated campgrounds, boat ramps and visitors centers.
William Daley has pulled out of the race, saying that even though he had been around politics all his life, he didn’t realize how big a task being a candidate would be.
Actually, it was two sides of the same story. One side was told by Conners and the other by his former bosses, who are being sued by Conners for defamation.
Bishop Robert Shaheen, based at St. Raymond’s Cathedral near downtown, says the refugee crisis in Lebanon is big and growing larger by the day.
”I think a hate crime occurs when you use a person’s race to depict who they are and to make degrading comments, gestures, et cetera, against them.”
White House spokesman Josh Earnest says he had no reaction from Obama. But he says that personally, as a native of Missouri, “It was certainly not one of the finer moments in our state.”