Must Read- Feb. 11, 2014: Nixa Tax for Parks, Obamacare Changes, Privatization of MO
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President Obama has put off forcing employers to provide health care insurance for their employees till after the election.
- Health-Law mandate put off again. (Wall Street Journal)
- Obama rewrites Obamacare. (Wall Street Journal)
- Obama's new delay of employer mandate violates plain language of law. (CNS News)
President Obama was at the Monticello with the French President and told him "I can do whatever I want."
- Obama's new boast: "I can do whatever I want." (Washington Times)
- VIDEO: "I can do whatever I want." (The Weekly Standard)
We are learning more about Hillary Clinton from her "close friend" Diane Blair.
- The Hillary Papers. (Washington Free Beacon)
President Obama affair:
French media is saying that President Obama and singer Beyonce are having an affair.
- French media goes crazy over rumor that President Obama and Beyonce are having an affair. (Daily Mail)
- Beyonce & President Obama are having an affair according to French newspaper. (PerezHilton)
Nixa residents will see a 1/2 cent sales tax on their April ballot to be used for a new park.
- Sales tax increase proposed to build a new park in Nixa. (Ozarks First)
- Nixa voters will consider sales tax proposal in April. (News-Leader)
- Capital improvement tax information. (City of Nixa)
After 9/11 rules were put in place to keep anyone who may have links to terrorist groups were not allowed to enter the US. President Obama is now softening these rules.
Privatization of Services:
The Show Me Institute has put together a study showing how public sector ideas in Missouri can be privatized.
- Government privatization in Missouri: Successes, Risks, and Opportunities.(Show Me Institute)
- Show Me Institute
- Show Me Institute on Facebook
- Privatization is common but still controversial. (St. Louis Post-Dispatch)
The GOP is proposing raising the debt limit and increasing spending with cuts tied to the future.
- House GOP rolls dice on debt limit. (Politico)
- House GOP leaders tie restoring veterans' pensions to debt ceiling increase. (Breitbart)
- It takes more than a produce aisle to refresh a food desert. (NPR)
- Siting markets in "food deserts" no quick cure for obesity, study says. (LA Times)