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Officials with a Northern California school district expelled a live-in nanny’s 9-year-old daughter after hiring a private investigator to ascertain where she lived, the Contra Costa Times reported. “The district is going about this so sloppily that it has put her and our family at risk,
The average Thanksgiving dinner racks up about 3,000 calories per person, and that's without all the snacking and "testing" that goes along with it, which is another 1,500 calories worth. So it's sort of ironic that the White House chose this week to unveil the new calorie label requirements promised under Obamacare.
The FDA rules, published Tuesday, aim to set a national standard for posting calorie information on virtually all menu items sold in chain restaurants, entertainment venues and vending machines.
When working people elect Republicans, they get screwed.
First, some data. In the recent midterm elections, a study by the Public Religion Research Institute found that white working-class voters—defined as those lacking a college degree, and whose jobs paid an hourly wage—voted for the Republican over the Democrat for Congress by a whopping margin of 61 percent to 26 percent.