Bluegrass Pundit. “8 of the 10 Worst Built Cars For 2012 in America are made by either GM or Chrysler”.
Politico. “tax and spending policies will yield $6.4 trillion in deficits over the next decade”.
Christian Post. “Former clinic director turned pro-life activist Abby Johnson is accusing Planned Parenthood of committing Medicaid fraud”.
Lonely Conservative. “Wow, who knew socialism doesn’t work?”
NewsMax. ”Why would the Obama administration cut $2 million for adoption awareness, but keep $1 million a day for Planned Parenthood?”
Human Events. Congress is investigating the nonprofit’s policies on rape and incest reporting, sex trafficking, and use of federal funds.
Jill Stanek. “…something the Obama administration has said is a deal-breaker for the nearly $40 million-per-year state-federal Medicaid program.”
ABC News. This donation “would raise the Adelson family’s contribution to $21 million.”
Conservative Daily. The claims of spending cuts are “like announcing that a household’s spending has been reduced by $50,000 over the next five years because they didn’t take out a 60-month loan on a new car.”
Jill Stanek. Planned Parenthood attempts a “gotcha” with a Catholic food pantry.
Christian Post. Tuesday, The Alliance Defense Fund reported potential fraud by Planned Parenthood.
Right Planet. “…HHS had improperly accounted for more than $794 million in 2010.”
Roll Call. Ron Paul, reimbursed by both campaign and taxpayers?
NewsMax. Media conference Tuesday morning will allege waste, abuse, and fraud by PPFA.
Caffeinated Thoughts. Romney didn’t know about it; but called for an investigation into it.
CNS News. Rep. Cliff Stearns: “One bankruptcy may be a fluke … three is a trend.”
Bluegrass Pundit. Obama’s Energy Department gave them $118.5 million stimulus grant.
MSNBC. Did not disclose offshore investments with the Office of Government Ethics.
CNS News. It is not clear how the administration would convince banks to take the losses.
BigGovernment. Since 2006, enrollment down 1000, employees up 145. Unions hold fast.
CNS News. Fitch: Italy and other euro countries could see credit ratings downgrade this month, too much debt.