Archive for: August 7, 2008

August 7, 2008

Feds Combating Rampant Health Care Fraud and Abuse

Filed under: Crime and Punishment - 07 Aug 2008

The Department of Justice, in cooperation with the Department of Health and Human Services, has guided the enforcement efforts of the national Health Care Fraud and Abuse Control Program (HCFAC) since its inception in 1997.

Brett Favre: Too Old for Life, Too Young to Die

Filed under: In The News - 07 Aug 2008

On October 10, Brett Lorenzo Favre will turn 39 years old. In most walks of American life, being 39 allows one the luxury of presuming to be young, even with the big 40 looming ever so ominously.

Homelessness Falls Under Bush… Where is the Media?

Filed under: Immigration - 07 Aug 2008

Have you noticed that the old media standby story of the homeless has not been pursued much in the last four or five years? Some may remember how the media constantly bemoaned the state of the homeless during the Reagan …

The Babylonian Captivity of the Christian Church

Filed under: Religion & Faith - 07 Aug 2008

From the early days of the Roman Catholic Church, when the temporal power of the Western Roman Empire collapsed in the 6th century, there has been continual tension in Christianity between the pull of political power and the essentiality of …

Firm Helps Students Prepare for Life After College

Filed under: Potpourri - 07 Aug 2008

Going beyond traditional student housing property management and helping students prepare for life—that’s the approach of The Grove, the brand of student housing properties built and operated by Campus Crest Communities, a vertically-integrated student housing company based in Charlotte, NC.

Barack Obama and Defining Anti-Americanism Downwards

Filed under: Featured Conservative,Politics In General - 07 Aug 2008

If Barack Obama sought to win the votes of Germans, he need seek no more. Of course, his new image was all the rage in the Old World long before he gave his July 24 speech in Berlin. …