Response: Sees as absolutely dangerous because he is absolutely ignant! Goes to show that it is all about whatever the black President says and does they going to twist it anyway. SMDH!
The Obama administration announced some fairly important changes to military spending yesterday, which Rachel explained on the show last night. But an hour later, Fox News’ Sean Hannity interviewed former Vice President Dick Cheney on the subject, and wouldn’t you know it, Cheney isn’t pleased.
The former V.P. and former Defense Secretary said the proposed Pentagon cuts are “absolutely dangerous,” “radical,” and “just devastating.” He added, “I’ve obviously not been a strong supporter of Barack Obama, but this really is over the top. It does enormous long-term damage to our military.” (Source: Read more)
I will be a guest on FM 99.3 Spotlight On The Community this morning 8:00 AM – 9:00 AM today Tuesday February 25, 2014..
From their Website: Listen as we turn the SPOTLIGHT on our community, the Rocky Mount-Wilson area. Weekdays 7-9 am at 99.3 FM or listen LIVE online at www.jammin993.com
In preparation for the upcoming May 5 primary election, the Edgecombe and Nash county Board of Elections are looking for poll workers.
A variety of positions are available, and those interested can contact Edgecombe County Elections Director Jerry Spruell by calling 252-641-7852.
People in Nash County can go to the Board of Election’s website and fill out the online application.
“You can always use additional names,” Spruell said. (Source: Read more)
Aerospace Career Fair
Tuesday, February 25th (9:00 am – 3:00 pm)
Gateway Convention Center, 101 Gateway Blvd, Rocky Mount
Are you interested in a career in Aerospace? Our Rocky Mount facility is presently in search of qualified candidates for several full-time positions which are listed below. (Source: Read more)
NEW BERN, N.C. – For Craven County School system’s Wendy Miller, she said she always makes decisions with children in mind.
"I want to do what’s best for kids," Miller said. "But sometimes our hands are tied to do that"
The reason for that, she said, is due to her system cutting back on substitute teachers’ hours due to the Affordable Care Act.
Before the healthcare law’s passing, Miller says some substitute teachers in the state worked full-time hours but were considered temporary part-time employees.
Thus, the school system didn’t have to offer health insurance.
Under the Affordable Care Act, Miller said any employee in her system who works more than 30 hours a week must be offered health insurance by their employer.
It’s something Miller said her system can’t afford to do.
It also means not being able to use retired teachers as long-term substitutes. (Source: Read more)