NetRight Daily: ACORN, Health Care and More!

Say No to Robert Groves and ACORN Corruption!: Barack Obama -- the former attorney for the corrupt Association of Community Organization and Reform Now (ACORN) -- has now nominated for Census Bureau czar a man who (perhaps not surprisingly) refuses to rule out paying ACORN lieutenants tens of millions of tax dollars to, of all things, count the number of Americans who should receive federally funded hand-outs and be allowed to vote.


Moving Forward With medical Technology: Rep. Erik Paulsen writes, "Minnesota ranks fourth in the nation in the number of jobs provided through the medical technology industry, with over 18,000. These are high-paying jobs that strengthen the economy in the Third District and the state as a whole. Moreover, the innovation and research performed by these companies often lead to new, better and sometimes life-saving health care technologies for those in need."


The Myth of A "Bipartisan" Health Care Compromise?: This week, as Congress reconvenes, the pressure from the White House is building to put the final touches on health care reform. While news outlets describe the Congressional debates as "wrestling" and emphasize the inevitable "compromises" that will be reached, any opposing opinion is being ignored.


Affirmative Action for Felons: Time and time again the District of Columbia's council member Marion Berry has tried to pass a bill that is called "Human Rights for Ex-Offenders Amendment Act." And this year is no different.


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