Rush Limbaugh on Amanda Berry's child and 'welfare benefits'
While an entire nation rejoices over the miraculous rescue of three captive women in Cleveland, Ohio, Rush Limbaugh has other things on his mind: Amanda Berry's 6-year-old daughter and welfare benefits.
ACLU, FFRF suing to remove Jesus portrait from Ohio middle school
The nation's foremost civil liberties and freethought groups have joined forces in a federal lawsuit that seeks to force an Ohio public school to remove a portrait of Jesus Christ from its entranceway.
HealthSpot, A Hospital-In-A-Box, Beams In Doctors To Relieve Emergency Room Overcrowding
The Affordable Care Act will flood the resource-strapped national emergency room system with 30 million more insured citizens, increasing already-long wait times to see a doctor. A new hospital-in-a-box, HealthSpot, aims to alleviate congestion with medical stations capable of treating emergency room visits for minor inflictions by beaming in idol doctors via video conference. “Emergency rooms and the urgent cares are being crushed because they’re being used for convenience,” says CIO Dave Sebenoler, who helped launch the product at the International Consumer Electronics Show. The 10-foot clinic houses a private medical room that feels like a well-lit outhouse. Inside is a scale, chair, and television dashboard, as well as locked bays on each side for medical equipment. After a medically certified assistant helps patients through a kiosk check-in, users are greeted by a friendly doctor who guides them through the use of common medical tools, such as a stethoscope. Vitals are displayed ...
A Few Jobs Come Back From China
When American Mug and Stein, a company in East Liverpool, Ohio, got the job of making coffee mugs for Starbucks, it hired eight people. It’s a small step, but a welcome one for a town that was once considered the pottery capital of the nation.