Archive for August 1st, 2007

Consumer Driven Health Care

An article from the Chicago Tribune points to consumer driven health care plans in the fight against rising health care costs. Steve Troc, director of human resources at Communications Supply Corp. in Carol Stream, said moving to a consumer-driven plan with a high-deductible has made him stop to think more before heading to the doctor. […]

Men More Aggressive With Salary?

Sundays Washington Post has an interesting article on why women often get paid less than men for doing the same job. Is it sexism? Take another look. In one early study, Babcock brought 74 volunteers into a laboratory to play a word game called Boggle. The volunteers were told they would be paid anywhere from […]

The New World of the New Media

Joseph Farah of WorldNetDaily has a great column today on how the “new media” was born. I think I know the precise day “the New Media revolution” was born – and, no, it was not the date Al Gore invented the Internet. Specifically, it was Aug. 4, 1987 – 20 years ago this Saturday. And […]

Democrat Candidate Admits US Was Christian Nation

It’s an indirect acknowledgement, but an acknowledgment nevertheless, from a Democrat presidential candidate that America at least used to be a Christian nation. From CBN News, Senator Barak Obama: “Whatever we once were, we’re no longer just a Christian nation; we are also a Jewish nation, a Muslim nation, a Buddhist nation, a Hindu nation, […]