Namibia has a big problem - foot and mouth disease infecting its cattle herds. Officials are confident they will push back the attack on their beef industry, and have enacted strict controls of movement of animals from one location to another within the country. On September 1, a local newspaper reported that "the foot and … Continue reading USDA wants to import Namibia beef into USA as that African nation fights foot and mouth disease epidemic in cattle herds
Month: September 2015
Gosar and Sanders share same wrong attendance conclusion
Paul Anthony Gosar plans to skip the upcoming address to Congress by Pope Francis, the religious leader of the Roman Catholic Church. Gosar, representing Arizona's 4th District in the House of Representatives, said the Pope has “adopted all of the socialist talking points, wrapped false science and ideology into ‘climate justice’ and is being presented … Continue reading Gosar and Sanders share same wrong attendance conclusion
In the moood for U.S. Prime beef, go to Europe!
Do they make the grade coming from Nicaragua or Honduras? U.S. beef has eight grades: Prime, Choice, Select, Standard, Commercial, Utility, Cutter and Canner. The total U.S. beef consumption last year was 24.1 billion pounds. The total beef production here was 24.3 billion pounds. That sounds about even to me. The amount we produce is … Continue reading In the moood for U.S. Prime beef, go to Europe!
Medicare Part B hike of 52% in 2016 is major tax increase
A 52% increase in Medicare Part B premiums is anticipated next year for about 30% of all participants. Nearly everyone older than 65 is on Medicare, so this huge change will affect 12 million or more Americans. And it's all thanks to legislative changes by our politicians, who get virtually free healthcare for life. Most … Continue reading Medicare Part B hike of 52% in 2016 is major tax increase
Iran boss says no vote on nuclear pact or it will be legal (enforceable) deal with U.S. – not just a voluntary maybe!
The Winner Is... Iran's wily President Hassan Rouhani said Saturday (August 29) that he opposes any parliamentary vote on the landmark nuclear deal reached with world powers because terms of the agreement would turn into legal obligations if passed by lawmakers. Meanwhile, President Barack Obama is in a frantic fit to convince everyone in America … Continue reading Iran boss says no vote on nuclear pact or it will be legal (enforceable) deal with U.S. – not just a voluntary maybe!