- Bob Confer
CONFER: Libya no better off — maybe worse
All of the major news outlets, and therefore most U.S. citizens, were downright giddy over the uprising — and NATO intervention — in Libya.
CONFER: Encroaching on parental rights
Once the government has its foot in the door through the federally sponsored Home Visiting Program, it will have carte blanche to manage all facets of child care.
Obamacare & parental rights
There’s this ongoing belief perpetuated by Big Media that the Affordable Care Act (Obamacare) is all about mandated health insurance.
CONFER: The myth of the jobs stork
No doubt, sometime during the Great Recession and its aftermath, inquisitive children have asked their parents, “Where do jobs come from?”
CONFER: Ethanol breaks down engines
It didn’t take long for government intervention in the energy industry to catch up with the economy.
CONFER: The feds want your health records
Most everyone is familiar with the basics of the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act, best known by its acronym, HIPPA.
CONFER: A warning about the WARN Act
Entrepreneurship has always had its basis in the understanding and handling of the unknown.
CONFER: Recognize our hometown heroes
If you haven’t driven through Holley this summer, you’ve missed quite a sight.
CONFER: Tax cuts for the middle class
In an attempt to stave off financial ruin and strengthen the economy, Washington has invested more than $2.5 trillion in the economy since 2008 in an ongoing series of bailouts that continue to this day.
CONFER: The story behind your power bill
As long as the Public Service Commission allows a pending rate change from National Grid — and there’s no reason they wouldn’t — the electric company’s customers will see significant savings come Jan. 1.
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