When President Obama announced on July 2 that the employer mandate for Obamacare would be postponed for another year, he opened the door for one more Republican opportunity to repeal this destructive and costly program.
Will they seize this opportunity? No. Big Government Republicans posture, pose, and pretend to cut destructive programs and harmful laws, but almost never vote to simply end them. Read The Full Story
Renaissance Nashville Hotel, a vibrant destination in the heart of Music City, is pleased to announce the acquisition of additional meeting space at the Nashville Convention Center, which is directly connected to the hotel. The new 70,000-square-foot meeting and pre-function space is a welcomed addition to the hotel's existing 30,000-square-foot space.
This acquisition was partly possible because of the development of the 1.2 million-square-foot Music City Center, located two blocks away. With the hotel's addition of the adjacent meeting space, larger groups have one stop shopping and servicing of their function. Read The Full Story
The Obama administration for the first time responded to a Spygate lawsuit, telling a federal judge the wholesale vacuuming up of all phone-call metadata in the United States is in the “public interest,” does not breach the constitutional rights of Americans and cannot be challenged in a court of law.
Thursday’s response marks the first time the administration has officially answered one of at least four lawsuits challenging the constitutionality of a secret U.S. snooping program the Guardian newspaper disclosed last month. The administration’s filing sets the stage for what is to be a lengthy legal odyssey — one likely to outlive the Obama presidency — that will define the privacy rights of Americans for years to come. Read The Full Story