While there are laws in place to ensure that private companies disclose if someone’s personal information has been compromised, as Watchdog.org reported last month, “there is no law requiring notification when databases run by the federal government are breached, and even though the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) was asked to include a notification provision in the rules being drawn up for the new federal exchange, it declined to do so.”
The Democrats have been plagued by money problems. The campaign is spending more than it brings in (not the Democrats I know!), and they cannot seem to organize their own convention. They are almost to the point of asking Mitt Romney and Bain Capital to come in and bail out the campaign, to take a controlling interest so they can get it back on track, and to help turn around their Democratic convention like he did an equally corrupt and poorly run event, the Olympics.
On Thursday the United Nations Security Council began voting on whether to increase sanctions on Syria while adding the ‘threat’ of military intervention in response to the crisis that has taken over the country and left more than 14,000 (almost entirely civilians) dead. More than four months ago President Bashar al-Assad began a brutal crackdown […]
National Small Business Week will be celebrated from May 20 to May 26 in 2012 in America. One of the things that businesses might want to take a look at right now, and especially during National Small Business Week, is some easy-to-use advertising math that can help businesses of all kinds make a lot more […]
tsi staff In the March 24 edition of The Saturday Independent, we penned a story that revealed a pattern of misuse of Manchester City equipment and county inmates by Manchester City elected officials and police officers. It was surface scratch on a less than efficient city hall that has allowed a police department to act […]
Resident complains of nursing home’s ‘decline’ Since April of 2000, I have been a resident of Horizon Health and Rehab. I have multiple sclerosis and am now a quadriplegic as a result of the natural progression of the disease. After reading the article in the February 22 [edition of The Manchester] Times, I felt compelled […]
STEVEN JONES district 2 county commissioner It is often said that the borrower is slave to the lender. Out of control spending is not limited to just Washington, D.C. anymore. It is happening right here in our very own back yard. Elected officials need to be candid, open, and honest with those that we are elected to serve and represent. We […]