And some lived happily ever after.
Less work works for me
“…it is considered irresponsible to spread baseless, potentially damaging rumors about public figures.”
The change may apply to as few as five people.
But it sounds like you really have to smoke *a lot*
“No, I don’t share those concerns.”
Like training for real life
Thanks for the tip
Let’s hope not
It’s not just “security theater” but it will never be perfect
He’s going to Russia “looking for a campaign manager.”
“the terror group views the attacker as having been ***inspired*** by their propaganda, rather than someone they trained in person.”
Depends what sort of health care you’re talking about
Success and failures.
No one wanted to see what was there to see
“Change is coming and it will come fast.”
“This is not about being politically correct.”
Plus: What did Michigan State know about Nassar — and when?
Unprofessional and out of bounds
Same old playbook.
Where is the real insanity here?
Killing a church too.
Trump: “This is a mental health problem.”
From carnival hucksters to shrieking hysterics.
The doctor is in… the editorial office.
Is there a doctor in the house? Actually… no.
Opening the door to all sorts of mischief
Still unexplained …
Good to know the new rules.
“I would recommend to doctors for professional reasons to be very cautious deciding you’re going to start analyzing people.”
Because it’s not about actually helping people
More like a Lawyer Full Employment Act?
Good on concealed carry, bad on mandatory minimums
Somebody call Child Protective Services
This is not humor, lady
On the loose
New York “scouring” medical records?
What could possibly go wrong?
“…smugglers caught on, U.S. officials said.”
“He’s my guy, he’s my friend.”