Analysis: If one were to ask the general gaming community which company they despised the most, it wouldn’t take long to learn that none are quite so vilified as Electronic Arts (EA).
In 2012, The Consumerist named EA the worst company in America, awarding them with a golden turd trophy to commemorate the occasion. However, I cannot disagree more with such a result and feel it’s wholly unjust. EA is, without a doubt, the worst gaming company in America, but the worst of all?
With summer upon us and nearly 66 percent of Americans not planning to take a vacation this year, the personal-finance website WalletHub today released its report on 2016’s Best & Worst Cities for Staycations.
To help Americans find the best staycation spots in the U.S. — and the ones worth leaving home for — WalletHub’s number crunchers compared the 150 largest cities across 28 key metrics.
Rep. Jim Bridenstine
Congressman Jim Bridenstine, who is pursuing his third and final term in Congress, recently received the endorsement of Senator Tom Coburn. Senator Coburn’s full statement:
“Jim Bridenstine is a man of his word. He faces unrelenting pressure from the political elite in Washington, yet he has never wavered in his commitment to the First District or our country. His courageous voting record is proof that he cares more about the long term health of our nation than his own political career.”
Patient in Venezuela lies in filth dying of socialism
SkyNews.com today features a compelling story of patients dying in hospital beds in Venezuela for lack of food, water and medicine.
America, under the leadership of elected Democrats, is quickly flying down the same evil path. This is Democratic Socialism.
Sky News reports: People lie in filthy hospital wards with no air conditioning and no clean water as a medical crisis sweeps the country. Senior cancer specialists at Venezuela’s top oncology hospital say half of their patients are needlessly dying because they have no access to the most basic of medicines.
Oklahoma Senator Jim Inhofe
WASHINGTON – U.S. Sen. Jim Inhofe (R-Okla.), senior member of the Senate Armed Services Committee, and Sen. Barbara Mikulski (D-Md.) today introduced amendment #4204 to the Fiscal Year 2017 National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) that would prevent the Department of Defense (DOD) from privatizing commissaries at five major installations until a study, requested in last year’s NDAA, to assess the costs and benefits of privatization is completed and properly taken into consideration by Congress.