What constitutes a “correct” vote has nothing to do with voting for an objectively superior candidate; instead, casting a “correct” vote means, for purposes of this research, voting for the candidate whose positions are most closely aligned with those of the voter.
This November, Indiana will either re-elect Gov. Mike Pence or replace him with Democrat John Gregg. If The Donald’s candidacy is causing heartburn for many long-term Republicans, the prospect of four more years of Pence is experienced as equally unnerving.
According to the very apologetic caseworker, insurers deny approximately 50 percent of requested moves to acute rehab. There doesn’t seem to be a pattern for these refusals, which are issued without seeing the patients or consulting with their doctors.
I always look forward to IBJ’s “[email protected]” email. It’s unfailingly clever and occasionally snarky, and there is usually at least one item I wouldn’t otherwise see. One of those items was a Pro Publica investigation of the Red Cross—more specifically, the experience of that venerable charitable organization with management practices appropriated from (and appropriate to) […]