Monday, April 30, 2012

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Friday, April 27, 2012

Roughly 9 million Americans lost their health insurance!

Roughly 9 million Americans lost their health insurance as a result of the economic downturn, according to a new report*. In all, an estimated 52 million Americans are currently without health insurance.

The number of uninsured Americans rose by 4.3 million in 2009, mainly due to job losses.

Most Americans receive health insurance benefits through their employer, and rising unemployment left many without coverage.

It's no surprise that those with the lowest incomes are most likely to be uninsured. Over 75 percent of the uninsured are members of the working-class.

Don't miss out on valuable health care because of cost. Find health insurance today and keep yourself healthy.

Sunday, April 8, 2012

Lawmakers address county crisis questions

The future of Curry County and its current financial crisis weighed heavy on the minds of residents attending Town Hall meetings hosted Thursday  by  State Rep. Wayne Krieger and Sen. Jeff Kruse in Brookings and Gold Beach.
“What do you think about the proposed sales tax for Curry County?” asked one of 25 people at the Brookings meeting.
The Curry County Commissioners are considering putting a sales tax or property tax on the ballot later this year in an effort to raise enough money to keep the county solvent and services intact.
 Krieger was first to field the question, saying he preferred a 1 percent sales tax on most items.
“Curry County doesn’t have many options, but if you go with a sales tax, and it excludes too many items, it won’t pass,” he said. “If they stay with 1 percent on most items, then I will support it.”
He also said a sunset clause, which would place a limit on how long the sales tax is in effect, should be included to increase its chances of getting voter approval.
Kruse, along with Krieger, has been campaigning at the federal level to get an extention of federal timber payments for rural counties.
“That bill, which some call the ‘federal bailout,’ is in serious doubt right now,” Kruse said. “Even if it passes, it’s a short-term solution. And, in a best-case scenario, it’s two years off. How does Curry County survive in the meantime?”
He asked the audience: “Do you want public health, the county clerk’s office managed by the state?” 
Kruse said “Curry County is the poster child. No doubt about it.”
He believed that, with a sales tax, tourists would be paying most of it, and that may impact local businesses.
“It may be the best option out there but I haven’t come down to a decision on this yet.”
Another audience member suggested that employee benefits through PERS be cut.
Kruse said PERS is a very complicated system of compensating state employees for health andretirement benefits and is its based on contracts.
“There’s not much we can do about it,” he said. “Also, we can’t make any changes to the people who currently received PERS, just future employees.”
Another resident wanted to know if the county could file for Chapter 9 bankruptcy.
But Krieger explained that Oregon, unlike some states, such as California, does not allow cities and counties to file for bankruptcy.
When asked if he would pursue possible legislation to remedy that, Krieger said he’d have to research it more.
“In Oregon there are many shared services between the state and municipalities, and I’d have to look into how those services would be impacted if a county was to file for bankruptcy,” he said.
Kruse said if Curry County ceased to exist, the state would have two options:
•Have surrounding counties absorb Curry County services and its debt;
•Redraw the county lines and distribute the debt among counties.
“It’s going to cost the state more money to run county services from a distance; it would have to hire more people. Restructuring is a better way to go and I’m willing to look at that,” Kruse said.
“There is no easy solution,” he said, then added, “The easiest solution is to cut trees.”

Gold Beach
Krieger and Kruse left Brookings for a Town Hall meeting at Gold Beach City Hall. 
One member of the audience said that all levels of government are broken and asked what could be done.
Krieger said the Legislature has had three different task forces in the last year.
“The question is, what happens when the money goes away. We still don’t have a clear picture what will happen,” he said. “When all is said and down, what do we have?”
Krieger said Oregon’s resources are natural resources, which are not available.
“That’s why we can’t fund veterans, K-12 schools, senior citizens,” he said.
“The land use system is broken,” Krieger said.
Kruse said that Congress is working to set up an O&C Trust that would provide conservation and jobs.
“In the House, they tried to roll it into a more comprehensive piece of legislation. The chair, Doc Hastings of Washington, was not cooperative,” he said.
“Now the O&C lands are the same as the Forest Service. If you have a timber sale, anybody for any reason can sue and stop it. If we can get the trust created, if you file a suit to stop it, you would have to have a real reason to stop it. You have to have standing,” Kruse said.
“That would increase income $135 million a year, which would make everyone whole again,” he said.
But he said if that legislation got out of the House this year, it would be 2013 before the Senate would act.
“There’s a whole lot of protection there for the environment,” Krieger said.
Gold Beach resident Bill Douglas had several statements for the two.
He complained of being unable to purchase gasoline without ethanol.
“I’ve had to replace all the carburetors on small motors,” he said. He said the ethanol leaves a residue which breaks down the small motors.
He said another concern is recreational gold prospecting.
Douglas said the state, BLM and the Forest Service keep the recreational prospector from operating.
“I would hope the Legislature could help us with these issues. We’re not discharging anything in the river that isn’t already there,” he said. “Now the Forest Service says no mineral recovery from Lobster Creek up.”
Krieger said the problem is “uninformed public employees in the Federal Government. Nothing gets done that doesn’t turn into a quagmire.” 

Monday, April 2, 2012

Make Money Online :)


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So I came across Superpoints about 3 weeks ago, at first I was a bit hesitant so I invited a few friends slowly building up my Superpoints thinking it would be another let down I was so wrong, as I have tried various moneymaking schemes like this and not all of them worked out so well.

After picking up an invite to Superpoints I registered/confirmed my account, I watched a few videos for Superpoints then headed to the SuperLucky Button and was earning super points straight away on top of the bonus for validating my account.
You have to be 18+ and from The United Kingdom, USA or Canada to join Maybe available in some other country's not too sure though.

So after about 2 weeks i had earned 500 Superpoints which is $5, I then cashed out my first $5 and received payment, and went about trying to recruit more members earning another 500 points 5 days later. At this point i had around 5-6 invited friends proof below.

How you can earn SuperPoints

There are many was of earning Superpoints.

  • You can earn them by clicking the super button you get 30 clicks per day as a basic member, if you invite 2 people you then get 50 clicks per day, invite 5 people and you get 100 clicks per day winning anywhere from 1-500 points maybe more!
  • After inviting 5 people you win what your friends win on the Superlucky button no matter the amount which is such a great feature boosting your points a lot!
  • Completing offers, surveys, games, signing up for competitions/joining websites anywhere from 1-3000 points
  • By entering competitions held by Superpoints through Twitter 
  • Free points in bonus emails
  • 25 Points per referral 
  • Watching videos 1 point(instantly on most videos)
  • Playing on iPhone/Android games
  • Website reviewing
Easy way to make some money for online games membership
Minecraft/Runescape/World of Warcraft/Star wars, or anything else for that matter!

Here is my link to join

Thank you

Pro Tip

Use up all your clicks fast by opening multiple tabs.
The more the better eh?

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Sunday, April 1, 2012

High wind warning in effect!

The National Weather Service has cancelled the severe weather warning as of 5:25 p.m., replacing it with a high wind warning for wind gusts up to 45 mph possible through 8 p.m. tonight (March 31). The agency issued a severe weather warning at 3:10 p.m. as a line of thunderstorms stretching from Port Orford to Brookings threatened to bring rain and winds up to 70 mph. As of 5 p.m., a gust of 52 mph was recorded at the Pilot's weather station in downtown Brookings, while reports of winds up to 60 mph were reported in Gold Beach and Port Orford. No major accidents were reported, although some telephone lines and power lines were reported down in the Brookings area earlier today. Real-time weather reports can be found by clicking on the AccuWeather link at the top of this page.