An image.
Login | Subscribe
Tuesday, July 17, 2018
An image.
An image.
What To Do When The 'Lice Letter' Comes Home
Antibiotics And Your Dentist—CDC Urges You To Be Antibiotics Aware
What To Do When Life Makes You A Caregiver For Someone You Love
Is Your Sunscreen Harming The Reefs and Your Health?
Long Term Care Benefits: Secure Your Future, Protect Your Retirement
Five Senior Health Myths
Parents Hold The Key To Reducing Underage Drinking
Protect Your Health By Protecting Your Retirement Savings
Ending The Tragedy Of 'Family Fire'
Top Five Toy Safety Tips
Thirty Years Later—Laser Vision Correction Remains A Good Option For Many
Three Cool Ideas For A Better Night's Rest
New Transplants Are Changing Lives
How To Stop A 'Silent Killer'
Is LASIK Safe? Plus, Answers To Six More Questions About LASIK
Don't Let Nausea Spoil Your Life
Connecting Caregivers To Local Resources And Support
When It Comes To Stroke, It's OK To Overreact
A Great Way To Tap Into A Hot Job Sector
Reducing On-The-Job Stress Improves The Classroom Experience
Grant Awarded For Novel Community Health Solutions
Make Vision A Focus
Everyone With ALS Counts
Nurses Now Do More Than Ever
When It Comes To Making Resolutions, June Is The New January
Sun Smart Schools: Teaching Students Sun Safety In Nevada
The ABCs Of IBD Treatments
Increasing IBD Patient Participation In Clinical Trials
America Can Put Martin Luther King's Philosophy Of Love Into Practice Today
How Your Next Dental Visit Could Save Your Life
A Heart Disease Risk Even Your Doctor May Not Know About
What's This Bump On My Foot?
How Americans In 'Food Deserts' Or 'Food Swamps' Can Still Fight Off Obesity
What You Need To Know About Dental Implants
Unique Mushroom Extract AHCC® Shows Promise For Lyme Disease
Keep The Spring In Your Step: Good Reasons To Exercise After Age 50
Out With The Old, In With The Old-Inspired: Retro-Feeling Essentials Make At-Home Fitness Fun Again
How Accident Victims Can Find Justice
A Honey Of A Solution To Rough, Dry Skin
Know Your Risk Of Heart Disease
Understanding Crohn's Disease And Ulcerative Colitis
Reuniting Long-Lost Loved Ones
What You Should Know About Heart Valve Disease
Healthy Living And Macular Degeneration: Tips To Protect Your Vision
Atrial Fibrillation: When The Heart Skips A Beat
My Vision Is Blurry, But Eyeglasses Don't Help
How To C.A.R.E. About Being Your Best
Five Reasons Your Hearing Aids Should Connect To Your Smartphone
Why—And How—To 'Heart' Your Kidneys, Every Day
It's Flu Season: CDC Reminds Public That Antibiotics Do Not Treat Flu
How To Help Sick Friends And Family Near And Far
Protecting Your Privacy
How To Help Sick Friends And Family Near And Far
Mind-Body Workshops Help Military Heroes Heal
Two Pilot Clinical Studies Show Promising Results: AHCC Mushroom Extract May Eradicate Recurrent HPV Infections in Women
Living Well With Dementia In The Community
How Older Adults Can Combat Loneliness And Social Isolation Through Exercise
Keep Your Brain Fit
How To Look Out For Your Lips This Winter
Five Tips To Help Minnesotans Quit Smoking
Live Life Well: Keeping Your Resolutions In 2018
Give The Gift Of Sight This Holiday Season
Use Your Brain To Tackle Tinnitus
Finding Help With Expensive Medications
Get Help Taking Your Medicine
Medical Device Professional Living With Diabetes Now Uses The Insulin Pump He Helped Get Approved In The U.S.
Reducing Your Risk Of Heart Attack
Tips For A Stress-Free Holiday Season
The Truth About Alcohol During The Holidays: How To Eat, Drink And Be Merry (Responsibly)
Four Big Reasons For Little Kids To See An Orthodontist
Tackling Depression Can Lead To A Happier New Year
Tips For Coping With Depression While Traveling
New Survey Finds Teen Acne Can Take The 'Self' Out Of Selfie
Top Five Tips To Stay Fit This Holiday Season
How To Deal With DOMS
Tips To Help You Get Ahead Of Sepsis
Bring Your Exercise Routine In From The Cold
Five Reasons To Get Your Hearing Tested Today
National Survey Reveals Most Americans Are Unaware Of Key Cancer Risk Factors
Older People Improve Life For Others And Themselves
Combating The Opioid Epidemic In Appalachia
Managing A COPD Diagnosis—Tips For Living Well
New Guide-lines Mean More Americans Have High Blood Pressure—You Could Be One Of Them
Antibiotics Aren't Always The Answer CDC Urges Public To Be Antibiotics Aware
What You Should Know About Vaccines
Have A Deliciously Healthy Holiday Season
Surprising Perks Of Your Medicare Plan
Common Small Business Health Insurance Misconceptions
It's All In The Stars: Rating System For Medicare Plans Explained
Healthy Holiday Eating Is Easier Than You Think
A Closer Look At LASIK Success Rates
Fortify Against The Flu At Work With Feng Shui
Your Money And Your Health: When It Comes To Probiotics, Less Is More
Shock Chlorination Of Water Wells: What You Need To Know
Three Easy Ways To Improve Your Life
Five Helpful Tips For Staying Fit And Fantastic After Age 50
Understanding IPF—A Rare Lung Disease
Majority Of First Responders Have Experienced Symptoms Related To Mental Health, Need Support To Receive Care, According To New Survey
Help For People With Problem Perspiration
Medicare Open Enrollment Means More To Boomers Than Ever
Get Back On Your Feet—Tips For Running At Any Age
What Wise Wisconsinites Will Eat For Better Smiles
Keep Kids Fit
Vital Advice For Hearing Aid Wearers
Give The Gift Of Music For The Present Of A Lifetime
NHLBI: Exploring Research Directions In Hope Of A Widely Available Cure For Sickle Cell Disease
Clearing Away The Clouds Of Turbidity
Progress Against Cancer
Womanhood Is Not Defined By A Uterus: Debunking Myths About Hysterectomy
Myths And Facts: Clearing Up A Few Misconceptions About Eye Exams
Don't Risk Life And Limb: Know The Signs Of Peripheral Artery Disease
Five Myths And Facts About Cholesterol
Tips On Choosing A Lice Treatment For Back-To-School
Laser Vision Correction For Life's Major Milestones
Our Journey To Conquer Cancer Needs More Fuel
Pregnancy Planning—An App For That
Five Fun Ways To Welcome The Tooth Fairy
Crispy Fruit Snacks In The Lunchbox Get An A+
Cherish Your Hearing For Life
Spread The Word, Not The Flu
Four Ways To Show Your School Spirit
Screen To Keep Spine Trouble From Getting Worse
When Veterans' Caregivers Are Left Behind
A Guide For Health Care And Insurance Usage: Four Factors That Inform Americans' Health Care Decisions
SilverSneakers Celebrates 25 Years of Health and Happiness
Six Amazing Secrets Behind Your Smile
Learning To Trust Your Gut: Not As Simple As It Sounds
Scientists Discover A Better Way To Clean Teeth
Prioritize Your Child's Eyesight This School Year
Saved By The Scan
Prostate Cancer Facts And Figures That May Save Your Life
Building Healthy Communities
How To Use Nutrition To Make It Through Menopause
Nurse And Mother Of Two Takes New Approach To Finally Lose The Weight
Dieting For Dollars
How To Sleep Better When You Travel
Two Keys To Protecting Water Wells From Contamination
An image.
  • McCain: 'Low point of American presidency'
    “Today’s press conference in Helsinki was one of the most disgraceful performances by an American president in memory. The damage inflicted by President Trump’s naiveté, egotism, false equivalence, and sympathy for autocrats is difficult to calculate. But it is clear that the summit in Helsinki was a tragic mistake. President Trump proved not only unable, but unwilling to stand up to Putin. He and Putin seemed to be speaking from the same script as the president made a conscious choice to defend a tyrant against the fair questions of a free press, and to grant Putin an uncontested platform to spew propaganda and lies to the world. It is tempting to describe the press conference as a pathetic rout – as an illustration of the perils of under-preparation and inexperience. But these were not the errant tweets of a novice politician. These were the deliberate choices of a president who seems determined to realize his delusions of a warm relationship with Putin’s regime without any regard for the true nature of his rule, his violent disregard for the sovereignty of his neighbors, his complicity in the slaughter of the Syrian people, his violation of international treaties, and his assault on democratic institutions throughout the world. Coming close on the heels of President Trump’s bombastic and erratic conduct towards our closest friends and allies in Brussels and Britain, today’s press conference marks a recent low point in the history of the American Presidency. - U.S. Sen. John McCain, the 2008 Republican presidential nominee, reacting to President Trump’s summit with Russian President Putin. 
An image.
  • Trump defies Coats, disgraces himself and our nation

    President Trump disgraced himself and the U.S. when he stood next to Russian President Putin, signaling his belief in the strongman over his intelligence leaders such as Dan Coats, who just last Friday warned that Russian assaults of U.S. institutions were ongoing. 

    National Intelligence Director Coats, in a statement following the Helsinki news conference, said, “We have been clear in our assessments of Russian meddling in the 2016 election and their ongoing, pervasive efforts to undermine our democracy, and we will continue to provide unvarnished and objective intelligence in support of our national security.” President Trump referenced Coats’ warning, but insisted Putin was “extremely strong in his denial” and said, "I don't see any reason why it would be." What we don’t know is what Trump and Putin discussed when they met alone for two hours (except for translators).

    The biggest fear is that patriots like Coats might resign, leaving this president to his own unpredictable and destructive devices that were on full display throughout the week when he blasted NATO allies, embarrassed British Prime Minister Theresa May, and called the European Union a “foe.” This is a crisis of unprecedented proportions. 

    Hoosier Republicans, more than those across the nation, need to stand up and declare for the ideals long espoused by statesmen like Dan Coats and Richard Lugar, as U.S. Sen. Todd Young did this afternoon, when he said the U.S. “must deter additional aggression by Putin.” There is reluctance to do this because of Vice President Pence’s station in the Trump administration (Pence has lunch with Trump Tuesday at the White House), but we make the case that for that very reason, their voices must be heard and will carry extra weight.
    - Brian A. Howey, publisher

An image.
HPI Video Feed
An image.
An image.

The HPI Breaking News App
is now available for iOS & Android!

An image.
Home | Login | Subscribe | About | Contact
© 2018 Howey Politics, All Rights Reserved • Software © 1998 - 2018 1up!