When they're not giving tax cuts to the super wealthy, Republicans spend their time denying help to those in need. Their latest 'fuck you' is a smothering layer of red tape for Americans who rely on food stamps. Recipients already have to work, or train for work, and they must prove their compliance twice a year. As the Post's Catherine Rampell explains, Republicans now want them to "prove and re-prove their eligibility every month. Miss a single month, and... they could be locked out of the system for an entire year."

As a result, "If a restaurant cuts a single mom's hours one week because business is slow, or she has to miss a few days because her child care fell through, she could lose food assistance for an entire year."

nthClock

Desktop alarm clock — Free, open source — Windows — Delphi

nthClock is a free, open source desktop alarm clock I created many years ago:

The design is now outdated, and modern Windows versions are not supported, but I no longer work with Delphi, so there will be no further development.

Features

  • Configurable alarms with snooze
  • '12 hour', '24 hour', and 'percent' time formats
  • Complete documentation
  • Open source
  • Free

The current and last version is 3.0.0, which includes snooze alarms and numerous usability improvements. See the nthClock release notes for a list of changes.

nthClock is compatible with Windows XP, 2000, Me, 98, and 95 only.

Installation

To install nthClock, download the nthClock 3.0.0 install program (3.8 MB), unzip it, double-click 'Setup.exe', and follow the instructions. Be sure to check 'Yes, Launch the program file' when the 'Setup Complete' form is displayed.

Distribution

nthClock has copyright ©2001 Jeremy Kelly. Its use and distribution are subject to the terms of the GNU General Public License.

The application was developed with Delphi 5. The nthClock 3.0.0 source files (60 KB) are not needed to use the program.

Questions may be directed to support@anthemion.org.