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On Politics: Midwest Republicans Fear Losing a Gerrymandered Advantage The New York Times
Republicans lost four key governorships in the Midwest. Now conservative lawmakers fear the new Democratic governors will alter their gerrymandered maps.
House Democrats’ democracy reform package: good policy and smart politics Vox
House Democrats have decided on their priority legislation for the next Congress, and it's all about improving the quality of American democracy. HR 1, the bill ...
Politics Podcast: Trump’s Turbulent Week FiveThirtyEight
The FiveThirtyEight Politics podcast crew tries to make sense of the recent turbulence in Trump world, including possible campaign finance violations and ...
Why Can’t Trump Find a Chief of Staff? Ask His Family The New York Times
In the On Politics newsletter, why it's hard to give away the most coveted job in Washington these days; plus, a look at how much money was spent on the ...
Brexit: Theresa May halts deal vote to avoid defeat, throwing British politics into chaos Vox.com
British Prime Minister Theresa May is postponing the vote on her Brexit deal, a last-minute move to avoid almost certain defeat in the UK Parliament on Tuesday.
Opposition parties in Tanzania protest new law: 'It will criminalise politics' africanews
Opposition parties in Tanzania have called upon legislators not to pass proposed amendments to a law governing political parties, saying it would criminalise ...
Capitol Insider podcast: First gay legislators provide missing voice in Kansas politics - The Garden City Telegram
Capitol Insider podcast: First gay legislators provide missing voice in Kansas politics The Garden City Telegram
Susan Ruiz was tired of being angry all the time.The newly elected Democrat from Shawnee, who defeated incumbent Republican Linda Gallagher in the 23rd ...
If Trump believes Hillary's emails were the 'biggest political scandal since Watergate,' what now? - NBC News
If Trump believes Hillary's emails were the 'biggest political scandal since Watergate,' what now? NBC News
WASHINGTON — The central argument that Donald Trump used against Hillary Clinton in the last two weeks of the 2016 campaign — the central argument that ...
The Hardest Glass Ceiling in Politics POLITICO
This was supposed to be the year of the woman. But dozens of female political operatives say they weren't invited to the party.
Theresa May must prove she can negotiate best Brexit deal, political analyst says CNBC
Anand Menon, professor of European politics and foreign affairs at King's College London, discusses what might be next for Brexit and U.K. politics.
France tells Trump to stop interfering in its politics Al Jazeera English
Donald Trump should not meddle in French affairs, its foreign minister said on Sunday, after the US president criticised France in tweets following riots in Paris.
France urges Trump not to interfere in its politics: 'Leave our nation be' | TheHill The Hill
French Foreign Minister Jean-Yves Le Drian on Sunday urged President Trump to stop interfering in France's affairs after Trump made various claims about why ...
Vote now on Round Two of the Sloopys, our Ohio politics awards cleveland.com
Voting on Round Two of Capitol Letter's political awards is now open.
Immaturity in American Politics The New York Times
Alan Wolfe discusses “The Politics of Petulance,” and Nadja Spiegelman talks about two books by Lucia Berlin.
Thai government lifts politics bans ahead of polls CityNews Vancouver
BANGKOK — Thailand's military government has lifted a ban on political activities it imposed when it seized power in a coup more than four years ago, an action ...
Books on Politics: Best of 2018 The Wall Street Journal
One of the inscrutable ironies of the last two years is that a New York real-estate mogul and reality TV star has forced so many academics and intellectuals to ...
Vote for the best Raw Moment in politics of 2018 | #RawPolitics Euronews English
Which Raw Moment in politics is your favourite? Vote for this year's best.
On Politics: A Nation Remembers President Bush The New York Times
George H.W. Bush's funeral at Washington National Cathedral drew five living presidents, family, friends and dignitaries from around the world.
Climate Change Emerging From the Political Shadows The Wall Street Journal
Twin wildfires in California and a vocal new class of Congressional Democrats are putting a new focus climate change—but that will hardly translate into new ...
Theresa May calls off MPs' vote on her Brexit deal BBC News
Prime Minister Theresa May has called off Tuesday's crucial vote on her Brexit deal so she can go back to Brussels and ask for changes to it. As it stands the ...
Winners and loser of the week in Florida politics Tampa Bay Times
Winner of the week 1: Carlos Lopez-Cantera. The lieutenant governor had the perfect response to outgoing Gov. Rick Scott's blatant and pointless snub – Scott's ...
The Note: Mueller presents new political peril for Trump ABC News
Trump's presidency faces a growing threat from probes that could expand.
'Put it back!': Labour MP grabs the mace during parliament – video The Guardian
The extraordinary moment Labour MP Lloyd Russell-Moyle picks up the mace and walks it over the line during proceedings in the House of Commons.
Palmetto Politics: The cult of Nikki Haley will grow after she leaves the UN - Charleston Post Courier
Palmetto Politics: The cult of Nikki Haley will grow after she leaves the UN Charleston Post Courier
Time off for the former S.C. governor and soon-to-be former U.N. ambassador will build even more good buzz for her next step — running for president.
Rubio: Would Be "Huge Political Mistake" To Pardon Paul Manafort RealClearPolitics
Sen. Marco Rubio disagrees with Rep. Matt Gaetz, who recently called for President Trump to pardon Paul Manafort. Rubio says this would be a "huge political ...
British politics has worst record for antisemitism in Europe, poll says The Guardian
Four out of five Jews in the UK believe antisemitism is a major problem in British politics, the worst record within the EU, and nearly a third are considering ...
As her DNA test still reverberates, Sen. Elizabeth Warren’s political operation shows fissures - The Washington Post
As her DNA test still reverberates, Sen. Elizabeth Warren’s political operation shows fissures The Washington Post
As time nears for the Massachusetts senator to decide on a presidential bid, a long-term Warren aide considers other options.
As OPEC Meets, Sizing Up Its Power and Its Politics The New York Times
OPEC's gathering in Vienna comes at a tricky time for the oil industry and consumers who depend on the world's largest source of energy.
Rohrabacher's exit closes the door on O.C.’s particular brand of hard-right politics - Los Angeles Times
Rohrabacher's exit closes the door on O.C.’s particular brand of hard-right politics Los Angeles Times
Rep. Dana Rohrabacher's defeat marks the end of a line of fierce anti-communist, often bigoted politicians who represented Orange County for decades.
The LDS Church And The Politics Of Medical Cannabis In Utah RadioWest
Monday, we're talking about what role the LDS Church played in the shaping of Utah's medical cannabis law. Some say the Church got too involved in the.
It’s time to look at the (political) science behind climate change The Washington Post
The climate-change movement must overcome its democratic deficit or fail.
On Politics: Trump Calls Trade Truce a Success, but Doubts Linger The New York Times
President Trump promised rapid benefits from his trade cease-fire with China. But there have been no concrete commitments, and deep divisions remain.
Michael Bennett’s Political Football The New Yorker
When “The Star-Spangled Banner” was played before the first game of the 2018 N.F.L. season, between the Atlanta Falcons and the Philadelphia Eagles, the ...
George H.W. Bush's Life Has Plenty Of Lessons For Today's Politics NPR
There are a lot of lessons Americans — and today's politicians — can take from the life of George H.W. Bush, the 41st president, who died Friday at 94.
Not just Ocasio-Cortez: the fixation on women politicians’ clothes Vox.com
Ever since women started holding political office, Americans have been obsessed with their clothes. Here's why that's a problem.
Ben Sasse doesn't understand politics — or Trump Washington Examiner
Sen. Ben Sasse, R-Neb., on Saturday did what he does best: put forth an inconsequential idea that might get him booked on MSNBC's "Morning Joe" again.
Politics Podcast: Something Seems Fishy In North Carolina FiveThirtyEight
The numbers of mail-in absentee ballots in North Carolina's 9th Congressional District look strange, and some voters have submitted affidavits claiming that ...
Majority of voters believe federal judges inject politics into rulings: poll | TheHill The Hill
Two-thirds of registered voters in the United States believe that federal judges' legal rulings have become increasingly tainted by political bias, according to a ...
Plutocratic politics and the age of gilded giving The Washington Post
Public policy amplifies the role the rich play in philanthropy.
Amid remembrances of political honor, reminders of today's rotten partisanship NBC News
The exact opposite of honor, dignity and respect is playing out in Wisconsin, Michigan and North Carolina — reminders of how rotten our politics have become.
Trump administration resists global climate efforts at home and overseas The Washington Post
The United States joined a controversial proposal by Saudi Arabia and Russia this weekend to weaken a reference to a key report on the severity of global ...
George H.W. Bush's Wartime Experience Shaped His Approach To Politics NPR
The World War II generation had a sense of serving the country together and also shared a belief in professionalism, one historian says. Still, Bush was not ...
Meet the lawmakers putting politics aside to save our climate | TheHill The Hill
Six members of Congress just sponsored a bill that will create jobs, improve people's health, and already has support from both sides of the aisle. Ready for the ...
France’s political crises are always played out in riots – unlike Britain’s The Guardian
It's the latest alternative 'project fear' from hard Brexiters – unrest in the event of a parliamentary impasse, says the Guardian columnist Simon Jenkins.
Foreign Office investigates reports that state-funded body targeted Corbyn The Guardian
The Foreign Office minister, Alan Duncan, has ordered an investigation into reports the government provided funding to a Scottish-based company meant to ...
Why Russian Domestic Politics Make US Sanctions Less Effective War on the Rocks
The holiday season is here and the question on everyone's mind is: What do you get the autocrat who seemingly has everything? Why, more sanctions, of.
A Fact-Checker’s Guide to Thanksgiving Politics The New York Times
With the holiday on the heels of the contentious midterm elections, it may be inevitable that your angry uncle or radical niece will turn talk to the campaigns, the ...
Meet the Bottomless Pinocchio, a new rating for a false claim repeated over and over again - The Washington Post
Meet the Bottomless Pinocchio, a new rating for a false claim repeated over and over again The Washington Post
President Trump rarely stops repeating false statements in response to fact checks, so 14 of his repeated claims make the initial list.
10 things I’ve learned in 45 years of covering North Carolina politics The News & Observer
As I wind down my stint as political columnist for The News and Observer over the next two weeks, I wanted to share 10 observations that I gleaned from ...
These Americans Are Done With Politics The New York Times
As the country catches its breath after one of the most acrimonious midterm elections in years, it would be easy to conclude that all of America is hopelessly ...
Alleged Russian agent Maria Butina poised to plead guilty in case involving suspected Kremlin attempts to influence NRA - The Washington Post
Alleged Russian agent Maria Butina poised to plead guilty in case involving suspected Kremlin attempts to influence NRA The Washington Post
Maria Butina, a Russian gun rights activist, is poised to plead guilty in a case involving accusations that she was working as an agent for the Kremlin in the ...
On Politics: The Lame-Duck Session Looms The New York Times
Lawmakers returning to Capitol Hill this week face a reckoning with the dreaded reality of a gridlocked Washington: critical, unresolved legislation.
Why George H. W. Bush Seemed Happier in Government than in Politics The New Yorker
Nicholas Lemann writes on George H. W. Bush's spotty results staying in harmony with the Republican Party as a Texas politician and, later, as President.
N.Y. Democrats Vowed to Get Big Money Out of Politics. Will Big Money Interfere? - The New York Times
N.Y. Democrats Vowed to Get Big Money Out of Politics. Will Big Money Interfere? The New York Times
The state's campaign finance laws are among the nation's weakest, and Democrats campaigned on a vow to strengthen them. But politics may intervene.
Huawei arrest: Justin Trudeau denies political motivation BBC News
Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says his government had no involvement in the arrest of a top executive from Chinese telecoms giant Huawei.
Almost £100k of public money spent on Brexit deal Facebook ads The Guardian
The UK government has spent almost £100,000 of taxpayers' money in the last week buying Facebook adverts in a bid to convince the public to support Theresa ...
Politics Isn’t Pretty. But Politicians Are. The New York Times
And now for a shallow — but honest — take on the midterms.
Joe Biden Talks Family — and a Bit of Politics — in Visit to Burlington Seven Days
For those expecting Joe Biden to deliver a political stump speech — or a taste of his future plans — during a visit to Burlington on Sunday, he failed to deliver.
What game theory tells us about politics and society MIT News
Alexander Wolitzky leans back in his office chair, pauses, and starts to describe “Cycles of Conflict: An Economic Model,” a journal article he co-authored.
'You'll never have that again': John Howard on longevity in politics The Sydney Morning Herald
Australia's second-longest serving prime minister says today's political and media environment is different but not necessarily more challenging.
Far right breakthrough in Andalucía send shockwave through Spanish politics The Guardian
The anti-immigration, anti-feminist Vox party has gained a foothold unseen since Franco's death. Voters reveal what drove them to extremes…
On Politics With Lisa Lerer: After Mississippi The New York Times
Black candidates fell short in key races; White House frenzy, and 2020 posturing.
3 Takeaways for Trump as Mueller Details Russia's 'Political Synergy' Offer Roll Call
President Donald Trump was watching television Friday evening when he reached for his phone after a subdued trip to Kansas City. Though federal court ...
Here's the political news you missed this holiday weekend CNN
Washington (CNN) For many Americans, the Thanksgiving holiday is a time to unplug from the news of the day and enjoy a home-cooked meal with family and ...
Political GIFs of the week CNN
While most of the nation's attention was focused on honoring former President George H.W. Bush this week, the gears of government slowed, but by no means ...
All-party panel set out stances in Channel 4's Brexit debate - as it happened The Guardian
Caroline Lucas, James Cleverly, Barry Gardiner and Jacob Rees-Mogg to argue their case over what should happen.
Politics this week The Economist
After an “impassioned” five-hour meeting Theresa May, Britain's prime minister, said her cabinet had approved a provisional withdrawal deal from the European ...
6 Trump officials engaged in political activity that violated Hatch Act NBC News
A government watchdog agency on Friday ruled that six Trump administration officials violated the Hatch Act after they tweeted support for Republicans or ...
How you think about raising children says a lot about your political views Vox.com
Would you rather have kids who are respectful of their elders, obedient, and well-behaved or children who are independent, curious, and self-reliant? Knowing ...
Politics Has Victims Splinter
Anyone who believes that political rhetoric is a game, or that civility is an important virtue in politics should tell it to Rosa Maria Ortega, who has been sentenced ...
George H.W. Bush, a graceful gentleman, disliked the dirty work of politics The Washington Post
If there is such thing as a divine hand guiding us, then it is likely that God made George H.W. Bush to be our president during such a critical time in American ...
Jon Meacham: George H.W. Bush and the Price of Politics The New York Times
For every compromise he made to political expedience on the campaign trail, in office he ultimately did the right thing.
Analysis: All Texas politics is national The Texas Tribune
The general election two years ago set Texas Republicans on a red-meat sprint in the 2017 legislative session. This year, the tone is quieter, and the agenda is ...
Sturgeon: Brexit vote delay is 'political cowardice' BBC News
Nicola Sturgeon calls for a confidence motion at Westminster over the "cowardice" of the Brexit vote delay.
SF Giants co-owner Charles B. Johnson: The man beyond the politics San Francisco Chronicle
At a time when complex thoughts are expressed and digested 280 characters at a time, nobody should be surprised that a man's life of nearly 86 years can be ...
Bush and Dole: A political rivalry for the ages. And then that final salute. NBC News
The scene inside the Capitol this week was arresting: 95-year-old Bob Dole, confined for years to a wheelchair, rising with assistance to offer one final standing ...
In 2018, political gravity caught up to Trump NBC News
WASHINGTON — A few hours into election night 2018, it felt like it was happening again — Donald Trump and the GOP were about to defy political gravity.
Here's What Happened at Stormy Daniels's Politics and Prose Talk Washingtonian
"You're the only person I can think of that Trump is afraid of," said Sally Quinn to Stormy Daniels at the Politics and Prose book talk.
Gavin Newsom’s kind words for Trump: He doesn’t ‘play politics’ with disasters - San Francisco Chronicle
Gavin Newsom’s kind words for Trump: He doesn’t ‘play politics’ with disasters San Francisco Chronicle
Gov.-elect Gavin Newsom lobbed a rare compliment at President Trump, saying he's grateful the president has never “played politics” with disaster declarations ...
North Haven woman claims intimidating letter sent over politics New Haven Register
NORTH HAVEN — Danielle Morfi has sought to make her voice heard in town politics, but she said some are seeking to silence her. According to Morfi, a ...
New leftwing coalition urges Labour to reject Brexit The Guardian
A leftwing, remain-supporting coalition of Momentum activists, local party chairs and Labour councillors is to create a pop-up pressure group to persuade the ...
Qatar to Leave OPEC as Politics Finally Rupture Oil Cartel Bloomberg
Qatar said it will leave OPEC next month, a rare example of the toxic politics of the Middle East rupturing a group that had held together for decades through war ...
The Copa Libertadores debacle is a story of Argentinian politics The Guardian
The decision to move the all-Argentinian South American football final to Spain after a violent incident is a sad commentary on the state of the country.
He believes talking about politics on a first date is impolite. She's a communist. - The Washington Post
He believes talking about politics on a first date is impolite. She's a communist. The Washington Post
Date Lab| They couldn't avoid the elephant in the room when the dinner was on the day of the Ford-Kavanaugh hearings.
John Podesta Is Ready to Talk About Pizzagate Rolling Stone
The former Clinton campaign chairman is among the victims still recovering from a vile conspiracy theory that ended in gunfire. andy kroll. By. Andy Kroll.
The politics of pre-existing conditions The Week Magazine
ObamaCare's most popular provision has become the new third rail of American politics. Here's everything you need to know: What are pre-existing conditions?
Britain's youth will never forgive us for Brexit, says Lord Heseltine The Guardian
Former deputy prime minister Lord Heseltine will warn politicians that Britain's youth will “never forgive us” unless they are offered the chance to reverse Brexit.
The politics of Washington hits Lordstown, creating a divide among autoworkers cleveland.com
General Motors' idling of the Lordstown assembly plant brought more than painful emotions and frustration. It also highlighted a growing political schism among ...
George H.W. Bush’s “Willie Horton” ad defined dog-whistle politics Vox.com
How "Willie Horton" went from shorthand for black depravity to shorthand for a certain brand of political racism.
A Short History of Political Red Faces Over Workers Without Green Cards The New York Times
Donald Trump, Mitt Romney, Meg Whitman, Pete Wilson, and Dianne Feinstein are just a few of the public officials who have been forced to acknowledge that ...
Brexit: May rules out revoking article 50 after ECJ ruling The Guardian
Theresa May has ruled out abandoning Brexit after the European court ruled that the UK could stop the article 50 process without seeking EU approval.
Here’s what you need to know about Sri Lanka’s escalating political crisis Vox.com
Two prime ministers are claiming power in Sri Lanka in a bizarre political struggle that has flung the country's democracy into crisis. Violence erupted Friday in ...
ESPN analyst: Politics kept UGA out of college football playoff Atlanta Journal Constitution
ESPN College GameDay analyst Kirk Herbstreit went on an epic rant on Tuesday making a strong case that the Georgia Bulldogs should have been included in ...
Pound falls to lowest in almost two years amid Brexit uncertainty The Guardian
The pound has dropped to its lowest level for almost two years amid the growing risks to the British economy from political paralysis over Brexit and on a no-deal ...
A Kinder, Gentler Nation? Maybe for a Few Days The New York Times
The death of George Bush has quieted a raucous political system as it honors him for a civility it no longer possesses. But history shows that's unlikely to last.
House Democrats to unveil political reform legislation as ‘H.R. 1’ The Washington Post
House Democratic leaders on Friday unveiled the outline of a broad political overhaul bill that will include provisions for public financing of elections, voting ...
Political partisanship is vicious. That’s because political parties are too weak. Washington Post
There's a paradox at the heart of American politics: Political polarization has rarely been more extreme. More than half of registered Democrats and Republicans ...
Emergency Politics Podcast: Cohen Is Now Cooperating With Mueller FiveThirtyEight
In their second Mueller-related podcast of the day(!), the FiveThirtyEight Politics podcast team reacts to news that President Trump's former lawyer, Michael Co…
From the Adamses to the Clintons: The most influential US political families in history, ranked - Business Insider
From the Adamses to the Clintons: The most influential US political families in history, ranked Business Insider
We picked out today's most impressive American dynasties and ranked them, considering historical legacy, current influence, and estimated wealth.
In New Hampshire, a political fixture is on the ropes — and Trump is a big reason why NBC News
WASHINGTON — New Hampshire Secretary of State Bill Gardner, the stalwart protector of the state's first in the nation primary status, has for decades welcomed ...
Transporting Troops in the Future
Currently when we transport troops we use large cargo planes or put all the troops onto airliners or charter large Boeing Jet Airliners to send them near the battlespace, but in the future we will be able to put them to sleep, pack them into small honeycomb spaces and transport 1000 or more troops in cargo container type modules. Sounds inhumane? It isn't, let me explain why.
Globalism and a Conspiracy
The globalist's are the new breed, the new generation if that is what I can call it. The new internationalist might be better.
Tax Attorney in Oregon or Washington; Does Your Small Business Have One?
Tax Evasion has been used to criminalize many, Nixon did use the IRS to attack political opponents and to discredit them. Well here is one politician who is attacking the LOCAL small businesses who supposedly are evading taxes? Are they? Or is the miss management of the city coming to light and the politicians are looking for a scapegoat?http://www.
Homeless, Trash, Drugs and Transient Issues
In Police Magazine I read a great article about transient problems and how they were solved for the betterment of all in Ft Collins, Colorado. This program was called (COP) Community Oriented Policing.
The Worlds Eldest Democracy Was A Truly Romantic Affair
Visible remnants of the world's eldest democracy can be seen in a town in the Carantania region in what is now Austria, where during the early Middle Ages, the tribal society of a Slav people managed to live for over 100 years without being invaded and out of sheer happiness invented a democratic system. They did not call it a democracy but the word invented later was taken directly from their example.
Monsanto Terminator Seeds
How do you feel about Terminator Seeds from Monsanto? I have determined that I am in favor of Terminator Seeds, having seen the complaints against it and the evidence for it. Also to curb the problem of GM seeds over taking the Natural Wild Seeds of rice, wheat, etc.
Recently in Professional Builder a cover article discussed how the industry was concerned about the anti-dumping tariffs of Canadian Lumber. I understand how they fill from a cost stand point, however let us discuss the hardships that Canadians have placed on trucking companies going into Canada with US goods.
Why Dont We Listen To Entrepreneurs?
I just got done reading a series of articles dating from December 2000 to September 2001 (pre-9-11) regarding Larry Ellison's bush to get the government to link all it's databases. Now everyone agrees, but now we are post 9-11.
Eurovision Song Contest - Kiss My Butt Neighbours
Tonight I resigned myself to the fact that this is the last Eurovision Song Contest I shall ever watch. In fairness the only reason I did watch it was due to media reports mentioning that steps had been taken to try and mitigate the blatant vote rigging that takes place each time the contest is aired.
Mental Masturbation of FTC Franchise Rule Report
Please read through this quick thought and discussion as if a conversation where one party has been taken out and we are left with a monologue as the other debater is missing. Assume that debater is the compilation of arguments presented and only existing in the 432 page, 10-year late report of the Federal Trade Commission' Franchise Rule, for it does not exist in reality or in any way lend itself to any sort of modern day economic theory of free markets, free men, the rights of men and created corporate entities to free contract.
The Power of Media: Russian Perspective
Journalism, as it is often said, is the 'fourth branch of power', along with legislative, executive and judiciary, not any less mighty than those three, even if not legally endorsed in the Russian constitution. It is the power of symbolism, and it cannot be escaped, but can only "used" to bring truth, or "abused" to bring propaganda.
Thinking on Energy
Regarding the de-regulation of energy, this is not such a bad idea really; even the commoditizing of energy is not such a bad idea. This can be done correctly and can assist businesses in judging costs and allow entrepreneurs to understand their costs and turn variable costs into fixed costs meaning more investment in R and D, co-generation, and larger capital expenditures for manufacturing, knowing things will be okay.
A Deal Made With Ireland
SYNOD OF DRUM CEATT (494 - 5):It is interesting to observe that the dominant cleric of the Catholic Church at this Synod was Columcille who we know as St. Columba.
The Protocols of Sion #1
There is a lot of debate about who made the Protocols. They lay out a plan for world domination and are attributed to the Sionists and therefore Rothschilds who founded the Illuminati.
Lawyers and Franchising
It is amazing how the Federal Trade Commission has destroyed franchising, by selling the industry out to lawyers. We need to have accountability for the regulators and we can start by firing the head of the Franchising Group at the Federal Trade Commission and anyone who has worked in that department in the last 6-10 years.
Mexican Trucks in the United States; NAFTA Trade and Problems
Expected new applications for Mexican trucks to enter the US to be over 9000 in 2005. Most of these newer applications will be to take freight to Port Los Angeles for shipping to Asian markets, and importing parts to be assembled and shipped to Mexico and later sold in the US.
Netanyahu: Too Late For A Fight-back?
The resignation from cabinet yesterday, Sunday, by the Israeli minister of Finance is a good signal by the extreme right-wing, within the ruling Likud Party to the world that a group exists that would not go to sleep, much less on the same bed with terrorism.I am of the contrary view that if we have to sleep on the same bed, and not necesarilly with the witch called terrorism in order to morally strangulate it, we must get done with the ugly task quick.
All Extremists Go To Heaven... Dont They
Heaven, Hell, or some sort of Purgatory.I cannot seem to make it to either of the extreme political sides and being a moderate definitely leaves me at least in purgatory if not a perpetual limbo.
When Will the World Wake Up?
How can any human being today, anywhere in this world, not be fearful and angry? We have turned into a society where hate is a primary emotion. People are killing people, nations are destroying nations; it's a never ending battle of might over right.
PA Congressional Pay Hike Raises Eyebrows
While many Pennsylvanians are struggling to figure out how they can pay their real estate taxes before the end-of-the-year deadline, the PA congress not only votes an extra $11,403 onto their base pay, but those on committee chairs receive an additional $4,050. Speaking in terms of percentage, the pay hikes ranged from 16% - 34%, while most of their constituents are lucky to see a 3% raise.
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