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What's the Most Affordable Vehicle to Insure?
Tue Mar 17, 2015
In reply to:MWP38506 #2.1 People still drive without insurance. You have to carry uninsured motorist on your insurance. I was rear ended last October by someone without insurance. My car was totaled, and I had to file a claim under my uninsured motorist insurance. A state can pass whatever laws …
House Moves Forward on Keystone XL Pipeline
Fri Nov 14, 2014
I hope that the property owners in the United States are taking notice of this. Congress is granting the right of eminent domain to a foreign, for profit company. This will force property owners to sell, or grant right of way to this Canadian pipe line company regardless if they want to or not. Thes …
Battle Over Ebola Travel Ban: Health Officials Call It a Big Mistake
Sun Oct 19, 2014
Isn't congress responsible for passing laws in the US? If they feel that restricted travel is needed, then pass a law restricting travel. If Obama vetoes it, and we have an epidemic, then he may be at fault. Has it gotten so bad in Washington, that congress has forgotten how to do their job? …
Ebola Is a Midterm Issue, and It's Not Helping Democrats
Thu Oct 16, 2014
Since when are health issues the responsibility of the federal government? Hospitals and doctors are under the control of state and local health agencies. The CDC does not, and cannot, control hospitals or doctors in the US. It is up to the individual states to determine what actions to take. Eviden …
Paul, Cruz Jockey for Backing from Christian Voters
Sat Sep 27, 2014
The biggest problem for the republicans is going to be the younger voters. They want government and religion out of their private lives. They feel, just because Cruz and Paul feel a certain way, because of their religion, they have no right to force their beliefs upon them.
Republicans Sound the Alarm Over - of All Things - Money
Thu Sep 25, 2014
I do believe that the republican party was warned about this. Many of their big contributors were against the shutdown of the federal government, including the Koch brothers. They lobbied congress not to do it, but the tea party had other ideas. If you stab the people in the back, who contribute to …
'Tax Inversions': Treasury Cracks Down on Companies Moving Overseas
Mon Sep 22, 2014
In reply to: PWD-725320 #30 Lowering taxes in the US will not make any difference. It's always going to be lower in some other country. In 1952, taxes paid by business'accounted for approximately 33 percent of all revenues collected by the IRS. In 2014, it was less then 9 percent.
Adrian Peterson Case: Some Parents Say Spankings Improved Them
Fri Sep 19, 2014
In reply to: Wayne Lester #15 I recall reading about returning military veterans, and police officers being more violent prone towards their spouse and children also. After all, it is their job to be violent at times, and they were trained to be that way. Should we now boycott all military vete …
Where High School Grads Can Find the Best Jobs
Fri Sep 5, 2014
I find it a little disturbing that not one manufacturer is on the list.
What the Midterm Election Is Really About: Fear
Thu Aug 28, 2014
I do believe that the American people are beginning to realize that regardless who gets elected, nothing is going to change. Congress no longer works for the American people. They work for people with the money.
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