I am so proud for Charles Randolph-Wright. My favorite play of his is still Blue.
And the free market game of Monopoly goes on.
"Additional costs incurred by the AFFORDABLE Care Act."
Freedom is slavery
War is peace
Ignorance is strength
Nice, but tried more than 5-6 so called 'get laid apps' and always back to http://getlaid.us/ since for me most (read:all) those apps just don't works...
I wouldn't rule out State Treasurer Janet Cowell as a contender either!
I'm thinking GRIND should try less neanderthal and more knight-in-shining-armor before he gives up.
While that would be unworkable from the IRS standpoint, it could be easily done by the news media during the run-up to each election. I wonder why they don't do that?
This is one lousy film. Redford gives a non-performance as some guy lost at sea. Why is he there? Who is he? Why should we care if he lives or dies? Where is he trying to go? The film is very undeveloped and amateurish... we are not told any of these things. Redford's "character" is obviously in trouble and in one scene after another, he is more deeply in trouble, but the ONLY thing we are given to focus on are the arbitrary catastrophies Redford faces, and these quickly begin to feel repetitious. I say,skip this stinker, and ignore the pretentious critics who liked it.
Great article! However, the Democratic bench is much deeper than you let on. Don’t forget North Carolina Insurance Commissioner Wayne Goodwin as "an up-and-coming Democrat" (your words), whom D.G. Martin and other pundits have included on their short list of gubernatorial prospects in 2016 and 2020.
Not only has Goodwin won two statewide elections and served in the legislature, he is a better and more inspirational speaker than many of those you mentioned. Goodwin has also developed a populist, bipartisan appeal and he has a record of saving voters billions of dollars. Goodwin is also a proven, organized candidate.
Insurance Commissioner Goodwin is also a true North Carolina native, not the case among some of the political prospects mentioned by both major political parties in the state these days. Goodwin’s personal story is one that voters can – and will – relate to. Don’t count him out.
I agree that in America, it's supposed to be that every person is innocent until proven guilty, but we find, "American1787", it's quite ironic that when it comes to blacks in this country, it's usually the other way around...guilty til proven innocent! Because I'm civilized, I agree that we should wait until all the facts are out, but explain to this young man's parents and fiancee your logic, in a country that is rooted in lacking value for black life, especially young black males. Show me where it seems to go the other way. What does his state of mind have to do with shooting an armless man 10 times when he was probably dead after Kerrick shot him 6 times and paused, then continued shooting. What was the state of mind of the armless black woman in Detroit who was in distress due to her car going into a ditch, and sought help from a nearby home and was shot in the face with a rifle...explain that! Sad state of affairs in this country. This happens too much to be a fluke. But if you're going to leave comments like such, and there was absolutely nothing wrong with your comment, show some sympathy for a mother or father who has lost their child to unnecessary violence! No matter what facts come out, remember he was unarmed at the end of the day.
Hey Archi, you've been reading my comments long enough to know I haven't voted for a Republican for president in over 20 years. When is the last time you DIDN'T vote for the Democrat? And in the Democrat primary, did you vote for someone like Kucinich or Gravel, who at least were honest, or did you vote for one of the Goldman/Raytheon puppets BHO and HRC? Yeah, thought so.
You also know I'm against a "monstrous size (sic) military" and against the NSA. Still doesn't keep you from trying to use pathetic guilt-by-association that you know is fraudulent.
I'm done with this thread - fuck any place where quoting Thomas Jefferson gets you "disliked".
In your us vs them mind, anyone who is not a Republican must be a Democrat. You are, as usual, wrong.
You are offended that you must pay taxes to help the poor. I am offended that I must pay taxes to maintain a monstrous size military, fight constant wars, and maintain huge agencies that spy on pretty much everyone.
Society is not a game of Monopoly where the game is over when one player has all the money.
Very useful information. Thank you for sharing it. Thanks 99th
Possible solution to police shootings:
After being sued for wrongful death by the family and losing, the family is awarded a certain monetary damage.
Instead of the police/sheriff department or municipality paying this bill out of the general fund, it is devided up amongst the tax payers of said municipality and they are sent a bill for their share. These people would foot the bill anyway, but I garauntee this method would get government back under control!
Now, just think what would happen if our income tax bill was itemized!
DLP, just as Republicans have Lincoln Day Dinners, the traditional Democratic feast is the Jefferson-Jackson Day Dinner.
Neither Jefferson nor Jackson provided food stamps. Indeed, Jefferson noted in his second inaugural address:
"The suppression of unnecessary offices, of useless establishments and expenses, enabled us to discontinue our internal taxes."
From later in the address: "It may be the pleasure and pride of an American to ask, what farmer, what mechanic, what laborer, ever sees a tax-gatherer of the United States?"
So your party celebrates the man who eliminated all internal taxes and boasted of the lack of tax collectors. Yet you claim those who would endorse charity over taxation are "heartless".
Had great time at Friday evening show. I did not see Moving Poets when they were in Charlotte previously but glad they came back. Wonderful dancing and I enjoyed the music selections on all three pieces. It was also quite interesting to see live painting being done during "Contact". I hope there will be another show in 2014.
Thanks for a great article.
You're all heart, Garth. Sadly, a typical Republican.
In the past, I have voted for mostly Republicans. But that was before they sold their soul to the NRA and the Christian Coalition. Enjoy your tea.
Grooms answers the question "What kind of asshole prefers taxation to charity?"
Since he's now a candidate for different office I'm sure he can live without the $150K the taxpayers are shelling out for him.
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