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Despite fiscal cliff setback, GOP remains dogged in resistance to Obama
Wed Jan 9, 2013
Democrats want to focus spending on things that will generate jobs like infrastructure, job retraining programs, tax breaks for new businesses, etc. Republicans want to focus spending on giving the huge businesses that are already making record profits free reign to keep their profits, keep downsizi …
Conn. politician apologizes after saying Giffords should 'stay out of my towns'
Tue Jan 8, 2013
Giffords is no longer in Congress. I fail to see how her visit could be political. The only politics is to ask our elected officials to do something to prevent these massacres in the future. Who better to share her compassion with the Newtown families than someone who has physically and emotionally …
First Thoughts: Hagel -- a man without a party
Mon Jan 7, 2013
A President should be able to have anyone he wants in his cabinet as long as they are qualified. That goes for Republicans, Democrats or Independents. The cabinet members do NOT set policy...they carry it out. So regardless of a member's personal views, he or she has to follow the President's direct …
Actor Josh Brolin arrested on public intoxication charge in Santa Monica
Sat Jan 5, 2013
I'm not judging him. He obviously needs help which he will not seek...but how many of us have been arrested for public drunkenness? Not many, I'd guess. Stress in the entertainment industry? Only if you seek great wealth and fame. Otherwise, if you just want to be an actor because you love the trade …
Curiosity rover studies rocks and a 'flower' on Mars
Thu Jan 3, 2013
Historically, countries claimed the uninhabited lands their explorers discovered. Is the United States claiming Mars and other planets or moons that our unmanned (or manned in the case of the moon) spacecrafts are first to land on?
Pa. governor to file suit, says NCAA 'didn't have any business' imposing sanctions
Wed Jan 2, 2013
The PSU haters are out in force. The football program did not cheat or otherwise break the NCAA rules. The TEAM was innocent as were the coaches who were not involved. Why would they know what Sandusky was doing when they were not there? If you want to vilify someone for not reporting the abuse, vil …
Fiscal cliff deal: House OKs proposal despite GOP objections
Wed Jan 2, 2013
Calling democrats and liberals tax and spend is the same old, tired campaign rhetoric used when you have no facts. The democrats know that someone has to pay for the debt that was run up by the Iraq war and they do not want it to be the middle class and poor. They also do not want the unemployed to …
Governor says he'll sue NCAA over Sandusky sanctions against Penn State
Tue Jan 1, 2013
Don't smear the entire school for what some administrators did or did not do. Especially the football team made up of players who did nothing wrong and I doubt knew about anything being done wrong.PSU is 80,000 people: students, athletes, professors. 3 or 4 people out of 80,000 were charged with cri …
Police: Man put video cameras in women's restrooms at work, church
Tue Jan 1, 2013
Not everyone who goes to church is a Christian and Christians live according to the New Testament, which is based on love and forgiveness as taught by Christ, not the Old Testament which is a history of the Jewish people and a God of revenge and violence (according to the writers which hopefully is …
With Cantor opposed, House vote on fiscal cliff compromise remains in doubt
Tue Jan 1, 2013
McConnell didn't make this deal before because he still had hopes of defeating the President he had worked to try to make a one term President. When things reached this point, he realized that he had to make a deal or be one of those responsible for crashing the economy again. When this gets to the …
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