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Military Lending Act 'Loopholes' Are Costing Troops Money
Fri Jan 9, 2015
I find the irony here as a symptom of the monumental hypocrisy of the GOP. For a group that loudly proclaims the moral high ground and deep belief in God, they have conveniently forgotten the biblical injunction against usury. That it also damages the very people who are expected to protect us is fu …
Private Pension Funds Lose Funding Ground
Thu Jan 8, 2015
Yet another example of the GOP effort to eliminate old-age pensions by increments. They started by limiting the amount that solvent funds could have in reserve, and then after the 2008 market crash these same funds no longer had their 'rainy day' money and instantly became insolvent. Note that this …
The GOP Bill to Define the 40-Hour Work Week Explained
Thu Jan 8, 2015
In reply to:1776_USA_2016 #1.1 Unfortunately, you're wrong about the 'people' being wise... just look at the last election results. If you have enough brain cells to rub together, yes, it's another deception (and not even a new one).
Sony Is Streaming 'The Interview' Online
Wed Dec 24, 2014
Is it just me, or is this a perfect reason for a sequel to 'Team America: World Police'? They should balloon drop that movie into North Korea.. LOL
Confederate-Flag License Plates Get Supreme Court Scrutiny
Fri Dec 5, 2014
A 150 years after the fact, and they still can't get over that they lost. As was pointed out above, the 'civil' war was about slavery and all the blather about 'states rights' is simply an attempt to disguise that.
There Are More Payday Lenders in U.S. Than McDonald's
Mon Nov 24, 2014
Maybe if these people made enough money to live on, they wouldn't need to 'avail' themselves of these thieves. Rather than fix the structural problems in our economy, we're offered band aids like this, with pious statements about how this 'helps' the economically disadvantaged while stealing yet mor …
Diane Rehm: My Husband's Slow, Deliberate Death Was Unnecessary
Tue Jul 8, 2014
Parkinsons is a terrible, terrible disease. In a way, her husband was lucky because he was still able to make a decision; add dementia or alzheimer's to the mix and the family is left to make the decision if it's possible but even in these cases their choices are very limited. My mother died of Park …
Steroid Shots for Back Condition May Be Useless
Wed Jul 2, 2014
The shots were a waste of time for me; as soon as the lidocaine wore off, the pain was back. If you have stenosis, have the surgery; that's the only sure fix....
High Times: The Next Five States to Tackle Pot Laws
Sun Jun 1, 2014
Oh sure, put pot under the control of big pharma and the medical community... The only issue here is they're seeing a potential money pot (pun intended) slipping through their fingers and sales of prescription poisons like oxycotin and vicoden will no doubt plummet further damaging their cash …
Food Feud: More Cities Block Meal-Sharing for Homeless
Tue May 27, 2014
I guess that Christian charity isn't in vogue in the bible belt... imagine that. Of course, extending charity this way makes the homeless visible. And being visible is damaging to those smug self-righteous types who would be happier if they stayed on their 'side of the tracks' where any gu …
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