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Is there a good reason why the media won’t report on how Ford saved itself, without a government bailout?
Welcome to our strange world. In the 1960s, cars were huge and people were not. Now, people are huge and many of the cars have gotten smaller.
Congress has made such a mess of this country over the years that it has to work full time to do nothing.
President Obama’s use of the visit of the British prime minister as a backdrop to campaign for re-election was obvious, from taking in a basketball game together in a key swing state to honoring mega-donors with invitations to the official state dinner. Shameless.
We don’t need another president who thinks he has a never-ending source of money. Vote for a person who is coping with a shoestring budget, because that’s the experience we need.
Most people are hunkering down, trying to reduce expenses and driving less. However, government keeps going along as if nothing has changed. Its employees enjoy above-average wages, benefits and pensions. Government marches to a different drummer than the rest of us.
To the zealous supporters of going to war with Iran as a favor to Israel and the military-industrial complex: Please provide us the names of your children and grandchildren who will enlist for the front lines. That’s what I thought.
Bain Capital owns Clear Channel, which carries the Rush Limbaugh show. Could this be why Mitt Romney wouldn’t condemn Limbaugh?
Contraception is a sin. I have been unwavering in that belief ever since my vasectomy.
Maybe if U.S. women put a moratorium on sex, for six months or so, we could get some men on our side to understand the importance of access to contraception for women and men. No birth control access? No sex access.
Segments of our society, including sports personalities and politicians, have come to believe they can say anything and take back inappropriate remarks with an apology. Taking responsibility for personal choices, whether it be actions or words, is the mark of a mature adult.
When quizzed about the Korean War, only 22 percent of 12th-graders had a clue. When asked about our 1787 Constitutional Convention, just 59 percent of eighth-graders had any answers. We have dumped billions of dollars into public schools to no avail.