We read something in the paper or on the computer or hear it on the news and we stand in judgment of that person without considering what it does to them or their families.
Rep. Paul Ryan has taken the lead and seems to be acting for the people (i.e. work to compromise), but we have to wait and see.
The ACLU and atheists continue to attack and eat away at our religious freedom and the faith of our Founding Fathers.
The agreement retains fiscal discipline by preserving 92 percent of the sequester cuts, even though Democrats wanted none of them.
The sampling plan is at fault. It removed a site from sampling that has asbestos grunerite in plain view.
With the federal government pouring millions into these standards and trying to implement it at any cost, one would suspect that there is an agenda behind it.
Health insurance plans haven’t always adapted to cover access to new treatment.
Many people don’t know that by not cleaning off their walks, they are breaking the law.
Ryan would have to place country before party and people above ideology, something he has not done in the past four years.
I urge you to join the struggle to provide these citizens with the pride of accomplishment and chances to discover their unique abilities and needs.
Nelson Mandela supported voter ID and required each citizen intending to vote to have two identical color photographs and a certified copy of the person’s birth certificate.
It seems that it is easier to believe there is a devil than God.
Any nonperishable staple will be remembered long past Christmas.
In an already-saturated market, new gambling monies primarily come from other communities. While our leaders say casinos create jobs, they also eliminate jobs from hotels, restaurants and other local businesses.
Due to the sequester, which cut funding to the National Institute of Health, 1,000 fewer people were able to enroll in potentially lifesaving clinical trials this past year.