On Pro: In America, working poor shouldn’t be forced to exist on $15,000 a year
This article might have a place for discussion if its title wasn't flawed. There is no one in America that is "forced" to live on $15,000.
It isn't governments job to figure out how individuals should improve their lives. The opportunity exists, that is enough.
Each of us can make our own luck.
On Janesville school unions request new contract
How does Parr sleep at night?
On School workers to pay more for insurance
Imateacher, just_tryin was talking about teachers that make over 60,000, not 80,000. So where are the facts in your statement?
Here are some. Teacher salaries for the 2010-11 school year, sorted from greatest to least, by name.
On Mrs. Obama: Husband knows what struggle means
Yes, we know he knows what struggle means. We've witnessed his greatest struggle the last four years.
Most people do struggle with their first job. He struggles with what debt means.He struggles with how an economy is supposed to work.He struggles to understand that capitalism is good.He struggles to understand that entitlements and handouts are bad.He struggles with his own history.He struggles with the concept that government probably isn't the answer.He struggles with the idea of America.
On Students volunteer for Monday's event
Perhaps those of you who are bent out of shape over the uniforms could change your perspective from the display being supportive of a republican but rather being supportive of a Craig alumnus.
On Rally held for Paul Ryan in Janesville
How sad are you people criticizing some folks in a tiny photo and trying to make a statement about the event.
My goodness, get a grip.
On Crowd rehearsing their cheers
So it's 7 o clock and the last article posted about the rally is this nonsense?
On Workers protest pizza maker
Another crap article that has left gaping holes regarding the issue. Anyone who reads this should go find additional sources that actually explain the full story.
I could offer you all links. But I don't want to be annoyed with complaints about whatever site I choose. So go find them yourselves.
Whichever side you feel you should take this article comes up way short.
On another note, I purchased my first two Palermo's Pizzas ever over a month ago....when this story should have been covered. I probably won't ever by another, they certainly aren't the cheapest pizza out there, and do not have impressive taste. However, I hope the business survives and can continue to provide legal citizens jobs.
On Does Thompson victory signal a shift?
ddr, tired of them doing what?
banging on drums at the capitol?occupying business districts?protesting businesses with CEOs that have right leaning opinions?
Bigmike, try reading the article again......it doesn't say anywhere, or even imply, that some democrats voted republican.
It's talking about a shift among conservative voters away from "Tea Party" favorites towards more moderate candidates. Which is also nonsense, but your comments aren't making any sense at all.
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