Snobbery and Promotion
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Category Archives: Local politics
Now I’m not saying that these three dogs registered to vote and cast ballots, but they clearly are wearing “I voted” stickers*. They are also members of the 47% Club. They have never paid rent, are on food stamps and … Continue reading
To hear Mitt Romney (and many others) tell it, Emergency Rooms are the physical embodiment of Mother Theresa, treating indigents like Jesus treated the lepers. The great seas of health care are suddenly parted for the poor and ill, and … Continue reading
Dear Hon. John Kasich, Governor of Ohio; I apologize for my sight-sightedness with respect to my opposition to your state education budget cuts and SB5, which sought to limit bargaining rights for teachers. Clearly these were bills designed to give … Continue reading
Common wisdom was once upon a time that the bank did not ever want to own your home. It would try so hard to not own your home it would fall over backwards to work with you if you ever … Continue reading
In October, Linn State Technical College in Linn, Mo., notified its 1,200 students that they will have to take a drug test to enroll there Florida requires citizens applying for pubic assistance to submit to a drug test. Supporters of … Continue reading
Back several year ago (actually a lot of years ago) I found myself in Philadelphia for the first time ever, in a rental car, in the middle of January, very lost. I just needed to get on the freeway pointing … Continue reading