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Posted on August 15 at 10:47 p.m.
I don't see race. I just see cars going around in a circle. That being said, Trayvon got what he had coming.
On I'll Be There
Posted on August 15 at 10:37 p.m.
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On No Bone, No Dog
Posted on August 15 at 10:08 p.m.
Ain't nobody's business if anybody wants to live on lard turds and Coke.
On Mexico's Junk-Food Plague
Posted on August 15 at 9:46 p.m.
On Teens Overturn Taboos
Posted on August 15 at 9:31 p.m.
Tax receipts are at an all time high folks. The only problem are public employee pension spikers bleeding us dry. These greedy socialists would rather throw single mothers and at risk children under the bus than give an inch on their lavish comp and benefits packages.
On Sequester Cuts Inflicting Pain
Posted on July 4 at 11:13 p.m.
City will be left with no choice other than shut Skaters Paradise down if hooliganism doesn't immediately stop because that's what tax paying public require.
On City Beats Strategic Retreat in Struggle over Skater's Point
Posted on July 4 at 10:07 p.m.
We need city & county pension reform (deep cuts) before raising taxes again. Drop public salaries to that matching private sector median in each field and cap pension payouts at 50% of high water mark for starters. That would remain a better deal than working in the private sector where you have to produce something to get paid and where there's no defined pension benefits. While we're at it, this business of public worker unions financially backing public office candidates most egger to push through increases in pay / benefits / unproductive work rules has got to stop because it breeds corruption.
Yo EastBeach, let's talk abortion. How's about we keep murdering the unborn legal if people's taxes are never used to pay for it? You pay for your own murderous abortions out of pocket and rest of us who choose to live responsibly, ignore it (keep our mouths shut). Wouldn't that be more than fair?
On Grand Jury: Tax Oil
Posted on June 30 at 11:18 p.m.
The modern progressive movement is a rebranding of the communist movement. Those involved in the climate change movement are rebranded environmentalists. Progressive & Climate Change or Communist & Environmentalist, what's the difference?
Why not put necessity of subsidized wind farms to the test by allowing public vote on it at the ballot box?
On Mr. Carbajal Goes to Washington
Posted on June 30 at 8:16 p.m.
Long ago, American communist all agreed best way to convince voters to support massive redistribution of wealth from private to public sector was condition them to believe industry in hands of the private sector are rapidly destroying the environment.
Looks like the voting majority have been on board since November, 2007.
Posted on June 30 at 7:35 p.m.
Just hire local non-union contractors to design and rebuild the absolute cheapest thing that can pass certification. Last thing we need are another multi-million dollar monument to government waste and corruption.
On Coroner's Office: Small and Smelly
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