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by slinky
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Daily breaking news and news the liberal media doesn't want you to know, won't report, or just daily news issues.

Americans for many years have had to rely on left leaning biased news reporting from liberal media such as NBC, ABC, and CBS and the New York Times. As most of these outlets struggle to remain on the air and in print, the new media is flourishing and people are hearing both sides of the issues. This forum will provide people with a place to discuss daily news issues of any kind or discuss articles not printed or aired by the liberal news outlets.

 
 

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absolem

Hey Shop!

Posted 112 days ago.

Shopsteward

Beright back in the Air America days, i used to listen to Randy Rhodes sometimes, What a nasty human being

Posted 112 days ago.

absolem

Beright...i know the dead vote...there were ashes in the voting booth i used and no i am not old enough to phart dust! hahaha

Posted 112 days ago.

BeRight

Mod, coals reference to dead people could be that many voter registration lists carry deceased individuals as still registered to vote. A purging needs to be done.

Posted 112 days ago.

BeRight

I saw a letter to the editor this week. After lambasting the Republican Candidates, in part she says: If anyone reading this wants to know the truth about Bernie Sanders, Hillary Clinton, and this election campaign, I recommend FreeSpeech TV on Dish, radio and online. The Thom Hartmann Show is my favorite, an honest man who tells it like it is.....

Bio on Thom Hartmann: Hartmann's 2002 article, "Talking Back To Talk Radio", became part of the original business plan of Air America Radio, you know, the station that gave us Al Franken and Rachel Maddow and other left wingers.

Posted 112 days ago.

absolem

it appears as if the breaking news today is that the site is back up and running. kudos to the techs in Wheeling.

Posted 112 days ago.

moderation

You reference the dead voting often, dusty.Can you provide any verification?

Posted 112 days ago.

Coaluser

slinky

How about falsely restricting voters rights !

Oh you mean the cemetery residents should be allowed to vote....

Posted 112 days ago.

absolem

good evening gents...off to watch some of the games. have a great evening and i hope the morning greets you all in great health.

Posted 113 days ago.

absolem

did everyone see where even China is not allowing North Korean ships to get to their homeports........and wait....Iran just fired two more missles....i would say all of that goodwill and money Kerry and Obama gave them has been a success.....for them.

Posted 113 days ago.

How about falsely restricting voters rights !

Posted 113 days ago.

Coaluser

How is that ? Explain how they make them mad ?

Posted 113 days ago.

Then just maybe your republinutz should play nice, nice with these people instead of pi ssing them off !

Posted 113 days ago.

Coaluser

That is the race that typically votes democrat. No assumptions there. Just watch the news and polls.

Posted 113 days ago.

absolem

BTW...i hope you are doing well.

Posted 113 days ago.

absolem

moderation, considering that vacant or inactive property can easily become a blight to the city and generates zero revenue outside of meager property taxes, having a large corporation inject that kind of money into the local economy is a good thing. if you know what they paid if anything...please share, as i am weary of this subject.

Posted 113 days ago.

absolem

has 4,000 people working at 15 sites in St. Joseph, Benton Harbor and Benton Township. Many of the sites are leased spaces.

The consolidation of headquarters into three main sites will place about a third of the workers in each municipality, all within three or four minutes of each other by car, said Jeff Noel, vice president of communication and public affairs. The result will be improved productivity and reduced costs, he said.

The investment will be over five years and solidifies Whirlpool's long-term commitment to the area, Noel said at the press conference.

For Benton Harbor, the construction of a three-building campus at the entrance to the city will bring more than 1,000 people into the downtown area daily.

"These employees will want to spend their money here," Cooke said. "They'll need restaurants and stores. I've been critical of a lot of things, but I think this is good. The city of Benton Harbor stands ready to do everything we can to make this a success.

Posted 113 days ago.

absolem

Moderation...you just won't let go of that bone will ya? according to the NYT, the land that the golf course was built on was mostly unusable land. with the financial assitance of whirlpool, many other organizations, including non-profits developed the course to lure week-enders from Chicago to bolster the economy. the tax abatements we have already laid to rest, at least IMO.

2010 Heraldpalladum newspaper (local) BENTON HARBOR - Whirlpool Corp. announced Thursday it will invest up to $85 million in its world headquarters in the Twin Cities area, including constructing a three-building campus in downtown Benton Harbor that will house more than 1,000 workers.

The new campus near the St. Joseph River is part of a broader plan to close most of the company's 15 scattered offices in this area and consolidate them into three campuses and two other sites.

Jeff Fettig, Whirlpool chairman and CEO, said in a news release issued at a Thursday morning press conference that the company ha

Posted 113 days ago.

moderation

What price did whirlpool pay for that real estate, absolem? You may have confused me with some facts?

Posted 113 days ago.

absolem

NCN...one thing i have noticed is that most "help centers are located in the proximity of predominately black neighborhoods....at least here. there are many reasons for perceived notions which may or may not be true, as we have all found out.

Posted 113 days ago.
 
 
 
 

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