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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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moderation

They provide for the sheeple,...the "children " of the plutocrats.

Posted 555 days ago.

luvthesouth

please elaborate.

Posted 555 days ago.

moderation

But, it is a "nanny" corporation, lts.

Posted 555 days ago.

luvthesouth

exactly!

Posted 555 days ago.

luvthesouth

the exception. if the guilt ever really weighs on aperson, they can always slip the unfortunate Walmart employee a few bucks to compensate them for the injustice one may perceive.

Posted 555 days ago.

luvthesouth

thegreek, i looked into walmart salaries. you will find that they are all above minimum wage and offer some benefits to even the part-time folks. it was noted that 75% of their employees work full-time. they also employ those that society sometimes deems "unemployable" and without skill. the notion that companies are somehow created to become a "nanny corporation" is insane. i do not understand when it became sacrilegious for a person to work more than one job to cover their "chosen and imposed" living expenses. as much as anyone is "pushed" into government programs or tax deductions based on earnings, the same energy could have been put into aquiring another job. no, most choose to take the easier way out. but then again it is legal. maybe we should complain less about the employer and focus more on the employee and their lack of motivation, education or ingenuity. the severely handicapped, mentally challenged and the infirmed elderly would be

Posted 555 days ago.

luvthesouth

good morning moderation. in answer to your question....the community, as referenced in the article i mentioned.

Posted 555 days ago.

moderation

I couldn't agree with you more,greek.

Posted 555 days ago.

moderation

Good point, greek.Keep in mind, that it is all legal.

Posted 556 days ago.

moderation

Who realized the returns, lts ?

Posted 556 days ago.

BeRight

These Cities also had a large public and private union presence.

Posted 556 days ago.

luvthesouth

*disaster

Posted 556 days ago.

luvthesouth

BeRight, according to a CNN report, those subsidies are based on a decades worth of "use of tax breaks, free land, cash grants and other forms of public assistance." keep in mind that those "subsidies" are all legal, legitimate and available for any business entity that that is approved based on federal, state or city guidelines. the one thing that the article pointed out was that for every "subsidy" dollar "invested", a return of thirty dollars was realized. thats a respectful return. unlike many of the recent "union" subsidized debacles. just like with the announcement of a third bailout of greece, one would have to marvel at the denial in the failure of the socialist or democratic business/political model. one observation i have had lately has been that we have become a nation of whim, fancy and denial. truly a recipe for diaster.

Posted 556 days ago.

BeRight

Explain this to me. I just read this: Our Walmart, the union group organizing protests, contends that "the average Walmart store" costs taxpayers $1 million a year in government subsidies.

Posted 556 days ago.

moderation

greek- the only one holding Issa back, is Issa himself. I am surprised you would say anything different.

Posted 559 days ago.

BeRight

Do you think Maybe the Unions occupying the state house, MSNBC doing live reports of the protests and the recall attempt may have put a small damper on job creation? Maybe the unions scared off potential job creators? In spite of that unemployment is down and he has had the best 2 year job creation record compared to his predecessor.

Posted 565 days ago.

moderation

Successful ? How so? How about his job creation, or should I say, the lack of success in that area ?

Posted 565 days ago.

BeRight

Mod: you must be retired and no longer need to actually deal with this Obamacare mess. If you believe that what is good for Mass is good for the nation, then you should agree that Scott Walker's successful programs in Wisconsin should be rolled out in Ohio.

Posted 565 days ago.

moderation

What are you hearing from Darrel Issa nowadays, greek ? Yea, I'm not hearing anything either. I guess there was considerably more smoke than fire, huh?

Posted 565 days ago.

moderation

Costs, overall are being reduced.As for the "people" in congress, they will have to raise campaign funds from different lobbyists.

Posted 565 days ago.
 
 
 
 

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