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Because the goal is to get people *off* welfare.
j/k all you PhDs.
I don't fault BHO for not attending personally. The presidential security apparatus isn't designed for spur of the moment trips.
I have wondered if...
Just don't copy their bogus headlines into bogus thread titles. That's the main point.
Moral: don't trust TP-at least not its headlines.
That TP article says Jindal favors two different things: an amendment defining marriage and an amendment allowing states to do so. I don't know which...
I don't see a flip flop. It appears that they want to amend the federal constitution to expressly permit states to define marriage. That is quite...
I hope that you're right.
Start with the assumption that all wealth properly belongs to the government. Once you accept this, it follows that every dollar of "your" money that...
That's a great idea.
Good point re: unmarried women. In the 2012 campaign we had Perpetually Dependent Susan leading the way.
Pretty bad when they're reduced to recycling plants. There shouldn't be any shortage of fresh ones.
You may be perplexed because you're focused on the substance of the issue rather than the party politics. It's all about convincing female voters...
This one is tough to categorize. Workplace violence doesn't really fit, but the death toll may be too low for "man made disaster" status.
Yes, some states have it.
I'm speaking of state inheritance tax, not estate tax.
The estate pays the beneficiaries' state inheritance taxes?
Those exemptions will cushion it, but I agree the burden won't be solely on the 1%.
Perhaps expanding reliance on government - by reducing the private savings available to pay for college - trumps other concerns.
This isn't a matter of any particular article's POV, it's a fundamental principle of established tax law. But I'm not a tax pro and that's why I...