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  • St. Lucie County’s interesting notes
    Current info about happenings in St. Lucie County
    According to the St. Lucie County Supervisor of Elections’ website, the Town of St. Lucie Village election, scheduled for Tuesday, May 5, 2015 will not be held. The two incumbent Aldermen, Bo Hutchinson and Ingrid M. Van Hekken and the Clerk...
  • Uber sued by its hometown San Francisco
    Will Uber’s pursuit of profits take precedence over public safety?
    Uber'sÜbermensch Travis Kalanick once used the cover of Ayn Rand’s novel Atlas Shrugged, one of the sacred texts of the libertarian movement, as his Twitter avatar on Twitter. Ayn Rand studied German philosopher Friedrich Nietzsche, and...
  • Travis Kalanick
    Uber CEO Travis Kalanick: Man or Superman? (Uber Über Manchester)
    New Hampshire State Rep. Amanda Bouldin (Hillsborough District 12), a so-called Democrat from Manchester's Fifth Ward, erroneously used the word Über for the controversial ride-sourcing company in an article defending its presence in the Queen...
  • United States and Japan BFF
    United States and Japan BFF
    Last night, while some of us were sleeping, having dinner or just easing our minds and bodies across and around America, a state dinner took place in somewhat of a low-key manner for our friend and ally, Japan. Our current president, Barack Obama,...
  • Iran deal deadline June 30, Obama administration works on in spite of Congress
    Iran deal deadline June 30, Obama administration works on in spite of Congress
    On April 20, it was reported that White House Press Secretary Josh Earnest said the "crux" of the next 10 weeks of negotiations would be bargaining over "what steps do they have to start taking in order to start receiving some of...
  • Pothole in Brooklyn
    Washtenaw County politicians divided along party lines on Proposal 1
    Last year, ninety-five percent of Democrats and seventy percent of Republicans in Michigan's legislature voted to place Proposal 1 on the ballot. Normally, that would indicate broad bipartisan support for the measure, which would increase the...
  • Exclusive: Visit a Jade Helm Walmart
    Exclusive: Visit a Jade Helm Walmart
    Deep the heart of Texas, about an hour north of Houston up Highway 59, lies the small town of Livingston. According to the sign at the city limits, Livingston is the home to 5,335 people. There are numerous businesses and civic organizations...
  • South Carolina
    Possible Voter Fraud in South Carolina and Jasper County
    Jasper County School District has been taking much heat from issues concerning shady practices, however, a possible link to voter fraud in the state of South Carolina has been raised by a concerned person in the Jasper County Voter Elections...
  • Alderman Garth Corriveau
    Uber: A rogue is a rogue is a rogue (Uber Über Manchester)
    Manchester, NH: The ride-sourcing company Uber has been engaged in a ritual mating dance with the City of Manchester for the better part of half-a-year as it lobbied to be exempted from the municipal regulations governing the hackney carriage ...
  •  Rick Scott’s lack of vision and insight on Medicaid expansion in Florida
    Rick Scott’s lack of vision and insight on Medicaid expansion in Florida
    Read Bloomberg Politics’ article, “Republican Governors May Pay Price for Refusing to Expand Medicaid under Obamacare” dated April 23 and you will find some very interesting information about ACA (Obamacare) and Medicaid...
  • Quinnipiac poll: Hillary Clinton presumptive nominee; Rubio leads weak GOP field
    Quinnipiac poll: Hillary Clinton presumptive nominee; Rubio leads weak GOP field
    In a newly-released Quinnipiac University poll released this morning, the clear message is that former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton will be the presumptive Democratic nominee for President of the United States. Clinton owns the Democratic...
  • U.S. Congress on the move with bipartisan actions
    U.S. Congress on the move with bipartisan actions
    Politico reported breaking news yesterday that the Senate has reached a deal to pass a bipartisan human trafficking bill which clears the way for a confirmation vote on attorney general nominee Loretta Lynch later this month. "There is a...
  • Rep. Robin Kelly announces winners of 2015 'Congressional Art Competition'
    Rep. Robin Kelly announces winners of 2015 'Congressional Art Competition'
    It happened last spring and it happened once again this spring. No, not the start of the Major League Baseball season, although that part is true. No, what happens every spring, theCongressional Institutesponsors a nationwide high school visual...
  • Cooperation and goodwill alive in the U.S. Congress?
    Cooperation and goodwill alive in the U.S. Congress?
    One senator stated, "There's just a huge pent-up demand to actually get something done, on both sides." Can it be that the hopes and prayers of the people are being answered and fulfilled though a new fresh breathe of a cooperative...
  • Jeb Bush's New Hampshire appearance proves he is no ham and egger
    Jeb Bush's New Hampshire appearance proves he is no ham and egger
    The Union Leader newspaper did not feature former Jeb Bush on its front page in its Saturday edition, despite his being the candidate for the 2016 Republican Presidential nomination with the most gravitas, if not the most money. The man who...
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