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If think the Right-To-Work people in each workplace should also organize, but with a different goal; protection. Make it very clear to the union mafia that the list of RTW's that they compile is also a list of workers with concealed carry permits.
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EPA's Next Target: Wood Burning Stoves

minky Wrote: Jan 07, 2014 7:49 PM
Every one of these over-reaching EPA regulations hurts low income people the most.
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EPA's Next Target: Wood Burning Stoves

minky Wrote: Jan 07, 2014 7:32 PM
Wood is the quintessential renewable! You burn it and you grow more. Whether you burn wood or let it rot, every bit of the CO2 contained in that wood will eventually return to the air. It is unfortunate you ATTEMPT to trump science with ideology. Your ignorance about the prevalence of wood burning stoves for heat and cooking is laughable, and your attempt to equate wood burning with toxic sites is pathetic.
I can't watch Ferrell. He is SOOOOOOOO bad that I get embarrassed FOR HIM!!
Oh, I'm sorry. I wish I had read more of your posts before wasting my time responding to you. After doing so, I can see that you are a complete moron.
Those who advocate smaller government are not referring to your ridiculous list. Those who advocate for smaller government are referring to the incredible overreach of the federal government and the legislative powers usurped from the states; powers guaranteed to the states and the people by the US Constitution. The Constitution is very clear about the duties of the federal government, and specifically reserves all others to the states and the people. Think, for one example, of all of the billions of dollars that could be available for education if the federal government would eliminate the unconstitutional redundancy known as the Department of Education and, instead, allow the states to run their own schools.
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US #23 in World for Gender Equality

minky Wrote: Oct 28, 2013 4:38 PM
This sort of misinformation is just as reliable as the meaningless statistic that the US is something like 37th in the world in quality of health care. In the case of health care, the basis for the evaluation is dependent mostly on who pays for it. The highest rated countries are those where health care is "free". While the actual quality of care factors in to the rating, it's plays only a small part in the overall score.
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