Thanks to a new law in California, the days of selling online without having to pay sales tax are numbered. Other states may follow suit.
Liberals are nervous. They should be. As the 2012 election grows closer a soft rumble builds throughout thousands of Evangelical Christian churches across America.
Appearances can be deceptive. In this age of open disclosure and the Internet, one would think we have access to all knowledge, but we don't. We are still at the mercy of those in charge of providing any given piece of information. Unless we are satisfied with the lop-sided information being spoon-fed to us by those having an agenda, it is up to us to do our own digging for the truth.
Despite increases in the typical activities that produce pollution, America is much cleaner now than it was twenty years ago. Since 1970, our population has increased and our energy consumption has gone up.However, the truth is that, despite this growth, our aggregate emissions are approximately half of what they were.
No one ever paid Tea Party people. It actually cost a lot of them more than a day’s pay to go and march. It’s a true grassroots movement. The left can only manufacture outrage. And to manufacture it, they have to outsource.
Legislators are actively contemplating steps that will not just hollow out our military, but eviscerate it. No one has taken a more prominent, informed and vociferous role in opposing such self-inflicted wounds than the chairman of the House Armed Services Committee, Representative Howard "Buck" McKeon.
That’s right: without the help of legislators and the Obama administration, there simply isn’t much more the Fed can do. Fisher added that growth for the rest of the year would likely be “positive but anemic,” but added the caveat that “we could slip.”
Can we hope for positive change? Absolutely. Can we expect national transformation? That will come from the nation, not just the president.
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