On About those saggy pants
Young man playing with his daughter at the park... Let's tear him down because we don't like how he dresses!
On Photo ID OK for voting, court says
The constitution does not say a voter must be 18. It says that: The right of citizens of the United States, who are eighteen years of age or older, to vote shall not be denied or abridged by the United States or by any State on account of age. Section 2. The Congress shall have the power to enforce this article by appropriate legislation.
Theoretically a state could have a lower voter age.
On Rock County officials show off $195,000 armored vehicle
That money could have paid for a lot of training.
On Exhibit invites public to share their Tallman Tales
Yes, there is no "proof" that the Tallman House was part of the Underground Railroad. However, I wonder what kind of "proof" we are looking for. Those engaged in illegal activity rarely leave behind a bevy of documents detailing their "crimes". I've researched this topic in the past, and although I didn't find proof, I'm convinced it was most likely part of the Underground Railroad.
On Some things just never change
So he didn't like the Marshall plan, doesn't like Social Security, and doesn't like representative democracy?
Sounds like a real thinker!
On Walker's health care decision ripped by Democrats
I don't see the problem. I would think the democrats would rather see the Fed take over the exchange. As a consumer who will be using the exchange I'd much rather purchase through a federal exchange than through a state exchange.
On Walker says Wisconsin won’t set up health exchange
I'm looking forward to buying my insurance via the Federal Exchange.
On Congressional Democrats send Walker letter
I buy my own health insurance for my family. I'd really like to see these exchanges get set up. I wonder if I will be allowed to buy in the Illinois exchange if WI drags their feet.
On How we can honor our veterans
Gazettefan, I think if you and I had a lengthy discussion we would find we are 99% in agreement on most things Vietnam. Unfortunately, this forum probably isn't suited well to such a discussion. ---To Greg's question... The American Battle Monuments Commission does an excellent job at maintaining American burial grounds on foreign soil. If anyone is even overseas it is well worth it to visit these cemeteries to honor the fallen.
Gazettefan- The roots of Vietnam started much earlier. Vietnam could have easily been a capitalist country if we would have supported them (like we started to) after WWII. Early on their "communism" was more a form of "anti-imperialism". There are many lessons to learn from Vietnam. Way too many to go over here...
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