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South Carolina lawmakers advance college cuts for promoting gay-themed books
Tue Mar 11, 2014
In reply to: lina Nicolia #3Only questionable constitutionality is if this is some sort of censorship by the government. Reading a book written by LGBT's or about LGBT's is not convert a straight person into a LGBT. These are colleges and the students are considered adults. If they can't have discus …
Ukrainian base in Crimea surrounded by Russian troops
Sun Mar 2, 2014
I wonder how many of you Obama haters will feel when the draft is reinstated due to the US having to fulfill a treaty with the Ukraine to protect it from Russia. Treaty was signed by Clinton in 1994. It was to protect Ukraine so they wouldn't produce nuclear weapons. They can have a nuclear weapon i …
Ukraine warns of war as Russian troops flood Crimea
Sat Mar 1, 2014
In reply to: Steve Robb #11.2Libya and Kosovo is not Russia with Russian pilots.This sounds like naivity of youth speaking. We are not going to go into Russia's backyard to play. Is Russia the same as it was when the Soviets were in charge? No. They are leaner and more dangerous to their neighbors t …
Millennials leaving religion over anti-gay teachings
Wed Feb 26, 2014
In reply to: JBUSHER #22Stupid talk like this is the driving force of the walking away from religion for the millenials. Pompeii was destroyed by a volcano that was located nearby. You even have a lame attempt to use fear to prove your belief by saying that homosexuals are predator's …
Deep Dive: Big money in politics
Fri Feb 21, 2014
In reply to: rocketpush #1No, this is not OK. To have any super PAC trying sway votes through false ads is wrong. Citizen's United should be repealed. The voice of the people cannot be heard over the millions and billions of dollars flooding the political scene. But, if this is going to be the new g …
What can the United States do in Ukraine?
Fri Feb 21, 2014
In reply to: Jose Miguel de Lima #5Sensationalism! Ukraine has been boiling for months. With the Olympics near by, the world is focused on the region. The protests in Thailand haven't got much coverage either. It is interesting that Russia has interests in both the Ukraine and Venezeula.
Anti-science NC leaders no laughing matter
Thu Feb 20, 2014
In reply to: Morttz #11I think you mean oil is a non-renewable resource.
CEO to employee pay continues to widen: study
Fri Feb 14, 2014
I see you have been drinking the Conservative kool-aid. The reason that outsourcing to India or China is cheaper is because the cost of living in those countries is so much lower. Ironically, the CEO and the board is here in the US living with our cost of living, and living very well I might add, wh …
Dems to donors: Help us fight off Kochs before it's too late
Wed Feb 12, 2014
These guys own the Tea Party, they are the Tea party and they will do anything to control the government. We the people need to stand up to them to keep our country. Citizen's United will destroy this country and you can thank a low-info Republican for that.
Rand Paul is suing the NSA
Tue Feb 11, 2014
If he gets to sue the President, do we, the citizens of the US, get the right to sue Rand Paul for being stupid?
Questions & Answers
Ditch those sit-ups: Here's how to tell if kids are fit
Kids today are less fit.
Was your parental leave long enough?
It was about right.
With my first born, my wife at the time had 6 weeks off and then her sister watched him for two years. After the second one's birth she decided to be a stay at home mom for a couple of years. This difference showed up later with their relationship with their mom. The oldest has a better relationshi …
The employer should have policies to deal with parental leave and you as an employee should understand that policy. Its not like they should be surprised that women have babies. If you have such a problem with parental leave, maybe you should have taken a job where there is not many women. What if y …
I'm sorry, but I'm going to disagree with most of the men here. First you are whining about paying for education for someone else's kids. Grow up, who do you think paid for your education. Education powers the country not the individual. And by some of your comments, the taxpayers return on investme …
Well first, I did and still do take responsibility for my kids and even some with my grandson. I was back to work the next day after I was back to work. Highly unlikely for my ex-wife, she had a c-section for both kids. My employer chose to offer maternity leave to it's female employees, it is a hos …
Before we go bashing the Europeans over the EU going bankrupt, we need to look at our country's multi-trillion dollar deficit. We maybe heading there faster than the Europeans. Just saying, you may be calling a kettle black.
It's part of an employers benefit package. Other employees are not paying for it. Just like an employer matching up to a certain % for your retirement. It's just part of your overall pay package, which by the way, the women are still getting shafted since there male counterpart in most jobs still ge …
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