This is Obama being Obama. He leaves office as he came in: a man of the left, but possessing the intelligence and discipline to suppress his more radical instincts. As of Nov. 9, 2016, suppression was no longer necessary.
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Donald Trump delivered his brief inaugural address on Friday with the same frank, defiant and populist approach that dominated his unconventional campaign — and which foreshadows an unconventional presidency.
The city and Mayor Hafen specifically have been criticized previously for their hiring practices. In 2015 the Review-Journal reported that six of Mr. Hafen’s relatives were on the city payroll.
Nothing is going to change in this regard until there are more police and stiffer penalties.
Apparently, Mr. Fuss feels it is worth millions of taxpayer dollars to save some 100,000-plus travelers the “terrible inconvenience” of taking a ferry to the town of Ketchikan.
Sometimes, you can tell a lot about somebody by studying their enemies. In Ms. DeVos’ case, the rabid teacher union opposition is an excellent reason why she should be confirmed.
It’s easy for members of the gentry class sitting in the comfort of their air conditioned urban offices to support fencing off vast tracts of far-off rural land. What about the people who live in the area and are most affected by these decisions?
The monopoly that a small group of elite families has enforced for nearly 50 years must come to an end. It has made the Las Vegas taxi industry weak and incompetent in the face of real competition.
These elderly people have lost their entire fortunes, homes and, in some cases, the right to any family contact — all under the unfettered rules imposed by an unscrupulous association of doctors, judges and “court appointed guardians.”
I’m just letting everyone know that if you attend an event with 5,000 people at one of these casinos that are now charging residents for parking, it will take you a long time to get out.
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