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QuincyGuy - Quincy man to make run for Congress - Quincy, IL News - QuincyJournal.com
You must be his brother or brother-in-law. No one else feels this way about about Mr. "Hot-Head".
QuincyGuy - Quincy man to make run for Congress - Quincy, IL News - QuincyJournal.com
He is a "Hot-Head" that can't control his personal feelings. He was kicked out of several ball games for threatening the officials. Not what I want in government. That is why he hasn't been elected up to now.
pjohnf - Obama’s Wanton Lawlessness Should Disturb All Americans - Quincy, IL News - QuincyJournal.com
The extent of Obama's lawlessness makes one wonder if American's are paying any attention to anything? Obama's continuing un-constitutional power grabs should alarm every American but it seems that many American's just don't care or think his actions are just politics as usual. The democrat party isn't the democrat party of old but it's a party now controlled by radical…
pjohnf - Study: EPA Global Warming Rule To Kill Nearly 300,000 Jobs - Quincy, IL News - QuincyJournal.com
Obama's EPA wants to kill 300K to support a hoax and to schmooze the left's environmental wacko supporters. It's a proven fact that the global warming zealots have manipulated their data and out right lied about temperature increases. Everybody wants a clean and healthy earth but the Obama EPA overreach will do nothing more than destroy our economy and will do nothing to stop global…
pjohnf - How to Raise the Minimum Wage without Legislation - Quincy, IL News - QuincyJournal.com
The free market should determine wages not politicians who have no vested interest except to buy votes and power. Arbitrarily raising wages without a subsequent increase productivity or employee value to the employer doesn't work. Companies don't start businesses to give people jobs they start businesses to make a profit. The free market should determine wages not corrupt politicians.

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Douglas County Farmland Sells for $10,668 Per Acre

2 days, 7 hours ago Illinois Ag Connection

This week's auction of a farm that included 196 acres of tillable farmland attracted a crowd of more than 50 people -- including 22 registered bidders -- resulting in a sale price of $2,091,000, or $10,668…

New Study Predicts Murky Future for Global Water Quality

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While California's four-year drought is forcing the most severe mandatory water restrictions in the state's history, another water crisis is brewing that will affect far more people and a much greater…

Global beef exports projected to set record in 2015

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Global 2015 beef exports will reach a record 10.2 million tons, according to the latest Livestock and Poultry World Markets and Trade report from USDA.

USDA updates list of safe additives for meat products

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USDA's Food Safety and Inspection Service (FSIS) issued a directive revising the list of ingredients it considers safe and suitable for use in the production of meat, poultry and egg products.

Annual Grow and Go 5K

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Gear up for the 5th annual Grow & Go, Saturday, May 9th at 9 a.m.!

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The House voted 240 to 179 today for full repeal of the death tax, a tax that is threatening the livelihoods of farmers and ranchers across the count -

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Consumers willing to pay more for chicken wings but not pork

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