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pimpdaddystyle - QPD Blotter for 10/23/14 - Quincy, IL News - QuincyJournal.com
Call the major case squad on the Cirillas incident.!! We can't have such crime in this area! Put out an APB on a black preg female breathing heavily and swooning
backhoe44 - Quincy School Board pledges to reinvest savings from new buildings - Quincy, IL News - QuincyJournal
There has never, ever been a board that believes in "saving the money for a rainy day". They have to SPEND THE MONEY. And even SPEND THE MONEY they haven't even gotten yet.
ReardenShrugged - REBEL MEDIA: So I have a sign in my yard - Quincy, IL News - QuincyJournal.com
Your missing my point. My point is if new buildings were built with a Capital Fund, a cash $$$$ fund approved by taxpayers, the interest savings would be given back to taxpayers and the buildings would still be built albeit at a slightly slower rate. Do you think the polls for this issue would even be close if approval of a capital fund was partnered with a larger decrease in the bond fund tax rate…
ReardenShrugged - Court-appointed monitor ordered for IDOT hiring - Quincy, IL News - QuincyJournal.com
Maybe judges should monitor and approve all government hires. Our country is big on checks and balances and hiring is one of those areas that is frequently exploited for political gain. I know people who turned down government job offers because they refused give a big chunk of the salary back to their political party. Now every time I meet someone with a government position, I wonder which came…
GuyFawkes10 - Quincy School Board pledges to reinvest savings from new buildings - Quincy, IL News - QuincyJournal
In my opinion, Somebodies lips are moving.

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And There They Go Again — Liberals Play the Race Card

8 hours, 5 minutes ago by Jeffrey Lord

There they go again indeed, right on schedule. From MSNBC to the Georgia Senate election to a memo from an ex-Obama pollster, the age-old race card has reared its ugly head again. The difference this time? An increasing number of Americans, some of them prominent, are calling out the perpetrators. Let’s…
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How the Supreme Court Created the Student Loan Bubble

8 hours, 5 minutes ago by Bill McMorris

Business reporters and talking heads are tripping over themselves to predict the next bubble. It’s the least they can do after so many of them fueled the dot-com and real-estate booms and busts that tanked the economy and robbed millions of Americans of their hard-earned (or at least borrowed) money.…
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Two Weeks and Too Weak

8 hours, 5 minutes ago by J.T. Young

Less than two weeks from November 4, Obama’s support is looking too weak to avoid another midterm defeat. Four years ago, Obama led Democrats to a loss of six Senate seats, 65 House seats, and loss of the House of Representatives. While November’s election has been slow to take shape, a Republican advantage…
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Republicans and Democrats Both Patronize Young Voters

8 hours, 5 minutes ago by Emily Zanotti

Midterm elections are all about turnout: empowering those random demographics who have little else to do all day besides take in '80s sitcom reruns and consult with telemarketers. Numbers count, and numbers don't show up to polls between presidential elections, when the most important decision on the…
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The Harvard Twenty-Eight to the Rescue

8 hours, 5 minutes ago by R. Emmett Tyrrell, Jr.

Mirabile dictu! Fully 28 profs and former profs from the Harvard Law School have taken a stand for freedom and for the rule of law. They are on the side of the Constitution and simple fairness. As Ivy Leaguers go, their stand took courage. No other Ivy League school has had the temerity to buck the bullying…
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Harper Calls Ottawa Shootings Terrorism; Obama Equivocates

10 hours, 56 minutes ago by Aaron Goldstein

Let's compare what Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper and President Obama had to say about yesterday's events in Ottawa and the shootings in St. Jean-sur-Richelieu on Monday. Here is part of Harper's televised address to Canadians: Fellow Canadians, in the days to come, we will learn more about the…
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Lunch With Dr. Kissinger at the Nixon Library

11 hours, 5 minutes ago by Ben Stein

WednesdayA few days ago, Fred Malek, a super-successful investor whom we used to refer to in the Nixon days as “Haldeman’s Haldeman” for a time until he went on to bigger and better things in the OMB, called me to invite me to an event.Secretary Henry A. Kissinger, the foremost expert in foreign policy…
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Infant Girl Killed in Terrorist Attack in Israel - UPDATED

1 day, 3 hours ago by Aaron Goldstein

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A C-Minus Government Calls for a Convention of the States

1 day, 7 hours ago by Mark Meckler

Americans aren’t too impressed with the performance of their government.A fresh poll by NBC News and the Wall Street Journal reveals how voters grade elected officials: a C-minus, or a 2.1 GPA. Individual politicians and parties scored even lower.Approval for Congress’s job performance reached an all-time…
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Democratic Lead Among Women Evaporates

1 day, 8 hours ago by Emily Zanotti

According to a new AP-GfK poll, the Democratic lead among women has almost completely evaporated. Turns out, a couple of years to think about their vote, and probably fewer commercials berating Republicans for their systemic oppression of American women by forcing them to purchase generic birth control…
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Canadian Soldier Shot at Nat'l War Memorial in Ottawa; Shots Reportedly Fired on Parliament Hill - UPDATED

1 day, 1 hour ago by Aaron Goldstein

A Canadian soldier standing guard at the National War Memorial in Ottawa has been shot. Shots have been also been fired down the street inside and outside of Parliament Hill. Witnesses describe the gunman as carrying a rifle and having long hair. As of this writing, he is still on the loose. This incident…
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No Fans, No Hits, No Errors

1 day, 8 hours ago by Larry Thornberry

The debates are done in the Florida governor’s race, and this is probably a good thing for both candidates, two strange fellows who don’t present well behind the podium.Last night’s CNN Hour was mostly just more nyah, nyah, nyah. People who understand the issues facing Florida have already made up their…
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Sermonizing Pols

1 day, 8 hours ago by George Neumayr

In a time of triumphant secularism, politicians treat the religious with increasing contempt. It was only a matter of time before headlines about government demanding the sermons of pastors appeared in the United States. Seeing themselves as superior to the religious, secularists feel entitled to bully…
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Sermonizing Pols

1 day, 8 hours ago by George Neumayr

In a time of triumphant secularism, politicians treat the religious with increasing contempt. It was only a matter of time before headlines about government demanding the sermons of pastors appeared in the United States. Seeing themselves as superior to the religious, secularists feel entitled to bully…
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‘New’ CDC Ebola Strategy Still Too Dangerous

1 day, 8 hours ago by Betsy McCaughey

Monday, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention announced its new Ebola strategy. It includes more training and more protective gear for hospital staff. The CDC is also encouraging states to designate certain hospitals for Ebola preparation. For example, New York Governor Andrew Cuomo is designating…
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‘New’ CDC Ebola Strategy Still Too Dangerous

1 day, 8 hours ago by Betsy McCaughey

Monday, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention announced its new Ebola strategy. It includes more training and more protective gear for hospital staff. The CDC is also encouraging states to designate certain hospitals for Ebola preparation. For example, New York Governor Andrew Cuomo is designating…
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Raul Labrador: The Negotiator

1 day, 8 hours ago by Amanda C. Elliott

Washington is a city full of dueling egos, a kind of bubble of exaggerated self-awareness. But it’s where Raul Labrador, the forty-something immigration lawyer-turned-Congressman, has made his bed.There is something brutally honest about Labrador. And it’s not just that he tells it like he sees it or…
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Of Aliens and Isolationists

1 day, 8 hours ago by George Washington Plunkitt

Mr. Plunkitt—In expectation of runnin’ for president, I’ve been workin’ with a language coach. But I still keep gettin’ tripped up. The other day I was at a nice Dallas café, and I ordered two Buds Lite and the chef’s special paninus. The waiter looked at me funny and then asked me to meet him in the…
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The Death of Ben Bradlee

23 hours, 18 minutes ago by Ben Stein

TuesdayWow. The death of Ben Bradlee. We are all mortal.Naturally, I disliked him very much for his harm to the ultimate peacemaker, Richard M. Nixon. But when I looked up Mr. Bradlee in Wikipedia (sometimes reliable, sometimes not), I was staggered by something that had long been lurking in my old brain…
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Alison Lundergan Grimes' Family Runs a Joint Called "Hugh Jass Burgers."

2 days, 6 hours ago by Emily Zanotti

If there really is a #waronwomen, Kentucky Democratic Senate candidate Alison Lundergan Grimes might just come from one of its founding families. Ms. Grimes is the heir to the Hugh Jass burger fortune, at least in theory, and a legacy that stems from her family's Kentucky burger joint, whose menu celebrates…
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