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yesqcy - Firefighters and Bus Drivers contracts to go to City Council - Quincy, IL News - QuincyJournal.com
Dave you are 100% wrong, there's always been someone in charge of employees. In not Spring fan by any stretch, but that's exactly what I mean when I say being blinded by one sided politics just opens you up to being screwed by a party you thought you could trust. Everyone needs to open their eyes and think independently. Unfortunately Moore pays the good ole boy system as well as the best…
AYHSMB - Firefighters and Bus Drivers contracts to go to City Council - Quincy, IL News - QuincyJournal.com
To quote the first Chicago Mayor Daley, when confronted with accusations of nepotism; "What kind of man would I be if I didn't look out for my kin?"
AYHSMB - Voter rights, crime victim rights amendments set for fall ballot so far - Quincy, IL News - QuincyJo
With all due respect, this article has nothing to do with poor people with disabilities. It's about making a specific law, that will be called upon (by Democrats) every time voter "suppression", no matter how insignificant or innocent, occurs, and will be held up to show how Republicans and/or conservatives are trying to disenfranchise voters. All the while the illegal voting will continue, by…
AYHSMB - Voter rights, crime victim rights amendments set for fall ballot so far - Quincy, IL News - QuincyJo
beaky- I knew that! O.K. In the State of llinois, one is given the opportunity, FREELY, and FREE of charge, because of public education, to obtain a drivers license, by way of drivers education. ALL students are advised that this not only prepares them as a driver, but also allows then to REGISTER TO VOTE at the DMV when they turn 18, and to BECOME AN ORGAN DONOR. (Both of these are near and dear to…
gizzard93 - Illinois lawmakers to discuss money for Obama library - Quincy, IL News - QuincyJournal.com
people wonder how our government has gotten in such bad shape, the answer is the same people that propose 100,000,000 for Obama's library are what is wrong with our government.

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A Fresh Start for Ike

13 hours, 31 minutes ago by Aaron Goldstein

The New York Mets have traded first baseman Ike Davis to the Pittsburgh Pirates for minor league pitcher Zack Thornton and a player to be named later. The Bucs acquired Davis after designating Travis Ishikawa for assignment. Davis’ stats aren’t that much different from Ishikawa's (.208 BA, 1 HR, 5 RBI…
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A Fresh Start for Ike

13 hours, 33 minutes ago by Aaron Goldstein

The New York Mets have traded first baseman Ike Davis to the Pittsburgh Pirates for minor league pitcher Zack Thornton and a player to be named later. The Bucs acquired Davis after designating Travis Ishikawa for assignment. Davis’ stats aren’t that much different from Ishikawa's (.208 BA, 1 HR, 5 RBI…
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Earth Day 2014: Chinese Conundrum

20 hours, 27 minutes ago by G. Tracy Mehan III

Several years ago, in 2007, I wrote an account of my visit to Shanghai which focused, primarily, on the city’s and China’s astounding economic boom, then achieving 11 percent growth in GDP for the third straight quarter. This torrid pace has throttled back a bit to 7.4 percent.I noted that, with the…
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Earth Day 2014: Chinese Conundrum

20 hours, 27 minutes ago by G. Tracy Mehan III

Several years ago, in 2007, I wrote an account of my visit to Shanghai which focused, primarily, on the city’s and China’s astounding economic boom, then achieving 11 percent growth in GDP for the third straight quarter. This torrid pace has throttled back a bit to 7.4 percent.I noted that, with the…
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Hollywood Pedophile Allegations Involve Gay Democrat Donor

1 day, 16 hours ago by Robert Stacy McCain

Allegations that a film director raped a teenage boy could impact fundraising for Democrats, including Hillary Clinton, whose close ties to Hollywood’s gay community are potentially implicated in the scandal. Bryan Singer, the openly gay director best known for the X-Men series of action films, has been…
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MA Rep. Lynch: Dems May Lose Senate Over Obamacare

1 day, 16 hours ago by Aaron Goldstein

During an interview with the Boston Herald, Massachusetts Democratic Congressman Stephen Lynch predicted Obamacare would cost Democrats seats in the House and that Democrats might lose control of the Senate. Lynch, who represents a congressional district that covers South Boston, was the only member…
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Little Joe Cook, R.I.P.

1 day, 19 hours ago by Aaron Goldstein

R&B and doo-wop performer "Little" Joe Cook passed away on Monday. He was 91. Little Joe & The Thrillers had a hit in 1957 "Peanuts" which reached #22 on the Billboard Charts. From then on, he was known as The Peanut Man. Originally from Philadelphia, Cook moved to Boston in the late 1960's and in 1980…
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More Useful Idiocy From Edward Snowden

1 day, 19 hours ago by Aaron Goldstein

Writing in the Guardian, Edward Snowden cannot fathom why anyone would criticize him for asking Russian President Vladimir Putin a question on a call-in TV show:I was surprised that people who witnessed me risk my life to expose the surveillance practices of my own country could not believe that I might…
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A Lonely Visionary

1 day, 11 hours ago by Vladimir Bukovsky

“Sorry to bother you, but haven’t we met before? Aren’t you…what’s his name?”“I doubt you’d know my name,” he said. “Nobody does these days.”There was a trace of bitterness in his voice, just enough to prod my curiosity. On the whole, he was quite an ordinary looking old man, around seventy-five I would…
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Leave the Duggars Alone

1 day, 11 hours ago by Natalie deMacedo

Amanda Marcotte just couldn’t resist a dirty jab at the Duggars.In her scathing article at the Daily Beast yesterday, the feminist blogger predicted the end of the Duggar Dynasty.The popular TLC show “19 Kids and Counting” follows the semi-chaotic, but strangely normal and splendidly wholesome lives…
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Kerry Should Condemn Palestinian Authority Anti-Semitism Too

1 day, 12 hours ago by Aaron Goldstein

Upon learning that a leaflet had been circulated in the Ukrainian city of Donestk ordering Jews to register their property, Secretary of State John Kerry swiftly condemned the leaflet.  When I first heard about the leaflet, it sent a chill down my spine. So I'm glad Kerry spoke out about it. I only wish…
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Morning Round-Up 4-18

1 day, 15 hours ago by Patrick Ryan

Feature of the Day: High Tech: How Silicon Valley entrepreneurs are rushing to cash in on cannabis.Morning HeadlinesDomestic                                                          Associated PressViews Differ of Imam Accused in US Terrorism CaseWhite House Updating Online Privacy PolicyLate Sign-Ups…
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The Saddest Story Ever Told

1 day, 20 hours ago by Jeremy Lott

“C&E Christians.” That’s the dismissive abbreviation for churchgoers who show up but twice a year. They come for what Jewish friends might call our high holy days of Christmas and Easter.Folks who come to church weekly or more may have a hard time understanding their less punctilious brethren. If church…
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Last of the Mohicans, First of the Cantabrigians

1 day, 20 hours ago by Daniel J. Flynn

Turning the tables remains the first refuge of liars called on their mendacity.“I was hurt,” Elizabeth Warren relays in her new autobiography, “and I was angry.” The second-year senator speaks of her 2012 political opponent using her claims of Native American ancestry against her during the campaign.…
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Vermont and the Single-Payer Frontier

1 day, 20 hours ago by Matt Purple

These days it seems everyone has a grievance with Obamacare. This includes progressives, who are annoyed that the law isn’t communizing the entire American health care system with sufficient alacrity.Fed up with the feds, activists are now looking north to Vermont, which three years ago passed a law…
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Vermont and the Single-Payer Frontier

1 day, 20 hours ago by Matt Purple

These days it seems everyone has a grievance with Obamacare. This includes progressives, who are annoyed that the law isn’t communizing the entire American health care system with sufficient alacrity.Fed up with the feds, activists are now looking north to Vermont, which three years ago passed a law…
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The Sacrificial Love of Lebanon’s Christians

1 day, 20 hours ago by Jordan Allott

I recently returned from the Middle East, where I captured stories for a film project about Christians living their faith in the face of crippling persecution. In Beirut, Lebanon, I spoke with two Lebanese Christians, Georges Maalouly — a 48-year old, Orthodox father of three — and his friend Father…
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Christian America and the White House Easter

1 day, 20 hours ago by Mark Tooley

Liberal secular elites often gush over how religiously diverse America supposedly is. Gloomy conservatives often join this chorus, ceding America as post-Christian. But Pew Research’s new study shows that the United States, at 78 percent Christian, only ranks 68th out of 232 countries on religious diversity.And…
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A Nightmare Presidency

1 day, 20 hours ago by Ben Stein

MondayThis is a bad morning. I was greeted by a headline in the New York Times that said Defense Secretary “Chuck Mullet” Hagel was planning to submit a budget to Congress to cut the size of the military to a level not seen since 1940, before the U.S. entered World War II.The article went on to say that…
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A Nightmare Presidency

1 day, 20 hours ago by Ben Stein

MondayThis is a bad morning. I was greeted by a headline in the New York Times that said Defense Secretary “Chuck Mullet” Hagel was planning to submit a budget to Congress to cut the size of the military to a level not seen since 1940, before the U.S. entered World War II.The article went on to say that…
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