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Who Uses Food Stamps? Millions of Children
Mon Mar 17, 2014
In reply to: livinglouisiana #48 What about those of us who have lived poor?Those of us who have lived on welfare, in government housing and at the government cheese?Can we tell the truth? Or will you consider it judging? Truth 1: There are a lot of people who actually need help with foo …
Millennials hit 30: It's the economy, not us
Sat Feb 1, 2014
In reply to: LP-1036603 #2 I have no college degree and make a very nice salary that is above the median household income in the US. You do not need a college degree for most jobs. That is a lie. Most college grads are in jobs unrealted to their degree and many (forget the percentage) ar …
Abortion doctor Kermit Gosnell convicted of first-degree murder
Mon May 13, 2013
This points out the trouble with abortion. If he kills the fetus it is abortion but if the fetus is outside the mother it is murder. So which is it? Either he is always guilty of murder or he is always innocent. This blurred line is silly.
'Revenge porn' victim fights back: 'I was terrified'
Fri May 3, 2013
The question is who the pictures belonged to. If they belonged to him he had every right to post them. This seems like a civil issues. Though the posting of her number and such to get her harassed would be harassment. No need for cyber stalking as the current laws should have …
There may be millions more poor people in the US than you think
Fri May 3, 2013
One thing I always notice about these threads is they are full of people from both sides that have never been on Welfare. Hell many of them don't know anyone on welfare.
Coupon clipping declines as shoppers get savvier
Tue Mar 26, 2013
Why use coupons when you can get better prices on non-name brands without them.
Pancakes for school lunch? Perfect when it's 9:45 a.m.
Fri Sep 7, 2012
School for the most part is funded by the state and local government via property taxes, sales tax, and in states with gambling(lotto and other) the taxes on it. GOP vs Demos at the national level has little to do with this. Also you need to get government spending under control and none of us can a …
After climbing economic ladder, one family fears falling backward
Tue Sep 11, 2012
Thank you for bringing this up. The lesson people should be taking from this recession is debt is bad. And that includes college debt. You see article after article about people with degrees losing their jobs.
Gen X may have taken biggest hit in economic downturn
Mon Jun 18, 2012
I make more money and have less debt now so I am better off. 33 years old
Unemployment data highlights growing educational divide
Mon Jun 4, 2012
Articles like this merely lead people into debt. Most people do not need a degree.
Questions & Answers
Was your parental leave long enough?
It was about right.
Making business pay for leave is unfair to workers who have less kids or no kids. Unpaid is fine and fair.
Were the parents of a 6-year-old cheerleader right to complain about a 'booty' cheer?
Maybe. I'll leave my thoughts in the comments.
Rather it is appropriate or not is up to the Parents. Don't like it? Don't have your child cheer in that group. This is not news.
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