Any reassurance by oil companies, federal agencies, or politicians that we can quickly prevent oil train explosions is just another lie. If railroads knew how to prevent their hundreds of expensive accidents annually, they'd have done it long ago. You can fool politicians but you can't fool physics.
Few are shocked by the Nov. 17 article "Report: Child homelessness at record high in U.S." America has become a land of beggars. The fact that many children come to school hungry is a disgrace. There is no shortage of federal and state programs to help the poor but these just promote the kinds of behavior that perpetuate this lifestyle. Babies don't ask to be born.
I find it ironic that Robert Kerr's Nov. 24 letter was titled "Democrats twist facts to fit agenda," when in fact the first few sentences of his letter are lies by omission, which equates to twisting facts to fit his agenda. He begins his letter by repeating statements made by Hillary Clinton and President Barack Obama, taken out of context.
I saw recently on Fox News a video and discussion about catcalling of women in New York City. The video that they showed was a woman walking around New York City and having things called out to her. Lately this video has gotten a lot of media coverage and in the discussion on Fox News some very interesting points came up.
The request by the Clark County Republican Central Committee to audit Greg Kimsey appears to be a vindictive activity against an elected county official for not licking the committee's boots regarding the recently passed county charter.
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