"We understand how oppressive that song can be and if you accept our offer, you will never have to hear it again," said a joint spokesperson. "We would also invite them to deposit their funds in our banks and invest in our countries. It would be worthwhile."
"The State of Illinois is past the point of no return. It does not have the ability to raise taxes or cut spending to the degree necessary to reduce the annual cost of bond and retiree benefits from 33% to a sustainable level...The insolvency is not the result of too much bonded debt, but rather the government promising retirement and other post-employment benefits that aren’t affordable."
"They also obtained an eyewitness account indicating Russian nuclear officials had routed millions of dollars to the U.S. designed to benefit former President Bill Clinton’s charitable foundation during the time Secretary of State Hillary Clinton served on a government body that provided a favorable decision to Moscow."
The following video and comments were received by a concerned citizen
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"Both the 6 and 10 pm newscasts on KBJR on Saturday contained a five minute totally fake news segment making UMD and Duluth look like racists.
KBJR knowingly misrepresented the black hanging doll incident at UMD as a racist act even though they knew full well that it was hung by a black student as a prop for a horror film that they were playing.
The report contained interviews with people who falsely referred to it as a racist act, never once correcting the false narrative nor ever saying that the student who hung the doll was black. Kbjr showed a heavily edited quote from the student, but made it look like the quote was from a UMD board member who was condemning the hanging doll, rather than it actually being a quote from the black student who was the one who hung the doll. In the black student's original statement, he clearly admitted that he hung the doll, but KBJR edited that out."
Project Veritas published a new video Thursday in which a New York Times editor based in London confirms what most readers already knew: The paper has essentially given up on objectivity as long as President Trump is around.
"They just want somebody to just give them a job so they can all drink beer with their buddies and go four-wheeling and snowmobiling with their buddies, not having to think about anything except punching a clock."
In other words, they think Miners are despicable rubes who dare to want to live normal lives with their families. And to be a good person in their world means getting funding from the Government and/or George Soros to destroy all mining?
I guess they want Miners to simply destroy their own lives and live in a box.
Sanders wrote in a letter to Graduate Students United "it is not my intention to tell you how to vote" in the union elections, scheduled to take place over Tuesday and Wednesday, before going on to voice his support for labor advocates who face off with employers who want to make "all the decisions unilaterally."
In Minnesota, the cost per alien to state taxpayers is $4,885. The report estimates there are 150,434 illegal aliens and their children residing in Minnesota. The total cost of illegal aliens and their children to Minnesota taxpayers in 2017 is a staggering $734,890,769.
"I have always believed in the core values expressed in the [National Labor Relations] Act, which can be paraphrased as protecting the rights of employees to engage in union or other protected, concerted activity with respect to wages, hours and working conditions as well as the rights of employees to refrain from such activity. And once employees have freely chosen a labor organization to represent them, the act promotes collective bargaining. I believe these principles are the foundations of our successful economic system"
The NFL needs its fans a lot more than the fans need the NFL.
Commissioner Roger Goodell is just starting to figure this out as the decline in attendance and TV viewers continue to wane.
“Dilbert” cartoonist Scott Adams called it right. President Trump can’t lose this debate because “gravity is on his side.”
After Trump denounced the kneelers, more kneelers came out to virtue signal merely to ‘resist’ the president, thus enraging their fans even more. Too many players went full-SJW mode, apparently not caring that most of their fans do not support socialism, the Antifa or Black Lives Matter. They simply want to watch a football game and be entertained while suspending disbelief long enough to pretend that their support of their team somehow ties them in tribally with that team.
The kneelers shattered that illusion. Many fans began to realize they had nothing in common whatsoever with most of the spoiled millionaire players who continue to publicly display contempt for their country, their flag and their fans. (Now ex-fans) Why support players who hate you?
Roger Goodell showed abject weakness from the very beginning by not decisively punishing Kaepernick for kneeling during the anthem and now the subversive virus has spread. It remains to be seen if he will be able to quell the protests. Yes, we are guaranteed free speech in our Constitution, but that doesn’t mean we are guaranteed not to suffer the consequences of our free speech.
If an employee routinely insulted customers, his boss can fire him because he knows it hurts the business. How much more the NFL will suffer remains to be seen, but many fans will not return. After making his “every one should stand for the National Anthem “ statement, Roger Goodell said Wednesday that “there has been no policy change” regarding players standing for the national anthem before games. Yet another fumble by the NFL.
Trump’s swift kick to the NFL’s bottom line got their attention. Now will they stand to attention? Stay tooned.
The Duluth Police Department would like to notify the public on the release and relocation of Level III Predatory Offender 55 year old, Willie James Vaughn-Bey. Vaughn-Bey is currently living in the vicinity of the 200 North block of 22nd Avenue West in Duluth. Offender has a history of sexual contact with teenage and adult female victims. Contact included sexual touching; contact with the adult victim also included penetration. Force was used to gain compliance and the offender was known to both victims. Vaughn-Bey is described as a black male, 5’9" tall, 177 lbs., with brown eyes and black hair.
Fact sheets on Vaughn-Bey will be available online at www.doc.state.mn.us/level3/search.asp and at the Duluth Police Department. For more information, contact Sergeant Tait Erickson of the Duluth Police Department at (218) 730-5609.
The Duluth Police Department would like to notify the public on the release and relocation of Level III Predatory Offender 41 year old, Jason Edward Koehler. Koehler is currently living in the vicinity of the 100 North block of 1st Avenue West in Duluth. Offender has a history of sexual conduct and contact with minor female victims between the ages of 7 and 16 years of age. Sexual conduct included offender engaging in sexually explicit conversation with the 16 year old victim. Contact included offender touching a 7 year old victim. Offender was also known to victims. Koehler is described as a Caucasian male, 6’3" tall, 232 lbs., with hazel eyes and red hair.
Fact sheets on Koehler will be available online at www.doc.state.mn.us/level3/search.asp and at the Duluth Police Department. For more information, contact Sergeant Tait Erickson of the Duluth Police Department at (218) 730-5609.
Superior, Wisconsin has been named one of the Best Small Cities to Start a Business in a 2017 study conducted by WalletHub. Superior was ranked 16 out of 1,200 small cities with populations between 25,000 and 100,000.
WalletHub used three key dimensions to determine the rankings: Business Environment, Access to Resources, and Business Costs. Superior scored highest in the Business Environment rank with a 32 and received an overall score of 48.39.
Other regional cities were also ranked, including West Fargo, Grand Forks, St. Cloud, Moorhead, Wausau and DFL Duluth.
Minnesota’s 59 percent premium increases on its individual health insurance market have been shocking consumers and politicians alike, but they’re not even the highest in the country.
New figures released Monday show an average premium increase of 25 percent in the 39 states using the federal HealthCare.gov insurance exchange. Minnesota uses a state-run exchange, MNsure. Among the 43 states with available data, Minnesota has the fourth-highest premium increase, behind Tennessee, Oklahoma and the 116 percent increase in Arizona. All three states use HealthCare.gov.
College is going to be one of the biggest investments of your life...which is why you should just trust what the student loan companies tell you without even thinking twice about how much you could be screwed after school has ended.