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(The majority of this article was snipped from a Daily Kos piece by Laura Clawson. With the huge number of workers in the “Tipped Wage” category all around the US, I thought this was important information for us all.)
1 in 10 American workers work in restaurants. Isn’t it time to ... Continue Reading →
The dog days of summer are here in the United States and the news is full of death and destruction. The tragic shoot down of the Malaysian Airlines flight exemplifies the madness the world is now experiencing – not only over the fields of eastern Ukraine but other places as well.
The ... Continue Reading →
In the beginning, there was Ibrahim and Sarah. God spoke to Ibrahim and told him to be patient and he would have a child. When Sarah would not take with child, Ibrahim took a hand-maiden named Hagar. Hagar was pregnant almost immediately. Then Sarah was pregnant too. God spoke to Ibrahim again and ... Continue Reading →
My specialty is not food – except for eating it. I buy cookbooks and peruse recipes to try at home, if I’m motivated. Too often, I am not that motivated.
I do not eat meat and am fairly health conscious, but I do have a few bad eating habits. I’ve known people with severe allergies who ... Continue Reading →
They couldn’t stop it when it was originally in Congress. They couldn’t gather enough votes to repeal it thereafter. They couldn’t get it completely overturned in court. And they couldn’t defeat the President who fought for the bill and signed it into law.
So now, they’re ... Continue Reading →
Tonight, July 22, 2014 the Mesquite, NV City Council will hear public comments, do other business, and read the draft of the Proposed Ordinances regulating Medical Marijuana facilities in the City. The path to this point has been tortuous and filled with misinformation and bias from those opposing ... Continue Reading →
The news about what is happening in Iraq has receded into the background. As you recall, last month a violent Sunni insurgency movement called ISIS secured large portions of the country. In response to the crisis, President Obama sent advisors to help the Iraq government stop a potential civil war. ... Continue Reading →
President Obama has recently sent troops to Iraq. The first announcement was for 100 troops. In the second announcement, the President stated that 300 more than troops were needed. Now is not the time to get heart palpitations nor to worry that we will be drawn into further combat in Iraq. The American ... Continue Reading →