Really - did you even read then think about what you read before you commented? Apparently not -
Where we are in Camp Lejeune, there is a Commissary and another on MCAS New River, not 10 miles apart. I think that in its self is a waste of money. NEX on Both bases, and i know i can drive to one if i want to shop but most the time i shop off base. Now they are putting solar panels up like an acres worth, who's taking care of those civilians. Supply well come on you could have more military who are on light duty etc....run that. When we went there to turn in gear and or supplies there were lazy people over there sitting around doing nothing....so i see cuts there. The only way we used the education services was when deployed via pc other than that, never did. Some of the cuts i can see some well time will tell.
having been a military brat I went to school on a few military bases and few public schools, there was zero difference between the two, other than on base schools you only associated with other military brats!
I currently assist my elderly parents with their shopping and I shop for them at the commissary on base as is their wish, there is no difference in the prices, EXCEPT a lot of times I can get different items off base cheaper than at the commissary. As for those pointing out taxes for items at the commissary. In Arizona there is no tax on food items so that is a moot point for us.
So the CBO is either lying or misinformed as to their statement that there is a 7 percent subsidy for the commissaries and their patrons!
March 1, 2013 at 2:58pm
“He put me in danger, and other people,” he told WOFL-TV
No he didn’t, he didn’t even come close. You potentionally ended the lives of innocent people when you knew little of the facts. Had my family been in the parking lot of that Walmart, I would have cheered the police for arresting you.
February 28, 2013 at 11:02am
States have the right to bar minorities from voting?
February 22, 2013 at 1:09pm
Without reading the article, you first must correct the obvious mistake in your title, “Have You Thought About These Counterarguments to Allowing Women in Combat?”
Women are already allowed in combat and have been for quite awhile now. Consideration is now be given to allowing women into direct combat roles.
"Allowed" that was then, this is now......."Forced".
but not on the front lines
February 21, 2013 at 3:19pm
It was Jesus’ uncoditional love that was politically incorrect, both for that day as well as ours.
There should be no doubt that if this pastor saw a beaten man on the side of the road that he knew to be gay, he would pass him by on the other side.
February 8, 2013 at 1:01pm
No person who believes in concepts of Justice and freedom should in any way defend Saudi Arabia for any action they perform. The regime there is among the wrost of the human rights abusers on the planet. People should be appaled everytime a member of the Saudi Royalty is mentioned in the news.
February 8, 2013 at 12:57pm
No one would be prosecuted because there was no crime committed by the NYT.
February 8, 2013 at 12:54pm
That’s right, it should be between you and your doctor, but that is impossible since it is illegal in most states. Hence, the need for government involvement, which should never have been involved in the first place.
February 8, 2013 at 12:51pm
It is beyond belief that ‘limited-government’ individuals are arguing against a bill expanding individual freedom.
No, it's absolutely believable. Most of the small government types on this board are only in favor of the freedoms they think we should have. They are not really any different from the large government types. Pepole in favour of real freedom are not wanted on this board.
its not beyond belief when you consider they are the same ones who think USA should bomb middle east to pieces, nominate McCain instead of Ron Paul, and Romney instead of Ron Paul.
This isn't about allowing people to die. These laws are about allowing doctors to kill people. You want to kill yourself badly enough there's little anyone can do to stop you. But doctors have more important things to do than assist in suicide. If you have no will to live let the doctors treat those who do wish to live. Asking them to help kill you instead of saving others is just selfish.
Yes, suicide is a selfish act. But that is not the quesion. Whether someone kills themselves or asks someone else to push a button - it is the same thing