There are some nude only beaches on the Riviera. Some folks should stay clothed.
 August 25, 2016 at 4:26pm
Trump stiffed Cruz long before the convention. If Cruz had won, would Trump have come out and said “Oh didn’t mean it when I said those things”? Perhaps, but that would mean trump was a liar. Either he lied during the campaign when he attacked Cruz or he would have to lie when it was over.
August 19, 2016 at 8:39am
Why should they? Trump does more damage to himself with his own mouth. Trump is an unusual type for whom opposition makes him stronger yet when left alone he destroys himself.
 August 19, 2016 at 8:21am
” Pretty much only those with very infrequent personal interactions”
That would be you ana. At least half of what you think you know about Judaism is a lie.
 August 19, 2016 at 8:17am
Gustav isn’t half wrong. Most of the Jews who vote democrat don’t practice Judaism in its entirety. Many only maintain traditions if they feel like it. If you polled only orthodox and practicing Jews, you’d find most vote republican. It’s not an overwhelming majority though.
That said, the fact that republican Jews surprised you is evidence of your ignorance. Blacks vote over 95% blue yet a Republican black isn’t seen as strange. In contrast, the Jewish vote hovers between 65% and 75% democrat and the fact that republican Jews have a coalition is surprising? Might want to reevaluate.
 August 18, 2016 at 2:22pm
Some people support banning guns without knowing what makes those guns worse than any other.
August 16, 2016 at 2:34pm
True enough. Though they do fairly criticize the alcohol laws in pa. The lack of freedom on that issue is just pathetic.
 August 15, 2016 at 6:13pm
You mean like the second intifada?
 August 15, 2016 at 6:13pm
Then why is most American news biased against Israel?
 August 12, 2016 at 5:47pm
Or you could mention your plight to a few friends and get them to share. What’s wrong with that? Forget your textbook? Share or borrow one.
These are simple solutions that kids who aren’t used to thinking for themselves would overlook.
One of the senior managers for a major energy company was talking to a friend and the manager's comment was that some of their new employees were from MIT, RPI and UCLA. When a major blackout happened, they were told to sit down and do some major problem solving to get the system up and working. Apparently, they all kind of just sat there waiting to be told HOW to do it. The manager was incredulous.
Absolutely nothing wrong with that. But if it's not just the text book or borrowing a T-shirt for gym class or bumming a couple bucks for something to eat or redoing as many math problems as you can before first period so you don't get a zero, or borrowing someone else's trumpet for the tryout for chair placement, or needing colored pencils to color the map on your geography test, using resources that kids have and can access, why the violent reaction to the opinion that the kid call a family member? Why is that automatically and completely dismissed? School is out at 2:30. If I don't have my field trip fee turned in before the office door is locked, then I can't go to the museum next week. If I'm not allowed to call my family, how am I going to produce the $45 for the bus trip by the end of the school day from my fellow 5th graders who aren't even allowed to carry cash in school to pay for lunch? I contend that foreclosing all contact with parents is not problem solving but produces uncomfortable situations that could result in punishment and penalty. Why the desire to be so harsh and the glee with which our fellow commenters are so easily wanting to punish the students?
August 9, 2016 at 11:09am
What’s wrong with my analogy? America was not a close friend of Israel in 1967. Check the map location where the incident occurred. If I drew a line from Tel Aviv to Cairo, not only would the liberty have been south of the line, it would be closer to the coast line than the line I drew.
 August 8, 2016 at 10:39am
“Trumpsters didnt do this the “conscience” voters who wont put the country before self did.”
You almost sound like a liberal. Individuals don’t matter. Individual rights don’t matter. What matters is the collective.
The government isn’t the country, or at least it’s not supposed to be. The people are the country. The fact that an election is seen as determining the gate of the country is very indicative.
 August 8, 2016 at 10:33am
Working for a company isn’t the same as running it. If he was an executive that’d be one thing.
 August 7, 2016 at 12:05am
The liberty was a MILITARY intelligence ship designed for wartime intelligence gathering. And it was armed. Why would a military vessel be inside an active war zone?
Imagine this. We go to war with Mexico and during the fighting a Russian military intelligence ship comes within 20 miles of the coast where the battle is waging. What do you imagine their intentions are?
August 6, 2016 at 11:59pm
We signed an agreement? When? Last I checked no one actually signed the Iran deal.
August 1, 2016 at 6:21am
To say the current political field is trump versus NWO is like saying the war in Syria is just assad versus ISIS.
August 1, 2016 at 6:14am
I don’t care how you feel. You don’t live there, it doesn’t affect you, and you don’t even empathize with those who do live there.
When chamberlain gave Germany all of Czechoslavakja, guess who wasn’t invited. Some things don’t change. After all, where in all these discussions are the people of Crimea?
 July 27, 2016 at 1:09pm
America hasn’t officially recognized the armenian genocide.
July 27, 2016 at 1:05pm
And Yom Hashoah is not the same as holocaust remembered day. Look it up. They’re on completely different days.
 July 27, 2016 at 10:00am
Interesting, but you’re ignoring the law of unintended consequences. Your proposal might work at first, but a company could also find other ways. They might raise the lowest wages, but might lay off workers in the process. They might look to replace workers with automation. In other words, the same issues plaguing minimum wage.