In a settlement over its weak controls of money-laundering, the banking giant, HSBC is expected to pay a fine of almost $2 billion dollars.
Archive for December 10th, 2012
Two Faces Of Colorado – Pot Becomes Legal Today, Landlord Raises Rent On Obama Voters (VIDEO & IMAGE)
The eclectic mix of pro-pot liberals, civil libertarians and right-wing Teavangelists makes Colorado as interesting as it is beautiful.
Reduction in the union’s ability to support unionized workers negatively affects those outside their industry. The result is a shrinking middle class.
After making them his only prominent cause, a Minnesota Republican sells special needs children down the river right when they need him most.
The Anonymous TYLER system stands poised to change the rules of not only the internet, but of society itself.
One would think that coat hangers, a reminder of why we should never go back to the pre-Roe vs. Wade dark ages would be the last thing anti-choicers would want to associate themselves with.
Jon Stewart’s plan for the brilliant satire of ‘The Daily Show’ was nearly dead on arrival thanks to disagreements with former staffers.
The rumors of a challenger to John Boehner’s position as Speaker of the House now have a name attached to them, Congressman Tom Price of Georgia
When government officials blatantly conceal their dealings, it should raise enough red flags to make Stalin weep with joy.
A blood and bones political race between bona fide stars with future Presidential potential would be the ‘get’ of all political ‘gets.’
As off-shoring advantages erode, Apple and Daimler are each investing $100 million to expand production in the US. Will others follow?
There will always be those who take advantage, but we cannot allow that to be the reason to deprive others who are really in need.
Who will take up the standard for the Republican Party now? Only 29% approve of Boehner, just 47% feel positive about Romney, only 33% like Rubio, and (Jeb) Bush polls at 39%.
The paradigm shift of a less centralized media is the only solution to a negligent mainstream media. Luckily that realization is starting to bear fruit.
Embrace all the origins and stories and archaic reasons we do what we do. Celebrate in your own way and enjoy the season!
How the University of Phoenix and other for-profit universities charge more, lobby against publicly-funded education, and deliver less bang for the buck.