As gasoline prices hit and in some area pass $4.00 a gallon, what happened to the outrage from Congress we saw in the past? “Someone is making a killing,” said John Kerry, Democrat Senator from Massachusetts. “The American public is angry. They have a sense they are being held hostage to you, the oil companies. […]
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- Weekend buzzkill: gas tax and licensing fee increases take effect this Friday June 29, 2016This holiday weekend, commemorate your independence by paying more in taxes. On Friday, July 1st, your gas tax and car licensing fees are going up.
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- Susan Rice Admits She Got High, Used Hallucinogenics Until 1990 October 20, 2016Obama administration National Security Adviser Susan Rice admitted on security clearance forms that she has used “hallucinogenics” and smoked marijuana for “recreational use” until 1990, according to a copy of forms published on the hacker website Wikileaks. The post Susan Rice Admits She Got High, Used Hallucinogenics Until 1990 appeared first on Washington Free Beacon.
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- Airline Competition October 19, 2016“President Obama promised to fight corporate concentration,” says public interest journalist Justin Elliott. “Eight years later, the airline industry is dominated by just four companies.” It’s true that what were seven major airlines in 2008 have merged into four today. The Antiplanner isn’t sure, however, that this is a bad thing. According to Wikipedia, in […]
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