I have a suggestion I think would help the economy. Since the banking industry received the huge bailouts from our government, yet so many Americans are still swimming in credit card debt, student debt, or are under water on their mortgages if they haven’t already lost their homes, I have to wonder why ordinary Americans aren’t being bailed out as well? I have a proposal that would help many Americans facing the discouragement of seemingly insurmountable debt.
You know what that means in spanish? Chinese
The Problem: Special interests$$$ made sure the People didn’t have the option not to have The Keystone Pipeline.
And the Mississippi is expected to become impassable any day now.
In a quandry over Syria's civil war, the U.S. seems - as usual - to be waiting to see who will win out before committing itself. It wouldn't want to be on the side of the loser. Recent reports, though, indicate that the U.S. may soon weigh in on the side of the rebels, not a particularly unified group. Terrorists are everywhere. They are all the people one doesn't like. The U.S.