NOTE: @CrimeADay would like to apologize to you single people who thought you had something to be happy about. The limit for you is 100 gallons per year.
There is, however, no federal limit on private cat ownership.
— A Crime a Day (@CrimeADay) February 10, 2019
When it comes to legislating economic policies, positive incentives work better than negative ones. Micromanaging corporate capital activities isn’t the way to achieve the stated goals that Schumer and Sanders want. The tweaks above would be a start in the right direction.
Emphasis mine. You won’t get far pushing the river (or a string), but you can dig a canal.
- Small towns will get taken advantage of for not knowing how to negotiate huge development deals with large, multi-national corporations.
- The tax concessions for the Foxconn deal were ridiculously large. Terrible negotiating, per point 1.
- Who voted for this guy DeGroot? The president of this township board comes off as hateful of the people in his town. How he continues to win elections is baffling.
Officials in Sandusky, Ohio have decided their city will no longer observe Columbus Day as a holiday and will swap it with Election Day instead.
This will give workers in municipal offices throughout the city the day off on Election Day.
This needs to happen everywhere.
— Ricky Davila (@TheRickyDavila) February 7, 2019
Really interesting story. Always going to be checking if my flight plan goes over Iran now.
R’s: Clinton is blowing up deficit!
Clinton eliminates deficit.
Bush blows up deficit.
Cheney: Deficits don’t matter!
R’s: Obama is blowing up deficit!
Obama reduces deficit.
Trump blows up deficit.
Mulvaney: Nobody cares about deficits!
— Michael Grunwald (@MikeGrunwald) February 6, 2019
February 07, 2019 at 09:57AM
Last month’s government shutdown cost $3 billion in lost economic activity.
The polar vortex cost $5 billion in lost economic activity.