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Cash-strapped US Postal Service to launch clothing line
Wed Feb 20, 2013
Yeah, that should get them out of that quarterly loss!
Chicken or coffee? Gay marriage or no? When companies take sides
Wed Aug 8, 2012
If you put another disgusting picture like that on your site, I will change my homepage.
Matching orange shirts get workers fired
Mon Mar 19, 2012
'Buy black' experiment gathering momentum
Tue May 12, 2009
Once again this article is another example of how the media wants to keep discrimination (in this case reverse) alive in America. This type of article is the reason that I no longer subscribe to a local, regional, and national newspaper. I love the good news when I hear that the NY Times is los …
Now, even lawyers are getting axed
Mon Apr 13, 2009
First of all, I love all of the lawyer jokes. I have always said that lawyers are just crooks in suits. They make their living off of the mistakes of others. They are one of the reasons that consumers pay higher prices for everything.
Congress sends Obama pay discrimination bill
Tue Jan 27, 2009
That's just great. Let's make it easier to sue the companies that are left in this country. Our elected officials already have fat pockets (and purses) from all of the free trade agreements. Now they can stuff their jackets (and bras) from law firms that will benefit from the litigation.
Auburn AD: Tuberville's resignation a surprise
Thu Dec 4, 2008
I believe Tuberville did an outstanding job during his ten years at Auburn. He had a very impressive win percentage against top 10 teams, and a six year winning streak against Alabama. The recruits that he brought to Auburn were good athletes on and off of the field.
Fri Mar 13, 2009
What a joke! First, the NAACP, ACORN, Jesse Jackson, Al Sharpton, etc. cried, complained, and whined that blacks could not get loans because they were black. Now that banks have made loans to them, the poor blacks were charged higher rates.
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