Updated: April 17, 2014 6:34AM
A good businessman keeps his personal views personal. You don’t allow your personal issues to affect your bottom line.
Look at the last several presidents who have served our country. Nobody respects them. People don’t treat the office or the person with respect. Who in their right mind who want to run for this office? Who would put their family through that?
Upon leaving office, the longest-serving member of Congress, John Dingell, called his fellow politicians “obnoxious.” He called them out for not compromising and for serving someone other than the voters. Bravo, sir, for telling it like it is.
You don’t need to be a secret shopper to let a business owner know what their employees are doing. Pick up the phone.
Why do weather forecasts on TV give the temperatures of 12 towns within six miles of each other?
Eh, when you’re $16 trillion in debt, what’s another billion to provide aid to the Ukraine.
Donald Trump had some nerve suggesting that Kim Novak’s plastic surgeon should be sued. Trump’s barber should be executed.
Any chance of selling Texas to Mexico?
Why does Indiana hire people to judge if the Illiana Tollroad would be a worthwhile venture then disregard the findings that it won’t solve our problems? Illinois sure found suckers.
I get the concept of freedom of speech. But just because you have the right to say something doesn’t mean you should say something. Saying cruel, callous and evil things just to hurt someone says more about you than the intended target.