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Jul 16th 2011 9:37PM Cross, the harm and the down side is that the government shouldn't be in control of what we eat, healthy foods or not. It controls too much as it is.
Jul 16th 2011 9:30PM Alex, I'm waiting for this to happen any day here in the U.S. It is not the government's place to say what we eat. That is a personal choice.
Jul 23rd 2010 2:18PM I'll order Starz just to see "Flashforward"!
May 26th 2010 2:00AM In the larger scheme of things, Ms. Kagan, if selected as a Supreme Court Justice, will have much higher callings than her hair, makeup and clothes. When you see the Supreme Court it is usually clothed in black from neck to ankles anyway. These people are dealing with issues much larger than a decision whether to wear a Chanel suit with Christian Louboutin shoes. Let the lady decide for herself how she wants to wear her hair and how she likes to dress. It's her choice. And besides, it isn't Ms. Givhan's business nor is it ours.
Feb 13th 2010 1:32AM Maybe we should just say God help her if any of the press ask her any questions at all.
Jan 7th 2010 5:03PM BIG D, I couldn't have said it better! You're so right!
Nov 4th 2009 8:17AM I thoroughly enjoyed the pilot for the new "V". I watched the older one over the weekend and the new one is sleek and up to date with a great cast. It moved along well and had enough suspense and drama plus mystery to keep me coming back for more. We'll see how the writers do with it as time goes on, but I'm sticking with it for now.
Oct 11th 2009 1:36PM Openeyes, you have it right. Just read The Creature From Jekyll Island by G. Edward Griffin about the founding and purpose of the Federal Reserve and believe me, it will open your eyes as well as shock the heck out of you. The word "federal" was only put in the name so that people would think it's a part of the government. It isn't. Everyone should read this book, then we'd all know why Ron Paul wants to get rid of the Fed.
Oct 11th 2009 1:31PM Ron, amen to that! If he owes that much in taxes, just think what his taxable income is.
Aug 25th 2009 12:56AM This is gross negligence, carelessness and enabling at its worst. Michael Jackson may have been addicted, but that was no excuse for this doctor to do what he did. He was not helping but was collecting a lot of money from M.J. to keep him addicted, and eventually his actions submitting to the irrational demands of his patient resulted in death. Dr. Murray might be called upon to remember the dictum, "First do no harm." I am very sorry for the family of M.J. and for his children, as this death was needless.