That is my experience as well. It's a shame for America that these low-information people are allowed to vote.
Good, it's not a President's job to get involved in that. You might be what we like to call a 'racist'.
My cousin Johnnie is the shame of the family. He's had two failed marriages and 4 bankruptcies.
Plus at family gatherings he ends up insulting everyone. He's basically a loser.
To top it off, Johnnie got a doctor to give him a medical deferment from Vietnam because he had "bone spurs" in his feet. Johnnie has managed to enjoy a lifetime of golf somehow. Like I said, Johnnie is the shame of the family.
Donald Trump was the source material for the writers of "Back to the Future II" when they modeled the character "Biff Tannen" after him. True story.
it was in large part a war for cheap oil so that americans could continue their joyriding in their bloated SUV's. If it was about actual WMD's and crazy dictators then N. Korea would have been a higher priority. But N. Korea has zero oil.
I agree 100%, and so do a growing number of Americans.
Over the years, William R. Ponsoldt had earned tens of millions of dollars building a string of successful companies. He had renovated apartment buildings in the New York City area. Bred Arabian horses. Run a yacht club in the Bahamas, a rock quarry in Michigan, an auto-parts company in Canada, even a multibillion-dollar hedge fund.
Now, as he neared retirement, Mr. Ponsoldt, of Jensen Beach, Fla., had a special request for Mossack Fonseca, a Panama-based law firm well placed in the world of offshore finance: How could he confidentially shift his money into overseas bank accounts and use them to buy real estate and move funds to his children?
“He is the manager of one of the richest hedge funds in the world,” a lawyer at Mossack Fonseca wrote when the firm was introduced to Mr. Ponsoldt in 2004. “Primary objective is to maintain the utmost confidentiality and ideally to open bank accounts without disclosing his name as a private person.”
In summary, the firm explained: “He needs asset protection schemes, which we are trying to sell him.”
Thus began a relationship that would last at least through 2015 as Mossack Fonseca managed eight shell companies and a foundation on the family’s behalf, moving at least $134 million through seven banks in six countries — little of which could be traced directly to Mr. Ponsoldt or his children.
These transactions and others like them for a stable of wealthy clients from the United States are outlined in extraordinary detail in the trove of internal Mossack Fonseca documents known as the Panama Papers. The materials were obtained by the German newspaper Süddeutsche Zeitung and the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists, and have now been shared with The New York Times.
Republicans don't think talking about George Bush is relevant anymore. Imagine how they feel about bringing up WWII.
FoxNews has caused 50% of America to become the laughing stock of every science-based country on the planet. LOL
Great post! Where did you download your PhD in climatology questinator?
i see a thumbs down to holding the news media accountable. I agree.
If they were fair and balanced they would. It's an extremely important question to consider for the human species, and many other species that are already dying out because of global warming.
Maybe Fox thinks birth certificates are more important issues for the human race. That's what makes them the great news organization that they are.
FoxNews predicted Romney would beat Obama.
I would buy a fire extinguisher. You can shoot a gun at a fire but it's not going to help put it out.
Mr. Trump, why do you think republicans disagree with democrats and climate scientists on climate science.
Then, if Megan Kelly is a real journalist, she wouldn't let him juke and jive and start talking about how he's being attacked by the media.
a one degree rise in average global temperature is a huge huge deal. Rednecks ignore it because they can just turn on the a/c. (ironically, the a/c was invented by a man who believed in science).
Al Gore called it. Too bad the Supreme Court called the election for Bush, who went out and attacked the wrong country, serving Americans up a 4 trillion dollar fee, which could have been used to put solar, wind or geothermal on every american home.
As they say in economics.... "Opportunity lost".
Cheap gas only contributes to global warming.
How ya enjoying that 113 degree heat in Tucson today?
I support high gas prices. We need to conserve gas for our children and our children's children (if we care about them). High gas prices will force conservation of oil, people won't conserve only for the sake of their kids futures.