I find it funny. How long have they been trying to convince you of that. I remember about 6-1/2 years ago, Jeff Macke on Fast Money on CNBC was telling people to short AMZN when it was $38 a share. No wonder that clown went insane on live TV and got canned by CNBC. He either lost his mind or was on some super duper drugs but it was funny as hell. Relive the old times. Do a search for Jeff Macke loses it on CNBC youtube. He was going off on 'the car people' and nobody had a clue what he was talking about.
I would pick Rand Paul. He is honest. He said don't blame Obama for the problems in the middle east blame Cheney and Bush and he's right about that.
I thought the bill had already been signed but it looks like it hasn't yet but I'm sure its just a matter of time with that backwards, 19th century state.
Here's the story on it:
By Jon Herskovitz
March 27 (Reuters) - The Arkansas Senate overwhelmingly approved on Friday a Republican-backed bill whose authors say is intended to protect religious freedoms but critics contend could allow businesses to refuse service to gay people.
The Republican governor of Indiana signed into law a similar "religious freedom" bill on Thursday, prompting protests from human rights groups and criticism from some business leaders.
The bill advancing in the Republican-led Arkansas legislature says "governments should not substantially burden the free exercise of religion without compelling justification."
Supporters say a business should not be forced to, for example, cater a same-sex wedding if doing so would violate the religious beliefs of the owner.
Two of the most powerful companies in the United States, retailer Wal-Mart Stores Inc, which has its home office in Arkansas, and technology giant Apple Inc have criticized the measure.
"We feel this legislation is counter to this core basic belief of respect for the individual and sends the wrong message about Arkansas, as well as the diverse environment which exists in the state," a Walmart spokesman said in a statement.
Apple CEO Tim Cook, referring to the measures in the two states, said in a tweet: "Apple is open for everyone. We are deeply disappointed in Indiana's new law and calling on Arkansas Gov. to veto the similar HB1228."
The measure passed the Arkansas House in February by a comfortable margin and now goes back to it for consideration of amendments in the Senate version. Governor Asa Hutchinson, a Republican, has said he would sign the measure into law.
A U.S. judge last year struck down the state's ban on same-sex marriage but the decision has been put on hold pending appeals. (Reporting by Jon Herskovitz and Steve Barnes; Editing by Sandra Maler & Kim Coghill
The same goes for Arkansas. They just signed almost the same hate bill as Indiana. The Arkansas Shill-billies are the armpit of America. They want to discriminate against anyone they feel is below them but the fact is, there is nobody below those goobers. They're just to dumb to realize it.
It depends on conditions (temperature, humidity etc.). So it takes anywhere from 5 to 10 years, depending on conditions, for formaldehyde to dissipate.
Great call. Is that why they call you the Oracle of the Appalachians? On the bright side, if you have any children you hate, you can enjoy the fact that there will be nothing left to leave them when you die.
Quit the lying. This is peoples health we're dealing with. Have you know shame? Depending on conditions, it can emit toxic gases from these products for 5-10 years.
Seriously, is there anybody here who would buy anything from Lumber Liquidators now? I wouldn't go anywhere near one of their products. This could quite possibly be the end of this company and I say good riddance. If you want to sell illegal and unsafe products to boost your precious profit margin, there is no place in this country for you.
What do you think they should do? Split the company into a bunch of tiny little pyramids so it takes the SEC longer to prove an illegal scheme?
Its just a matter of you take what you can get. Look at the Bush clan family. That is one ugly family.
That stupidity blew up in their face big time and they had to do a 180. How many customers have they lost for life because they tried to screw people over. People don't like when others try to screw them over and I'm one of those people. I went with H & R Block and am happy with their software although I'm unable to finish my return yet because I'm waiting on the 1099's from my brokerage accounts. I plan on sticking with Block. They're not the ones that tried to play a con game on me. I'll never trust Intuit again.
Just a typical republican. Love to see blood and guts strewn across the battlefield of others but are allergic to the military themselves.
I usually do not shop at Walmart but we just needed some scotch tape and some envelopes so I stopped to get it at Walmart since I was going by there anyway. The place was deserted. This was about 9:30 this morning. It was like having the whole store to myself. I love shopping when stores are so empty. When I went to pay there was on person with some socks walking into the self serve area and nobody else there. I went down to the human cashiers to give them some business. They had two lines open and both were standing by the main aisle waiting for somebody to come along to be checked out. I guess everybody spent their money on the cheap stuff when the doors opened and they were done.
No looting at Wal-Mart. The looters do not want what they have. Might be an indication why they keep lowering sales guidance.
Missouri Grand Jury Won’t Decide on Michael Brown Killing This Weekend
By Tim Bross Nov 22, 2014 3:59 PM CT 2 Comments Email Print
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The Missouri grand jury deciding whether to charge a Ferguson police officer in the August killing of an unarmed black teenager won’t make a decision this weekend, a law enforcement official familiar with the deliberations said as tensions in the St. Louis suburb remain high.
The decision by the grand jury, composed of nine whites and three blacks, was widely expected today with an announcement tomorrow. The law enforcement official, who wasn’t authorized to speak about the deliberations, declined to speculate on why the grand jury hadn’t reached a decision and said law enforcement doesn’t know what will happen next week.
Officer Darren Wilson, 28, shot at least six times and killed Michael Brown, 18, in a street encounter on Aug. 9., triggering days of sometimes violent protests, looting and a police response that was criticized as militaristic. The shooting rekindled a national dialogue on race and American law enforcement.
Some eyewitnesses said Brown was shot while raising his hands in surrender. Police said he attacked Wilson while the officer was in his patrol car.
Workers Say Walmart Chairman Owes $7.8 Billion Tax
By Paul Ausick April 15, 2014 1:45 pm EST
A new report from a coalition called Americans for Tax Fairness (ATF) claims that Wal-Mart Stores Inc. (NYSE: WMT), Chairman Rob Walton and the entire Walton family owe the United States some $7.8 billion in taxes for 2013. The amount is calculated on what the group calls subsidies to the company and its majority owners, the Walton family.
You still have the after hours trading to get out before the earnings release tomorrow.
Standpoint Research Initiates Coverage on Wal-Mart Stores, Inc. at Strong Sell