Delonte, Davon and Calhoun. Getting a college education! DUH!
Yeah, I'm sure they be protestin to gits thems loans forgiven!
They should have arrested everyone that filmed this sickening, disgusting behavior instead of helping that poor woman!
Probably showed all their hommies the fine video they took!
Kinda hard to blame budget cuts when is so obvious that it's union employees fault.
Next the vomits will be telling us the cuts were retro.
No worries. Based on their error in thought process, they can always get a union job driving a train full of people.
Who cares about the workers Shep, we're talking about the shareholders. You know the REAL owners of the company.
$7.26? Is that even legal?
The closures have also fueled a bizarre conspiracy theory that the US military is planning to enact martial law this summer under the guise of a Special Operations exercise called Jade Helm 15.
According to the theory the military will use the shuttered Wal-Mart stores as "processing" facilities for Americans once martial law is hatched.
You think Obama will leave the USA like he left Illinois? For a republican to fix?
CHICAGO (Reuters) - No one answers the Illinois Tobacco Quitline's telephone anymore.
Its 27 staff members were laid off suddenly last week when the stop-smoking program's $3 million grant was suspended as part of $26 million in immediate spending cuts by the state.
For a state grappling with a $1.6 billion budget deficit, which has made Illinois a poster child for fiscal woes, the amount is a small drop in the big bucket of cuts needed to close the gap. But for some average citizens, the cuts threaten their daily well-being.
So poor you can't bury your loved ones? Look elsewhere. Need specialized help for an autistic child? Look elsewhere.
New Republican Governor Bruce Rauner, who campaigned on promises to get the state's finances under control, implemented the cuts.
They came on top of the suspension of $180 million in grants for park improvements that Rauner put in place three months after taking office. In April he announced the $26 million in cuts to health and other services. He had already agreed with lawmakers to a 2.25 percent across-the-board spending cut as he tries to plug the hole in the state budget.
Those cuts pale compared with the $6 billion in spending cuts and savings that Rauner wants for the fiscal year that starts in July. A full one-third of that amount is designed to come from a controversial proposed change to the pension plan for public employees.
"You are taking from people who are in dire need," said Stefan Dawson, whose 6-year-old son gets help for autism spectrum disorder through The Autism Program, a statewide network that serves about 15,000 families. It immediately lost $1 million in funding for April-June and could lose $4 million for the upcoming fiscal year.
"The governor has a lot of responsibilities, but you have to sit down and see what is important and what is working before you make irrational decisions to cut dollars on the backs of families who don't have the resources to go somewhere else," Dawson said.
Those people just don't have it in them to accept the law.
Charges were dismissed against Chicago Police Officer Dante Servin in the 2012 shooting death of Rekia Boyd, 22.
The attached chart displays the trajectory of the stock, Voltari Corp., whose price has risen on all but one day since Icahn disclosed a 52.3 percent stake on March 31. The holding stemmed from a rights offering, in which current shareholders were asked to buy more stock.
Pretty sad state of the ObamaDepression when people are BEGGING for their jobs back at WalMart!
You mean they can't prance right down to their local Costco's, Krogers and Aldi's and secure new job making better wages?
I'm sure an Amazon fulfillment center could easily accept 2,200 people in 5 states as great as they are doing!
Yea I remember. I remember land lines and horse drawn carriages too. So what's your point?
DENVER (Reuters) - Police in Colorado have cited a 37-year-old man for carrying his computer into an alley then shooting it eight times with a handgun after what authorities said had been a long battle with the uncooperative machine.