BAXTER - Community service by man and canine were recognized in Baxter on Tuesday. Patrick Pickar, past vice president of the U.S.
I certainly agree with the Terry McCollough article in the Dispatch "No free college until the U.S. digs out of fiscal mess.
I remember the explosion of gasoline prices in 2007-08. I also remember how the liberals howled for a year during the crisis. They tried to blame the entire mess on George Bush. George Bush is part of big oil! George Bush was somehow still involved with big oil! George Bush is president of the U.S. and is doing nothing to change things! George Bush and Dick Cheney are ripping off the public to enrich the big oil fat cat friends! Bush is totally evil! Down with Bush! Impeach Bush!
MINNEAPOLIS (AP) - In his work with Doctors Without Borders, a Minnesota physician has seen plenty of suffering and human misery.
You've got to hand it to Bruce Kaufman. As president of the U.S. Lawn Mower Racing Association (USLMRA), he has actually turned yard work into a competitive sport.
WASHINGTON - It's generally agreed that the China trade
WASHINGTON - American exporters already are pursuing sales to Cuba even as Congress finishes work on legislation that would allow Fidel Castro to buy U.S. food for the first time in four decades.
WASHINGTON - While Tuesday's elections have left most Americans feeling unsatisfied, the ambiguous results seem to be playing well with at least one group: the business community.
President-of-the-U.S.-Economy Alan Greenspan has cut interest rates, but President-elect Bush says it's not enough. W. wants that whopping tax cut he ran on to stimulate the economy further.
WASHINGTON - The recent woes of delayed air travelers result from the government's "staggering failure" to invest in airports, planes and air traffic control systems, business leaders and passenger advocates say.
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