Aug 13th 2012 6:12PM Ah! And in there lies the rub. The people in that state voted for a law that says the water that falls on your land comes under the "water rights" that you have,which are contolled by the state.
In a democracy,the people get the government they deserve. (elected)
Mar 8th 2011 8:29AM Never buy a used boat? This is beyond ridiculous! It is totally normal for a boater to start with a small runabout and, if boating continues to satisfy, move up in stages to where he or she owns a motor yacht or large sailing vessel.
If you bought this article's premise, your $100,000.00 thirty footer would be a disposable item! Total nonsense.
Dec 15th 2010 7:40AM The most important asset any company has is their workforce. Everybody's got a desk and a phone--it's the people that make the difference. Smart employers know this, and if they are not smart, they will eventually find out that treating people badly may grant short term gain, but will result in long term pain.
I've been in the recruiting field for 25 years and speak from experience.
Jul 22nd 2010 3:52PM "Another name that just a few short years ago was really cool and creative," says Wattenberg, "and Sarah Palin nixed that -- one of her kids is a Piper."
Can't there be just ONE piece from AOL that doesn't make some kind of personal jab at someone who's other than a left of center Dem cheerleader? Sheesh! Grow up people.
Mar 20th 2010 6:20PM Ooops! No wonder it was balanced it was Politics Daily and not Politico!
Mar 20th 2010 6:17PM At least we have a rational, balanced view from Politico--at last.
Normally, I fully expect a regurgitation of the latest Dem talking points.
This column was refreshing in it's honesty and thoughtfullness.
More of this and you might have real bipartisanship in Congress.
Feb 18th 2010 7:19AM If you would notice the "makeover" without someone telling you it was done, then it was OVERdone.
Don't kid yourself, ladies; many of your hearthrobs--particularly singers--sport tatooed eyelids, etc. It's just done so professionally that you don't consciously notice it.
Feb 15th 2010 7:42AM This "Politics Daily" should be called "Progressive Politics only Daily".
And I see the writer is--surprise--a journalism student from Northern California.
Someone ought to send her an old copy of the AP Style Book so she can distinguish an editorial from a piece masquerading as news story covering a convention.
Dec 8th 2009 4:04PM Yes, nothing is as simple as it seems.
However, if the Commander in Chief is making decisions regarding peace & war, you'd think he would have the same mental acumen as the writer of the piece.
Ah, but this group is all about "focus groups", "politics" and "power".
It's all so sad.
Sep 2nd 2009 3:17PM A perfect example here of rational thought. Not. :-)