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Friday 04/26/13

Administration Broadened Farmer Discrimination Payouts
It took me about six paragraphs reading a New York Times article, "U.S. Opens Spigot After Farmers Claim Discrimination," to come to the conclusion: There will be congressional hearings over this one.[Read Full Blog Post]
Posted at 8:55PM CDT 04/26/13 by Chris Clayton | Post a Comment
Comments (6)
And still some people think government should be in charge of our health care and that government will lower the cost of health care.
Posted by Lon Truly at 10:41PM CDT 04/26/13
Obama continues to go to great lengths to sabatoge this country!
Posted by Bill Billson at 8:00AM CDT 04/29/13
"Change You Can Believe In?" I have three quarters in my pocket-I believe that's about all the change I'm going to get.
Posted by Ric Ohge at 10:42AM CDT 04/29/13
Ric is right on this one, only change from this administration you can count on is- change your money into someone else's.
Posted by Larry Jones at 9:19PM CDT 04/29/13
Still far far from the $800 billion plus that Bush gave to the banks for bail out of unlawful behavior, $35 billion for oil corporation lobbies. Whatever the story here is you right wingers still ignore what your party wastes and who benefits. If billionaires get richer that is fine, if poor people benefit then they are parasites.
Posted by Jay Mcginnis at 8:01AM CDT 04/30/13
This isn't right and left wing any more. The entire system is bought and paid for, and it's up to "We The People" to stop re-electing the same-old-same-old and finally DRAIN THE SWAMP!
Posted by Ric Ohge at 10:05AM CDT 04/30/13
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