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This ~~ tread ~~ is specifically for the purpose of making any single sentence or 1 paragraph statement that is factual
and could be 'helpful' in peoples decision making
*=* Anything from food to foolish *=*

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Jan 14, 2014
 
Bar-be-que Sauce mixed with hamburger meat makes really cool hamburgers.just dont use much.too much used makes them fall apart
yummy

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Jan 14, 2014
 
Crest Pro toothpaste is the best toothpaste for a clean fresh mouth!

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Jan 14, 2014
 
I don't know which is worse the lies he tells us
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what we should know he doesn't tell us
*=* See ACA thread *=*

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Jan 14, 2014
 
Tenderize meat 2 different ways:
Bring to boil and 'simmer' in beer for 12 to 15 minutes
or use 1/2 water-1/2 vinegar(apple cider).
Then grill _ things I do that with; ribs, turtle in electric skillet.
beer used in crockpot makes great roast.

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Jan 14, 2014
 
Spirit67_ wrote:
Crest Pro toothpaste is the best toothpaste for a clean fresh mouth!
'i' can't find that at the $ Store? LOL
and the only thing 'i' buy @ CVS is Canadian Mist!

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Jan 14, 2014
 
Princess Hey wrote:
Bar-be-que Sauce mixed with hamburger meat makes really cool hamburgers.just dont use much.too much used makes them fall apart
yummy
Pirates Gold marinade is the BEST on steaks! I wish someone would grill me a steak.....

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Jan 14, 2014
 
a little beer in chilli while cooking is really awesome too..

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Jan 15, 2014
 
January 13, 2014
A Cry for Justice

Is taking bread from the mouths of those who labor to feed the appetites of able-bodied adults who decline to work your idea of economic justice?

Or of injustice?

A recent Cato Institute study by Michael Tanner and Charles Hughes found that welfare benefits exceed the minimum wage for workers in 35 states. In 15 states, welfare benefits top $31,200 annually equivalent to the $15 an hour minimum wage that SEIU and other unions are promoting for fast-food workers.

In short, at the lowest rungs of the economy, one can make more money not working.

The Washington Post's Charles Lane advances another aspect of economic justice in a recent column suggesting that while some wealth is merited, the bulk of the wealth swirling about in the nation's capital is not earned, but wrested from a system where insider politics meets crony capitalism.

And Lane notes that "too many of our public institutions from Congress to big-city school systems have been captured by rent-seeking interest groups," warning broadly that, "Various societies have grown free and prosperous by many different methods; dividing up existing wealth according to political connections is not one of them."

Yesterday at Townhall, I embraced the idea of economic justice, calling for a healthy dose of it, namely:

Stop making welfare pay better than work;
End government subsidies to cronies, farmers, everyone;
Let people create new businesses by ending licensing laws and regulations that serve only to block needed competition.

That's economic justice.

Not futzing about trying to make us "equal," but making the basic rules equitable.

This is Common Sense. I'm Paul Jacob.

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Hoosier Hillbilly wrote:
January 13, 2014
A Cry for Justice
Is taking bread from the mouths of those who labor to feed the appetites of able-bodied adults who decline to work your idea of economic justice?
Or of injustice?
A recent Cato Institute study by Michael Tanner and Charles Hughes found that welfare benefits exceed the minimum wage for workers in 35 states. In 15 states, welfare benefits top $31,200 annually equivalent to the $15 an hour minimum wage that SEIU and other unions are promoting for fast-food workers.
In short, at the lowest rungs of the economy, one can make more money not working.
The Washington Post's Charles Lane advances another aspect of economic justice in a recent column suggesting that while some wealth is merited, the bulk of the wealth swirling about in the nation's capital is not earned, but wrested from a system where insider politics meets crony capitalism.
And Lane notes that "too many of our public institutions from Congress to big-city school systems have been captured by rent-seeking interest groups," warning broadly that, "Various societies have grown free and prosperous by many different methods; dividing up existing wealth according to political connections is not one of them."
Yesterday at Townhall, I embraced the idea of economic justice, calling for a healthy dose of it, namely:
Stop making welfare pay better than work;
End government subsidies to cronies, farmers, everyone;
Let people create new businesses by ending licensing laws and regulations that serve only to block needed competition.
That's economic justice.
Not futzing about trying to make us "equal," but making the basic rules equitable.
This is Common Sense. I'm Paul Jacob.
Refer to post # 1.

"This ~~ tread ~~ is specifically for the purpose of making any single sentence or 1 paragraph statement that is factual
and could be 'helpful' in peoples decision making
*=* Anything from food to foolish *=* "

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Jan 15, 2014
 
Oil of Olay Ribbons (green bottle) body wash is the best!

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Jan 15, 2014
 
Stool softener should not be applied to the stools next to your counter, it does not work that way.

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Jan 16, 2014
 
The best floss for your teeth is Glide!

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