You've visited this forum enough to not be able to claim that you weren't informed. You've got some genuine resources here that could help you navigate those waters if you are inclined to approach them with any sincerity.
I would normally be on board with your input Jeremy, but sure-handed receivers can enable a shorter pass game that will effectively keep the chains moving and help keep a balanced offense for the running attack as well. As much as people are tired of hearing it, if catchable balls were not dropped at the rate that they were over the past two weeks, our offense is much improved.
There is some merit to this. Police can only enforce laws that are on the books. The more laws there are to enforce, the more avenues of prosecution exist. It would be okay if we were talking about criminal activity that affected actual victims. However, the victimless crime has been a staple of deprivation of individual liberties under the guise of "protecting us from ourselves" for over a century now.
I honestly and truly feel bad for you if you are counting on SS being of any value when you intend to collect. It's been at least 3 decades of federal government robbing retirees of their saving through devaluation of the currency. Though currency is still mobile, it isn't so value-realized as actual assets over a few years' time. We're not as far away from a tipping point where realized currency value is deflating faster than consumer confidence can buoy it.
As I understood it, the funds were available, but weren't able to be released due to beaurocratic dispenseries making it unavailable. Either way, I suppose it's better than getting that in place of a paycheck. Stick around CWG, you'll be getting something equally worthless in place of SS when the time comes.
Obamacare is a tax on taxable people for existing. Premiums in the thousands of dollars with $500 deductibles isn't meant to help those in need. It's a means to squeeze more revenue from a public subject to taxation that DC has found fit to exempt itself and its friends from.
I used to to think that college and graduate schools were a symposium for open dialogue and discussion. The reality was a pretty rude wake-up call. As it turns out, professors are people like anyone else that wield their power in whatever ways they are able. Many try to live up to the spirit of advancements in critical thinking. Many simply exist to live in their own echo chambers. Sitting in on a meeting with some professors reminded me of children fighting over "their seat".
And that might be reasonable except driving isn't a Constitutional right put in place for the purpose of keeping federal government in check. Oh... and about emissions control... it seems that its not really about that when you look at what is being enacted now: http://www.myorego.org/about/
Don't forget West Virginia football celebrators along with hockey hooligans. I agree with the earlier poster that people generally protest perceived injustices. If things escalate to a riot, then opportunists come in to take advantage of the chaos. Hence, rioting and protesting are rarely the same thing in America (they definitely have more potential to be the same outside western countries). These two groups often get comingled in the media as being one-in-the-same. The media will never assume responsibility in their role for this deception (you can't convince me that they can't distinguish the two), and the public will never assume responsibility for gobbling up the outrage to boost those bottom lines for that same media. Alinsky would be proud.