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Why does Seven Days insist on calling a mob a 'Mob' or a "mob"?
According to the interwebs:
a large crowd of people, especially one that is disorderly and intent on causing trouble or violence.
"a mob of protesters"
synonyms: crowd, horde, multitude, rabble, mass, throng, group, gang, gathering, assemblage
"troops dispersed the mob"
crowd around (someone) in an unruly and excitable way in order to admire or attack them.
"he was mobbed by autograph hunters"
synonyms: surround, swarm, besiege, jostle More
I can't think of a more appropriate use of a word, without the ambiguity added by the scare quotes, than the current.
I don't think that bringing a few (or many) millions of extra pork dollars should be the top priority of a senator. He should be throwing his substantial political capital around for major issues and ideas, not just bringing [ed. undoubtedly well-deserved and much appreciated] over-sized cheques to publicity events back home.
Ten years ago I saw him in national media frequently, now he's vanished.
He's held the same office since I was ONE year old, and I am starting to get long in the tooth.I like Pat personally, but I'd rather have someone with enthusiasm than seniority.
What does state and local land use law have to do with any matter of federal law?
“If this project gets approved, in this location, no farmland in Vermont is safe.”? From what I've read maybe "If this project is rejected, in this location, then no property owner in Vermont is safe," would be more accurate.
I absolutely believe that there are community and statewide resources that do need to be considered and minded through inclusive processes. But in our state of 6.15 million acres, to prevent someone from investing in and improving their land because adding 254 homes is not commensurate with the loss of the potential agricultural use of 178 acres is ludicrous.
If there are not homes built here, instead they will be built elsewhere in Vermont on 1,2 or even 10 acre lots on the edges of active farms, causing far more environmental impact than this development will. Heck, think about how much gasoline all these families will save because of the proximity to the interstate! The VPR commentator yesterday spoke truthfully when he talked about the beautiful view from I-89 being sullied - this might go against some people's aesthetic taste, but I do not want his aesthetic taste to dictate land use and property rights in our state.
Real environmentalism is more than a postcard view from the interstate.
this is a school board race: being a communist, anarchist or fascist would have little guidance in the day to day affairs of a local school board.
"Then there are the state governments. The Fox News review finds Gruber and his firm have consulted for, or provided computer modeling to, at least fifteen states. Glenn Kessler, the widely respected Washington Post columnist who writes under the moniker “The Fact Checker,” reported last week that “at least eight states” have hired Gruber to assist with the launching of their health care exchanges – and Kessler added: “It’s safe to say that about $400,000 appears to be the standard rate for gaining access to the Gruber Microsimulation Model.”
Fox News found that Gruber and his firm shared in a $481,050 contract with Michigan, a $400,000 deal with Wisconsin, and a contract with Minnesota worth nearly $330,000. Other contracts included deals with California, Colorado, Connecticut, Delaware, Kansas, Maine, Massachusetts – where Gruber notably worked with then-Gov. Mitt Romney – Oregon, Rhode Island, Vermont, West Virginia and Wyoming."
I can't believe that when Vermont enters into a contract with a consultant/firm that has contracts with 14 additional states there wasn't more question about the capacity of the consultant/firm to put in the effort required. I am considerably more concerned with why the federal government paid for the creation of this magical Gruber MicroSim model but did not require it to be publicly available - allowing Prof Gruber to milk this publicly funded project for many millions more, while still keeping the inner workings away from the eyes of interested public.
when the best 60s of a movie are not entertaining it's tough to imagine that 92m will be
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