Questions About Mills District

Why do so many people believe that the 12th district in Pennsylvania is a Liberal District?

I grew up there, and it is a Blue Collar community. These people all own guns and are avid hunters. Do you believe the 12th district in PA is a Liberal district? If you do I suggest you go visit Johnstown, PA and look at all the abandoned coal mines, and steel mills that closed when Reagan started the whole deregulation mess. that is true Obozo, but the people of the 12th district are by no means Liberals.

To start a New Business . Need your Suggestions?

Hi, This is Mube (S.E Student). I sat in front of my Lap almost 3 hours before. No idea for my New S industry yet. yeah i was planned to start a Manufacturing Factory. First i Planned to start Fish Net producing company. Our town has more than 35 Fish Net companies. And starting thinking of any other concept of last 2 days. So Here i'm to ask your the suggestion about the Manufacturing companies. Please Share your ideas. Location : Nagercoil, Tamil Nadu Resource Based Industries-Suitable for our district 1. Mini Rice mill 1. Straw board 2. Condiment & Spice 3. Clove Oil 4. Chilly, Olio resin 5. Turmeric Oil 6. Acylic Latex 7. Auto Tubes and Flaps 8. Conveyor Belt 9. Cycle Tubes and Tyres 10. Tuti Fruiti 11. Hawai Chappel 12. Industrial Gloves 13. Latex based Adhesive 14. Latex from rubber (Sponge rubber) 15. Rubber Thread 16. Micro cellular sheets 17. Rubber sheets for shoe soles 18. Rubber hoses for Automobile 19. Rubber powder from used tyres 20. Rubber rollers 21. Rubber sheet

What exactly is "agricultural trespass"? Or just another free pass for illegal aliens criminal behavior?

DENVER -- The immigration issue took center stage in the Colorado governor's race after reports that Democratic candidate Bill Ritter approved plea deals allowing legal and illegal aliens to avoid deportation during his tenure as Denver district attorney. From 1998 to 2004, Mr. Ritter oversaw plea bargains in 152 cases that permitted defendants to plead guilty to agricultural trespass instead of more serious charges, including assault, drug trafficking and vehicle theft, that carry a penalty of mandatory deportation, according to court documents. In one case, an attorney for Ernesto Leon Reyes, a resident alien facing deportation after being charged with possession and intention to distribute methamphetamine, said the deal was struck to allow Reyes to remain in the United States. He ultimately received probation. "This plea agreement was reached with the specific purpose of not pleading guilty to an offense that would subject [the defendant] to deportation proceedings,"

"People Skill" Concerns

How can I demonstrate that I'm a good employee, despite my weaknesses, and overcome what's being said about me at my last job? How can I demonstrate/prove that my "people" skills are better than my former supervisors are giving in references? I'm currently in a bind. A huge bind. Prior to moving to a smaller town to be with my fiancee, I spent six years working in a corporate setting as a technical writer, before becoming engaged and then being laid off. The problem is that my former job, reference-wise, has become a lead weight in terms of finding another job after the move. From the outset, it wasn't a good job situation. There were territorial/ownership issues, because the IT department's Help Desk refused to participate in a review process for user manuals, and didn't really have a software development process to follow, so screen changes were often arbitrary. Later, after developing an online help site for a company website with the h

Recharging creative battery in St. Louis

I have decided that this April I want to take a trip to St. Louis, MO. I don’t know anything about St. Louis, which is exactly why I want to go. I don’t know anyone from there, or anyone who has been there. I was wondering if anyone could possibly suggest a good part of St. Louis I could make my temporary home. Posted for a friend: I am an occasional writer, and sometimes I get so caught up in day-to-day stuff that I totally lose my mojo. So, every four years or so, I like to take a 2-week break from everything in my life and go somewhere I have never been, all by myself, just to clear my head and be someplace new… and hopefully to get inspired and do some writing. I like to stay in one place and get a feel for one area of the city. No “sightseeing” per se… I like being in one section or district and act like I live there. I like being in areas that have a lot of “cool” activity, as these areas have the most personality. When I went to Seattle, I spent

Dare for U of K Legends?

County, Kentucky Bickerstaff, Bernie Birth Year : 1944 Bernie Bickerstaff was born in Benham, Kentucky. At the age of 25, he was head coach at the University of San Diego, at the time, Bickerstaff was the youngest college coach in the U.S. He went on to become the youngest assistant coach in NBA history when he joined the Washington Bullets [now Washington Wizards] at the age of 29. From 1985-1990, Bickerstaff was head coach of the Seattle SuperSonics; he was the first African American from Kentucky to be named a head coach in the NBA [the second was Wes Unseld and the third was Dwane Casey]. Bickerstaff was pesident and general manager of the Denver Nuggets from 1990-1997. In 2004, Bickerstaff was named general manager of the NBA team the Charlotte Bobcats, he was the teams first coach and returned as the head coach for the 2006-2007 season. Bikerstaff ranks 33rd on the NBA's winningest coaches list. Bernie Bickerstaff Boulevard in Benham, KY, is named in his honor. For more see W

Should schools start asking for proof of citizenship since the cost of educating illegal aliens is so high?

Over 724 illegal students in one school, look at the cost of these students. How does this not affect the children of citizens at this cost? How can our government explain all this unnecessary money being spent on educating children who are breaking the law along with their families? -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Illegal immigrants burden Portland-area schools By Guest Opinion October 03, 2009, 5:01PM By Richard F. LaMountain In 1982, in its Plyler v. Doe ruling, the U.S. Supreme Court obligated America's public elementary and secondary schools to educate children who are illegal immigrants. Since then, Americans have doled out untold billions to this end. With a new school year recently begun, let's look at what Plyler costs taxpayers in one Portland-area school district: No. 48 in Beaverton. As children from Latin America comprise the great majority of students here illegally, we'll start by examining some national statis

Wish your punishment was this easy?

Why aren't these doctors in prison? Smith, Barlow, M.D., Lic. #F9026, Marble Falls TX On June 29, 2009, the Board and Dr. Smith entered into an agreed order of public reprimand requiring that, within one year, he complete the professional boundaries course offered by the University of California San Diego Physician Assessment and Clinical Education (PACE) program or the Vanderbilt Center for Professional Health and that he pay an administrative penalty of $3,000 within 180 days. The action was based on Dr. Smith’s repeated sexual contact with a psychiatric patient who had a history of being sexually abused, and on his telling his fiancée, who called the patient and insulted her. Mullen, John B., M.D., Lic. #G1123, Mount Pleasant TX On August 21, 2009, the Board and Dr. Mullen entered into a five-year agreed order requiring that he abstain from prohibited substances; that he establish a physician-patient relationship and undergo a complete examination by both a board-certified interna