The Vent for Sunday

What is the matter with voters who would put into the House of Representatives a federal judge who was convicted of bribery?

The kidnapping of the young lady in Clayton County is a perfect example of how our associations affect our children and others around us. Mama has some explaining to do.

Will Fannie Mae/Freddie Mac ever be held accountable for their role in pushing affordable housing that caused the housing bubble?

You’re already paying for others’ healthcare through your taxes and inflated hospital bills.

Politicians play the blame game much better than my children do. I can usually tell which of my children is lying.

The year is 2013, not 1913. It’s time to get rid of old ideas and start making decisions for the future. Do something positive to move this country forward.

The cost of IRS agents handling Obamacare will kill the budget.

Why are there always ethical questions surrounding Nathan Deal?

I have nothing against motorcycles or the people who ride them, but they have made going to the north Georgia mountains too loud and congested to have a pleasant time.

There are 40 million poor people in the US on the day stocks and CEO pay have never been higher. But Congress votes to cut food stamps. I’m no theologian, but I don’t think this is what Jesus would do.

It is not the poor who are breaking this country…it is the rich.

When a full-time minimum wage employee can’t afford basic necessities, it’s time to raise the minimum wage.

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