So why does it, in the eyes of the state, make sense to jeopardize this entire industry for want of $250,000? Numbers don’t lie. Closing the Salisbury Fish Hatchery just does not make sense.
This seems like an odd policy priority for a state that already boasts one of the heaviest tax burdens in the United States, and for a liberal state that is ostensibly looking out for the poor.
Why is it that with all the brain power and tools man has developed to accomplish amazing things, he is unable to admit that what he sees on that ultrasound picture right before him is a dependent human being just beginning life’s journey?
It’s time to learn from Parkland and admit that gun control is the wrong solution to the wrong problem. The sooner we get the correct diagnosis, the sooner we can start using effective policies to prevent very real tragedies.
The total estimated annual price tag is $106 million. This number does not include start-up costs, and is potentially underestimating the ongoing administrative costs, perhaps significantly.
Recovering the Founders’ limited conception of the judicial power is necessary to preserving the integrity of the American people as a self-governing people.
The Trex corporation uses the recycled bags to make high quality decking, fencing and outdoor furniture. This is the free market at work.
Every year more than 1 million individuals across the United States benefit from health care sharing instead of purchasing health insurance. In 2009, Obamacare exempted health care sharing ministries already in existence from the individual mandate requirement.
If we don’t change our tax policies we will not only find that we can’t attract high asset retirees, but we will neither be able to retain our own. And, like New York, we will find ourselves wondering where our revenue has gone.
Amalia Halikias and Josh Bansal entered Yale University in 2011 and 2012 as two liberal young people, but graduated as conservatives and on a mission to teach children traditional values.
As befits this complicated subject, the study discusses offers a wide range of alternative choices for legislators concerned about meeting the state’s GHG emission goals. Here are 12 questions and answers about the study.