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Brevard County: Rants & Raves
Our controlled press For the past two months, a huge billboard was in New York City's Times Square, asking onlookers to "Re-Think 9/11." It was referring to the thousands of architects and engineers who are calling for a new independent investigation into the collapse of the three World Trade Center skyscrapers on 9/11/2001, citing proof for co......
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Indian River County: Rants & raves
Stop paying people to not work Should we be paying people not to work? Politicians avoid that question, but under current law, the unemployed can get up to 99 weeks of benefits capped at $564 per week. This sounds very much like permanent pay from the government. Recipients do not have to get up every morning to go to work. They do not have to p......
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Martin County: Rants & raves
Stop paying people to not work Should we be paying people not to work? Politicians avoid that question, but under current law, the unemployed can get up to 99 weeks of benefits capped at $564 per week. This sounds very much like permanent pay from the government. Recipients do not have to get up every morning to go to work. They do not have to p......
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St. Lucie County: Rants & raves
Stop paying people to not work Should we be paying people not to work? Politicians avoid that question, but under current law, the unemployed can get up to 99 weeks of benefits capped at $564 per week. This sounds very much like permanent pay from the government. Recipients do not have to get up every morning to go to work. They do not have to p......
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Volusia County: Rants & raves
In response to: 'Need New Dining' I would like to applaud the ranter who is asking for a new dining experience in Edgewater. I would also like to tell this person good luck. For more than 10 years, I have been begging the City of Edgewater to encourage some new restaurants and not just pizza places. All of the places this person asked for I wou......
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