So it turns out Lowe’s is a greedy, sneaky, opportunistic corporation.
Let’s build some ill-will together.
They want their stores revalued in Alabama and elsewhere, to save a gazillion dollars in taxes by arguing – with an implied threat to cut and run – that their stores really aren’t worth beans. They want them valued as if they were empty shells.
And Alabama state and county officials are up in arms, worried about losing $1.5 million every year if the do-it-yourself weasels do it their way. If Lowe’s succeeds at getting these tax breaks, everyone else will try to do the same, they say.
There’ll be no end to the greed.
Why can’t he get his readers to help him fix state budgets by paying more taxes?
The next tape was the tape from the Charlotte PD and because it does not show the man raising a gun and proclaiming, “I, Keith Scott, have a desire to shoot law enforcement, there are many in the media is implying the shoot could still be bad…
CNN Alisyn Camerota calls it “unsatisfying”..
Personally, I'd feel a lot safer if the police didn't shoot people for smoking marijuana.
Sidney Blumenthal advised more high-level officials
Clinton has often defended her relationship to longtime confidante Sidney Blumenthal by referring to his detailed missives — some of which are now at least partially classified — as unsolicited memos from an old friend.
But Jake Sullivan, Clinton’s former deputy chief of staff, told the FBI he also spoke directly with Blumenthal during his tenure.
Sullivan said he spoke by phone with Blumenthal and emailed with him occasionally, even acting as a go-between for Blumenthal and Clinton or other high-level officials.
Blumenthal’s controversial style prompted the Obama White House to ban him from working in the administration. However, Clinton’s private emails exposed the informal position he held within Clinton’s State Department
Sullivan described Blumenthal as someone who “likes to help the cause.”
Jochen Wiest, an Auburn resident who police say is “not affiliated with Auburn University,” was arrested on Sunday on charges of desecration of a venerable object, a Class A misdemeanor in Alabama, which carries a penalty of up to one year in jail and up to a $6,000 fine.
“Wiest was developed as a suspect and immediately taken into custody while still in the area on an unrelated charge of public intoxication,” according to a statement released by Auburn police Sunday afternoon. “Further investigation resulted in Wiest being identified as the individual responsible for setting the fire and a warrant was obtained for his arrest. He was arrested while incarcerated in the Lee County jail on the prior charge and his bond was set at $1000.”
Surveillance footage appears to show a man Auburn police believe to be Wiest, walk up to the oak tree on W. Magnolia Ave. and set fire to some of the toilet paper hanging from it.
Why would you do this?
Is this an endorsement or a list of reasons not to vote for Clinton…
Trump has historically low support among black voters, according to most polls:
Pence — sensing, correctly, that this is a problem — stopped by Henry Jones’ barbershop in Norristown and brought the media along for the ride.
It was supposed to say to black voters, “Hey — we’re thinking about you.” Instead, Jones, the barber, threw a wrench in the governor’s plan when he finished Pence’s cut, looked him dead in the eye and asked: