Shock, horror and disbelief.
Our democracy can withstand a lot of things, but having people's faith shaken in elections is not among them, ... People have to be able to believe - Republican or Democrat, conservative or liberal - that whoever won (an election) really and truly won.
We simply cannot allow countries like China, to continue their illegal, anti-free market trade practices. Their practices are costing us jobs.
Dairy policy isn't partisan, ... As a Republican in the majority, I'd love it to be partisan. It's not. It's geographic, so getting the support for it is much harder.
I had a friend who lost loved ones, and suffered more than anyone can imagine, so I've never spoken about the impact of 9/11 on me, because it seems so trivial.
The time for talking and reviewing and studying is over. I don't want us to wait until it's too late.
We realized if New York City didn't fill the gap, what jurisdiction would? Some day, a creative lawyer and a fighting victim will use it to their benefit. That was the intent.
Instant runoffs encourage candidates to run high-minded races, because they need to simultaneously court voters for their second- and third-choice votes. So instead of seeking a plurality by only working their respective racial, religious or community niches, candidates have to seek votes outside their own particular constituency. That avoids the scenario of a winner who gets elected by a sliver of voters only because the majority was divided among more generally favored candidates.
It's the one thing that's missing.
Contact the credit card company or financial institution and ask them to put a freeze on the account. And alert the bank and the three major credit (reporting agencies).
Members of Congress realized the damage was so severe that provisions had to be made in order for people to rebuild. Not only rebuild their lives, but rebuild their financial data. So, the Internal Revenue Service has provided credits and provisions for individuals to take advantage of.
I'm running for this office for only one reason. For 35 years I've always been a people's lawyer in and out of office, getting things done for consumers and workers. ... It has nothing to do with career and everything to do with my lifelong fight for consumers and workers.
There's an old saying that the only sure things in life are death and taxes. Well, in its never-ending appetite for more of your hard-earned income, the government has not only embraced that old saying, it's taken it a step further. Under the current tax code, Uncle Sam treats death as another chance to raid your savings, taking money that should go to your family and loved ones.
As the leader of the Catholic Church, the Holy Father planted seeds of hope in the hearts of millions, helping bring entire nations to the table of peace, and delivering them from tyranny. His ministry to the poor and oppressed was an example to us all, and inspired legions to pursue a life of faith and service. It is with heavy hearts that we say farewell to Pope John Paul II, our pilgrim of peace.
We're here because unfortunately judges have failed us in some of these cases.
She's usually pretty happy-go-lucky, just friendly and always up. But she's in a different place right now.