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Some of them told me that a second constitutional amendment would not fly at that time. They wanted to keep pushing for a tax through the Legislature. I knew Amendment 66 would fail this year, due to the slow economy and taxing on top of other taxes.
Period. Never, repeat, never was there a qualifier of maybe or if your plan meets the new requirements we, the government, have determined you need, regardless of age or sex. This leads me to believe his staff and department secretaries are either
Atlanta's High Museum of Art is hosting an exhibition about the American West and how perceptions of the land and its people both the natives and the settlers evolved over time...Art of the American Frontier from the Buffalo Bill Center of the West,"
But instead of heading up the street to get my son, I was drawn by the light of the deli case in the window and turned into the parking lot. The case was jammed with stuffed cabbage, kugel and pickled tomatoes...An East Coast baker must have migrated
Benita Eisler & Sanford Schwartz discuss George Catlin Benita Eisler Talks on the Iconic Artist George Catlin, The Man Who Created Our Image of the American West, with Sanford Schwartz . In her new book, The Red Man's Bones , renowned biographer
Art, Movies, Lit, Theater In the past year, the Ozarks Poets and Writers Collective has presented as Featured Writers two short-story writers, three memoirists, two poets, a novelist and two playwrights, plus an eclectic group of writers from
13 September 2013 0 View comments A man who calls himself 'Mule' has been riding through towns and cities in the U.S. for nearly 30 years with three real mules carrying his rather more high-tech possessions...A nomad by choice, Mule apparently bought
36pm Bryan Cranston is studying Lyndon Johnson's strong-arm technique. Photo: Getty Images Here's one to watch: All the Way, a new play about Lyndon Johnson starring three-time Emmy winner Bryan Cranston, is almost sold out in Boston, where it begins
2040 or bust by TomDispatch on September 10, 2013 If you're an oil exec, the world is a rosy place and I'm not talking about the pink haze of heat that's been rising from the burning American West all summer. I'm talking about energy consumption
The huge wildfire scorching one of America's most beloved national parks, Yosemite, has rained ash on San Francisco's water supply and jolted the nation. Experts say this is just a foretaste of major fires to come, in the United States and much of