I promised this piece some time ago, and what better day to present this than on Memorial Day?
“The trouble with politics is that not enough people are involved.”
Jim was a quarterback with an impressive record.
He later became a sheriff in Youngstown, Ohio, where he contends that the local mobsters were in collusion with the FBI. Due to his contention, he was indicted, a case he beat.
Found another gem for all of you:
This should absolutely be the last straw for anyone reading the daily tabloids this morning.
This past weekend, Yankees team captain Derek Jeter hit a milestone 3,000 hit, which happened to be a home run. Christian Lopez, seated in the bleachers, caught the historic ball.
Unlike many others, he returned the ball to the team captain. To reward his selflessness, he was then offered seats for the remaining home games and signed team memorabilia.
All well and good, yes?
I am in shock after hearing this from my friend at the IRS. When they take their business trips to Albany, they get anytime vouchers to go on any Amtrak train they wish (at any time). Today there was an article in the Wall Street Journal which said, people have to many times stand on Amtrak instead of sitting.
This can be attributed to our great friends at the IRS. Instead of telling people "Just go on when ever you like". They should set times for people to go on, so the people who pay for seats should get them.
Waiting Game Must End
The Wall Street Cheers