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  1. feverjr commented on Dana Summers 1 day ago

    Back in ’72, I went to work in a biolab that contracted with the NIH. The work was tissue culture, providing new cell lines for cancer research. One wing of the lab was set up to harvest cells from abortions. That was during the Nixon administration, hardly “liberal”.

  2. feverjr commented on Randolph Itch, 2 a.m. 1 day ago

    What’s Toles got against Savage Chickens?

  3. feverjr commented on Jeff Danziger 2 days ago

    In South Carolina, the taxpayers just subsidized the Volvo plant to the tune of $200 million. Volvo is now owned by the Geely Auto company of China but it’s OK if a republican does it.

  4. feverjr commented on Randolph Itch, 2 a.m. 2 days ago

    Could have been worse, he might have landed in the orchestra pit.

  5. feverjr commented on Randolph Itch, 2 a.m. 16 days ago

    Volvo.

  6. feverjr commented on Robert Ariail 17 days ago

    That’s the Mont Blanc pen Reagan gave him.

    ……..
    Interestingly, Michael Ledeen was the man that ran the deal to give TOW and anti-aircraft missiles to Iran and is said to be the man behind the yellowcake forgeries.

  7. feverjr commented on Nick Anderson 18 days ago

    Bibi only speaks for Sheldon Adelson, one of the world’s largest casino owners and his largest donor.

  8. feverjr commented on Jeff Danziger 19 days ago

    Adding insult to injury.

  9. feverjr commented on Rob Rogers 22 days ago

    A correction, it’s the Geely Auto company, a Chinese company that owns Volvo since 2010, when they bought it from Ford. The state will subsidize their new plant $200 million for choosing the Palmetto State.

  10. feverjr commented on Rob Rogers 23 days ago

    The removal of the flag in SC is motivated more for profit than anything else. Even offering huge subsidies to companies to establish plants in SC, there are few takers. Yes, Boeing came for the “right to work laws” and the subsidies; gun manufacturers left Newtown to come to the “2nd amendment state” and for the subsidies; Chinese car manufacturer Greeley, is opening a Volvo plant and getting subsidies that bonds will pay for.
    South Carolina’s schools, roads, police and fire departments are hurting. Tax money would be better spent on them than giving it to businesses to overcome the perceived racism the flag represents.