One would have thought that missing one of sixteen debates wouldn’t have hurt a contender. Trump proved that it not only could, but did.
I haven’t found it feasible to trust Cruz yet, nor Rubio. And sometimes question Trump’s dedication to the cause. It is going to be a long season, however, and if Trump stays the course, November will come soon enough.
The recent up heave in the stock market has raised the idea, once again, that the economy is not recovering well, if at all.
With those fears peaking around corners and over back fences, I note with reproving interest the following two articles:
– 13 hours ago
Bethany College owes more than $100,000 to the city of Lindsborg. Because of financial issues like that, the school was put on probation over the summer by the Higher Learning Commission.
A bastion of credit and deficit teachings pleading forgiveness. A precursor to the bridge to free education, where every professor and teacher and gardener is a government employee.
– 21 hours ago
WICHITA, Kan– Payday lender Speedy Cash blames the coming slow tax refund season and regulatory challenges for layoffs at its corporate office and U.S.
Now that one really bothers me. The kneecappers business firing people – whoa, the economy is really bad when they can’t loan money at usury rates and keep the business open.
From the reaches,