What is wrong with this country? People are losing their jobs by the thousands. In turn, they are losing their health insurance, then their cars and finally their homes. 1 in 50 children will experience homelessness.
Former President George W. Bush is writing a book focusing on defining decisions he's made in his personal and political life, a publishing house announced Thursday.
Someone is PAYING Dubya to write a book. On the decisions he made that had brought this country to its knees?
While Chris Tucker received a swift kick in the back side after THREE tours of Iraq?
"I still have the nightmares and wake up and find myself downstairs and I don't know how I got there," Tucker said. "I still see and dream the same things. ... Faces. Kids' faces. People that you have engaged or you have had contact with. ... You see your colleagues blown up. Things like that."
He left the Army with a sour taste. He was sent back for his third tour despite the nightmares, depression, major hearing loss and painful injuries to his back and both feet. Then, the Army decided to give him a medical discharge for his back issues even though Tucker believes he could have recovered with rehabilitation. But he tries not to dwell on his frustration.
Troubled mortgage giant Fannie Mae planned to pay four top executives retention bonuses ranging from $470,000 to $611,000, according to a February SEC filing.
I wish I had something to say that didn't begin and end with FUs and more cursing than it normally seen at a Navy Diver convention. Let's keep it up, America. The rich get richer, the poor get screwed and, soon, who is going to clean house for the rich? Who is going to be waiting tables when they go out to eat? Who are they going to make money off of? There won't be a middle or poor class and there won't be a US of A.