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Archive for July 15th, 2011|Daily archive page
Quote for today… “The future ain’t what it used to be.” - Yogi Berra [NOTE: Here's a flash, Yogi, around here - it may be!]
- How bad can it get? When governments cannot resolve budget issues, when they become fiscally insolvent, here is the least of what happens. (Wall Street Journal)
- Debt Talks Turn Dire - We gotta’ get the politicians out of politics … everywhere!
- They’re b-a-a-a-c-k: Gas prices jump 20 cents overnight! (York Daily Record)
- Getting better … nope! Read this article about another PA business shutting its doors, laying off 159 people and moving to Mexico. (Reading Eagle)
- Meeting outbursts hard to describe – newspaper columnist writes about passion bubbling over at school board meetings in Berks County. (Reading Eagle)
- Yesterday was Bastille Day (that’s the 4th of July for France) – If you’ve ever fantasized about running away and joining the French Foreign Legion, click here to read how to do it.
We had a call from a Columbia news, views & reviews reader who had a few questions about site navigation. After a few minutes, we cleared up the questions, but we thought maybe more explanation may be warranted.
Here’s what we are trying to accomplish and here are some navigation tips.
- Each day our goal is to produce three main stories/articles/posts. One of them will be ”today’s news.” That will contain a link to the day’s weather; a link to what happened on this day in history and a noted person’s quote about a particular topic or issue. The other two posts (sometimes there are more than two) will carry information about items that may be of interest to people who work, play, shop or live in the Columbia area. In any event, the style we have adopted for Columbia news, views & reviews is three main news posts displayed on the home page.
- By clicking on one of the tabs at the top of the home page you will be directed to specific reader comments or community activities or surveys or information about the site. At the bottom of the page, there is a Read the rest of this entry »
POWERS OF THE STATES AND PEOPLE
The powers not delegated to the United States by the Constitution, nor prohibited by it to the States, are reserved to the States respectively, or to the people.
This is a continuation of a series of posts devoted to exploring the enduring foundation of our nation. Click on the document below to go to a comprehensive Website to read the entire Constitution. Each day, we will post the successive Amendments to The Constitution, one each day.