Six in 10 Americans who have not yet retired believe they will get no Social Security benefits when they retire, more pessimistic than at any time since Gallup began asking this question in 1989. Similarly, retired Americans are now significantly more likely than they were five years ago to believe their existing Social Security benefits will eventually be cut.
According to Columbus policy, a driver has to pay $95 to have a hearing. If the driver does not pay, he or she loses. If he or she pays late, the payment rises to $120 and the driver could wind up at collections.
Three months ago, the city of Gainesville sent letters to the 115 alcohol-serving establishments in the city limits informing owners that so-called ladies night drink specials would, from that point on, be considered a violation of the city’s anti-discrimination ordinance, reports The Gainesville Sun.
Carlos Miller, a Miami journalist who runs the blog “Photography Is Not a Crime,” said he has documented about 10 arrests since he started keeping track in 2007. Miller himself has been arrested twice for photographing the police.
Several people were arrested Sunday shortly after 6 p.m. when a bystander reported people were drinking alcohol and taking off their clothes in Central Square downtown, police said.
Berkeley Lake has outlawed the feeding of wildlife citywide, approving a controversial ordinance that likely is the first of its kind in Georgia. The local law, approved unanimously by the City Council on Thursday night, would impose fines of up to $1,000 for willfully feeding animals, from chipmunks to vultures.
Rasmussen Reports national telephone survey finds that just 23% of voters nationwide believe the federal government today has the consent of the governed. Sixty-two percent (62%) say it does not, and 15% are not sure.
Asked about the comments in a July 5, 2010, CNN interview, Paul talked about what he sees as widespread public disapproval of the war, including its detrimental financial impact on the U.S. “We’re spending $1 trillion a year on our foreign policy,” Paul commented.
It’s something nearly everyone’s been tempted to do at least once. You see someone else’s throwaways on street and think — that would look nice in my place.
‘Jesus saves’ reads the message marked out in tiles on the roof of a farmhouse in the countryside east of Rotterdam. The Dutch Council of State is unequivocal: it has to be removed.