There seems to be a common tendency to pick one economic system and claim it is the best system, for various reasons. However, there may be no best system at all. 1,488 more words
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Each time we witness an anniversary, it is often laden with celebrations, gifts, merriment, goodies and bounties. It gives us a refreshed feeling, a renewed hope, a rebirth, a season to reflect, ponder and identify latent meanings and messages embedded. 799 more words
Oregon allows state lawmakers to hire their relatives, a practice called nepotism. The word itself has come to imply something shady is afoot, although that’s clearly not always the case. 44 more words
One in four elected Oregon lawmakers pays a family member to be on their staff. The price tag for hiring spouses, children or in-laws is more than $547,000 so far this year, according to state salary data. 34 more words
One out of every four elected state legislators in Oregon has employed a family member at taxpayer expense this year, records show.
The price tag for hiring spouses, children or in-laws is more than $547,000 so far, according to state salary data. 13 more words
It’s only fair to declare before getting into any discussion that I admire Kangana very much for having balls, sorry I meant vagina. She is one of the few actresses who despite being fair-skinned, declined to endorse fairness creams when her dusky-skinned counterparts like Sonam and Priyanka went on to propagate the fair and lovely agenda. 961 more words