I always taught my kids that it's OK to break the rules a little bit.
I thought the attack on our Benghazi consulate was the work of some bad guys. Somehow, we're flipping this and making our President and Secretary of State the bad guys. The perps have to be amazed.
Horns are for warning of danger and I react accordingly. Every time someone locks their car, I jump. When my neighbors come home at two in the morning, I have the comfort of knowing they've locked their car.
Mr. GARY KOBET, Why does your god get to make the rules? I'd pick a guy who can write clearly.
I regret, Mr. PAUL BURKE, that you were harassed for exercising your Constitutional right to park free on private property.
Humans have had morality for millennia: Harm no one; help when you can. It's organized religion that has introduced moral relativism. The Reverend Billy Graham says it doesn't matter what you do to or for your fellows humans; only that you accept Christ as your savior. That's moral relativism.
Georgia, Alabama, North Carolina, Tennessee, Louisiana and Mississippi? Does it even occur to you that being too poor to pay taxes isn't freedom?
Obviously, Mr. ENGEL, the best way to reduce taxes is for the government to hire several hundred people to examine properties.
Congratulations, Ms. Leonessa! You bought the entire package.
The USPS is costly to maintain but a venerable institution. The last time I checked, the Pentagon's profit margin was dismal.