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Can we really afford this?

We march and demonstrate on different policies and outrages but why, why are we not over-running the state legislature over this transparent attempt to appease the stupid investments and reckless caretaking of Duke Energy. If a foreign country had done the damage to our state that Duke had done, we would be outraged but, now Duke wants us to pay for their sins and make sure they cannot be held liable in the future. OMG

Please look at what we are being made victim to and look at the site below.

https://www.bigfansofwind.com/

AN OPEN LETTER TO THE CHILDREN OF SHIRLEY B. RANDLEMAN, STATE SENATOR OF NC FROM WILKES COUNTY.

I hope your mother never tried to teach you about fair play, justice, and honor because she is clearly not qualified to do so. Anyone who participated in what went on in Raleigh yesterday is a student of greed, immorality, and dishonestly and is no role model for children.

She and all the Republicans who participated in the coup should be ashamed and the state of NC and the citizens of Wilkes should look on those political hacks with disdain.

Where are we headed?

A number of years ago we lived in Rutherford County which was furnished water by Duke Power. This seemed to be a pretty expensive way of getting the thing that is vital to all life as our bill ran in excess of $50.00 each month.

Want To Know What Really Happened In Court About Obamacare and Enjoy It At The Same Time.

Here is the best interpretation and explanation of what happened in the DC and the Richmond Court of Appeals yesterday.

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2014/07/24/jon-stewart-obamacare-chaos_n_5616224.html?ncid=fcbklnkushp...

It is actually pretty entertaining.

Obamacare in NC dealt a huge blow.

Update: Overruled!

A three judge panel with two Republicans and one Democrat hearing the suit just ruled that those states that did not establish a state exchange, 36 in all including NC, are not eligible for premium subsidies for their health insurance. The vote was 2-1 with both Republicans voting to ban the subsidies, those judges were appointed by Bush I and Bush II.

This means that those people who are covered under the Affordable Care Act and are receiving a discounted premium rate will see those subsidies disappear in the future.

The decision will be appealed to the full DC Court of Appeals. Should it be upheld, it would probably take the election of a Democratic governor in 2016 and the approval of a state health exchange in North Carolina for those presently covered and those covered in the future to get their subsidies back.

Solar Energy Spill In New England State Fails To Devastate Economy, Could Come To NC

Houston Oil Conglomerate
Says Oil Spill Could Be
Positive Influence
Houston based oil conglomerate Kinder-Morgan announced that oil pipeline spills can have a negative or a positive effect on a community. The positive aspect of their news release highlighted the jobs that could be generated and the boost to the local economy that could come from such a localized spill.
The lack of impact for a solar pipeline spill was experienced just this week when the nation's largest solar spill occurred in the Boston, MA area and no one noticed the damage incurred by the New England metropolis. It was business as usual for residents and business that is the fifth largest economy in the US.
Spokesmen for the mayor's office did not comment on the lack of damage to the area and had no estimates of the financial impact on local business or travel in and out of one of the largest travel hubs in the country.

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