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Jason Normanton 2h
If the government promised to spend every single penny on the NHS, Social Welfare, Public Housing and state pensions helping the people who need it the most i would happily pay 20% National Insurance Contributions - This is the only way to solve our current crisis -
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Ingrid Tarjan Jan 19
But Kentucky gets back $2.40 for every dollar paid to the government. Where is that money going? His pocket somehow. He’s the worst! Kentucky is a
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emeliefriisⓋ Jan 19
To get to see a doctor when you need it + the cost being only 100 SEK (11 USD), no extra insurance needed, that is why I think we have a good system...that is not only built for those with money
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Adeel Khosa Jan 16
Replying to @fawadchaudhry
Issue is, When your decisions are contradictory to basic rights of people, courts have the power to null your decisions. Try to make this country . If you want to get no challenge by courts, give free all basic facilities like heath, education etc.....
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Daz Clyde Jan 14
Replying to @FixLARoads
Too expensive for the development our zoning codes force upon them. Suburbs are the real and it's 100% provable with numbers, not feelings.
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Alain Perrotin Jan 14
What is your definition of ? Because mine is as follow : social group consisting of people who are employed for wages. Don’t you work for money? Or you don’t work and still get money from the ?
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Zapruder World 12h
Read articles like this one and more on : Overcoming Barriers to Voluntary Servitude: Positive Thinking and Self-Help, the (Post-Political) Ideology of Workfare
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Deplorables Unum Jan 14
Replying to @LowerMyBills
Why should the government assume risk on underwater mortgages that banks won't touch? With most modern mortgages having the interest paid off in the first years,it's not like the banks are losing. only uneducated investors are
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BibliotecaTNT (CSIC) Jan 16
A Bottom-up picture of intra-national welfare regimes: the case of marginalised communities in Puerto Rico
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Leandro Pongeluppe Jan 16
Nice discussion on the 19th century British "Poor Laws". First attempts towards , or the institutionalization of ?
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Drew Jan 11
Men aren’t in the home. Over 70% of black homes are raised by single mothers. Why? Because
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Keith U Jan 16
"There will be fewer young people to bear the increasingly heavy burden of the ." -Prime Minister of
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Christiana Rose Jan 17
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Jay Bauer Jan 17
No amount of money could help you LIberal trolls yet you still think big government should take care of your every need and want
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Chiangraitimes Jan 17
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The Scoop Site Jan 17
You mean 's "exemplary" model for the US to follow is flawed?? perpetuated by birthing more and more tax-slaves to spend their lives paying the ever-growing debt burden. Literally diabolical.
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Future Nation Jan 12
Replying to @FutureNation7
We need to restore the as a force for good and as a bastion of values. - everyone can grow + prosper.
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Woke The Normies 6h
She also wants to abolish the , which would countermand her other desires.
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Windmill Warrior 13h
Replying to @StefanMolyneux
Productive labor is always a good thing. End the and the will sort it out
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Maven 🇺🇸 15h
Replying to @WCVB
down with Baker!
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